Serbia have revealed the official video for their Eurovision 2015 entry ‘Beauty Never Lies’. The Serbian entrant Bojana Stamenov can be seen singing in the studio while several of her fans were given the chance to appear in the video singing along to the song. Watch the video below and share your thoughts with us.
Rumours of who Azerbaijan would pick had been bubbling over for weeks and one of the names that was on many peoples’ tongues was Elnur. Fans weren’t disappointed then when the male singer was chosen on Sunday night to fly the Azerbaijani flag in Austria with his song ‘Hour of the Wolf’. Listen to the song below and let us know what your thoughts are.
Iceland have revealed the official video for their 2015 entry ‘Unbroken’. The video sees singer Maria Olafs belt out her power ballad accompanied by very interesting use of lighting to reflects the song’s lyrics of ‘stepping out of the darkness and into the light forever’.
The video also sees the inclusion of the two ballet dancers from her live performance flouncing out of nowhere and dancing in time to Olafs’ vocals.
Check out the video below and let us know your thoughts
Details of the 2015 Eurovision album have been released today by the official Eurovision Online Shop. Fans can buy the physical copy or download the entire catalogue of this year’s 40 entries from 20th April. Fans can pre-order their copies now and can buy the album on the official Eurovision Fan Shop here: http://shop.eurovision.tv/
One of the interval acts for the live finals was also announced this week. Internationally renowned percussionist Martin Grubinger will take the stage during the interval act for the live final on the 23rd May in Vienna.
Armenia who have chosen Armenian diaspora super group Genealogy and song ‘Don’t Deny’, decided that a last minute name change was needed for their song and it will now be known as
While we learnt a few weeks ago that it would be Guy Sebastian representing Australia in their first ever Eurovision Song Contest, we were all wondering what song he would choose. Rumours were rife that he was going to opt for a song from his current album ever since Sebastian said that it fell within the EBU deadline at the Australian reveal press conference. This week however we found out that he would choose an entirely new song called ‘Tonight Again’ Which you can listen to below
Have you had your finger off the pulse of all things Eurovision this week? Never fear we are here to keep you up to date with 15 things that you may have missed. Read on to find out what happened this week in Eurovision-land!
The first week of our poll to determine the Top 10 Eurovision Songs ever has come to an end and saw Russia’s Dima Bilan and his song ‘Believe’ become the first casualty. This week we are upping the stakes and we will eliminate another two songs, the two that finish bottom of the poll this week- finishing in eighth and ninth place. Make sure your favourite act doesn’t get eliminated by voting for them in the poll below which will close on Friday 27th March. Remember you can vote for up to three songs.
The voting has now closed on our Eurovision Top 10 poll and while Conchita Wurst tops the poll with a healthy 70% of the vote, it is Dima Bilan’s Believe who finished bottom and will be the first song to be eliminated from our top 10. The full results are below