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Russia: Dima Bilan hints at wanting a third try at Eurovision

Russia’s sole victor in the Eurovision Song Contest, Dima Bilan, has hinted that he would be interested in returning for a third time to the contest if the selection of the Russian candidate was opened back up to the public. The Russian representative for Eurovision has been selected internally each year since 2013, with Channel One and VGTRK rotating the …

Russia: Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak release official Junior Eurovision 2019 video for “A Time for Us”

Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak, Russia’s representatives at Junior Eurovision 2019 in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland, have gone post apocalyptic in the official video for their entry “A Time for Us.” In a revamped version of their national selection winning song, which you may recall won in a landslide and contains in Kyzyl native Oorzhak one of the more distinctive vocal performances …

Russia: Tatyana Mezhentseva and Oorzhak Denberel to perform “A Time for Us” at Junior Eurovision 2019!

Carousel TV announced that Tatyana Mezhentseva and Oorzhak Denberel have handily won the Russian national selection final, and that they will go on to Gliwice, Poland, to perform “A Time for Us” at Junior Eurovision 2019. 12-year-old Denberel, from Kyzyl in the Far Eastern Russian republic of Tuva, will join 9-year-old Mezhentseva on November 24, 2019 after their crushing lead …

Russia: Mikhail Noginskiy is YOUR favourite for Junior Eurovision 2019!

Yesterday our team reviewed all eleven of the entries fighting for Russia’s ticket to Junior Eurovision 2019 in Gliwice, Poland. We asked #YOU to tell us your favourite, and unlike Belarus, where #YOU and our editorial team both went for Mariya Yermakova, #YOU overwhelmingly went a different direction with Russia. Our editorial team had a slight preference overall for Ksenia Kushner’s “Girls don’t cry,” with …

Russia: Our reviews of the eleven Junior Eurovision 2019 national finalists

[AdSense-B] All opinions expressed in this article are those of the person quoted and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the other team members or ESC United as a whole. The Russian national selection final will kick off tomorrow at 8 p.m. Moscow time, as nine young hopefuls, one duet and one group converge on the Vegas City Hall …

Final Junior Eurovision 2019 Lineup Announced by EBU!

[AdSense-B] With Polish public broadcaster Telewizja Polska (TVP) formally, though expectedly, inviting Kazakhstan, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has finalized and announced the nineteen countries that will participate at Junior Eurovision 2019 in Gliwice, Poland on Sunday, November 24, 2019. EBU’s Executive Supervisor of Eurovision Jon Ola Sand said in a statement, “We are delighted to welcome talented young performers …

TONIGHT: Eurovision Song Contest 2019

[AdSense-B] From the end of the contest in Lisbon last year and the build up to Tel Aviv’s selection as a host city, from the first submissions back in September, the first selection in December, all the way through the cold winter months with hundreds of potential entries and on through the preview parties and endless media events, the time …

Tel Aviv Today (Day 14)

[AdSense-B] It seems like we just started with the first rehearsals yesterday, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Today is already the 14th day of Eurovision in Tel Aviv. The Grand Final is tomorrow and on Sunday we will all have to look for something to fill that big void. But what happened today actually? Firstly, after midnight …

Who do #YOU think will win the Eurovision Song Contest 2019? (Poll)

[AdSense-B] Following two nail-biting semi-finals and, according to Jon Ola Sand, some incredibly close results, we finally have our 26 runners and riders in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest final. The twenty deserving qualifiers from the semi-finals join Israel and the Big 5 in tomorrow’s big show, but of course only one can win. And that’s where #YOU come in! …

Here are the Ten Qualifiers from Semi-Final 2! (Updated with Grand Final draw)

[AdSense-B] The votes are in, Eurovision Executive Supervisor Jon Ola Sand has given his blessing and signed off, and we have our ten qualifiers from Semi-Final 2 for the Grand Final on Saturday, May 18, 2019. They are, in order of announcement: North Macedonia: Tamara Todevska – “Proud” The Netherlands: Duncan Laurence – “Arcade” Albania: Jonida Maliqi – “Ktheju Tokes” …

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