Eurovision Goes Global as Australia Selected to Compete


It was announced today that the EBU have accepted a proposal which will allow Australia to take part as contestants in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest for the first time which marks the 60th anniversary of the competition. The decision is an historic one and could set a precedent for other guest nations not in Europe to compete at future events.  

15 Things We Learned This Week

15 things we learned this week, News

anti social media1. Denmark became the tenth country to choose their song for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Anti Social Media won the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix on Saturday with their song ‘The Way You Are’ after receiving the highest combined votes of jury and public.

2. Runner up Anne Gadegaard wasn’t pleased with the results as she had received the highest amount of votes from the public. The ‘Suitcase’ singer took to social media to complain about the jury decision saying that it should have been her that was selected to represent Denmark.

3. The 60th Anniversary concert organised by the BBC was confirmed this week.

Poll: Who Should Iceland Choose?


iceland2After two semi finals held over the last fortnight, Iceland have their final six acts who qualified from the semi finals plus one wildcard act chosen by the jury judges competing to be their Eurovision entry for 2015. The live final will take place on Saturday 14th February but until then why not have a listen to each of the contenders below and let us know your favourite by voting in our poll?