Over the past few weeks the official Eurovision Website has been teasing us with some preview images of the postcards for this year’s contest. Today they released images of postcards for Sweden, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, France and Israel. Check the photos out here…:
Ireland’s representative, Molly Sterling, took to social media to show her support for Equal Marriage. Ireland are set to vote on a referendum on May 22nd (the day before the Eurovision Final) which will, if it passes, will legalise same sex marriage in Ireland.
On 9th April the 17 year old ‘Playing With Numbers’ singer announced her support for Gay Marriage on her Facebook page saying that:
Last week saw the results of the first top 40 2015 Eurovision Songs with Slovenia’s Maraaya coming out on top. This week, you have been voting again and this time Russia’s Polina Gagarina with ‘A Million Voices’ proved most popular with our voters. For the full list of the top 40 for week two read on and remember to vote for your favourites again this week in the poll below…
A distorted drum beat opens Switzerland’s entry for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest for Melanie Renee’s ‘Time to Shine’. The song goes from strength to strength as the chorus kicks in and the Renee’s strong vocals belt out powerful lyrics ‘I’m living my dreams/Never been so alive/The sky’s the limit/Now I know I can fly.’