A Dal Semi 2 Results!

Hungary A DAL Eurovision 2016

Following the second semi final on Saturday, the line up for the A Dal Final has now been determined. Eight acts will compete but only one winner will be crowned this weekend. Find out who advanced and be sure to vote for your favourite in our A Dal Poll. Continue reading

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Eesti Laul Semi 2 Results!

Estonia Eurovision 2016

Estonia’s Second Semi Final of their Eurovision selection show Eesti Laul, took place on Saturday. It saw another five acts advance to the final on 5th March. Read on to find out who advanced and who was eliminated. Continue reading

UMK: All 9 Finalists Revealed!

Finland Eurovision 2016Finland hosted the third and final heat of their Eurovision Selection show UMK at the weekend and three more songs have progressed to the live final on 27th February. Read on to find out who advanced… Continue reading

Supernova: Final 4 Acts for Latvia!

 

Justs Animata Eurovision Latvia 2016Sunday night saw the semi final of Latvia’s Supernova Selection Show, which will decide who will represent the nation at Eurovision in 2016. Eight acts battled it out, but only four of the songs could advance to this weekend’s final on Sunday. Read on to find out who the final four are! Continue reading

Bosnia Herzegovina Unveil Song ‘Ljubav je’

Bosnia Herzegovina Eurovision 2016

Bosnia Herzegovina were one of the first nations to announce their acts for Eurovision 2016. A full house collaboration will see R&B singer Dalal Midhat-Talakic team up with not only ex boy band singer Fuad Backovic Deen and renowned Croatian cellist Ana Rucner but also hip hop and rap star Jala. Earlier this week it was announced that the song they would sing in Stockholm 2016 would be called ‘Ljubav je’ (or ‘Love Is’ in English). Continue reading

Nina Kraljić Confirmed for Croatia

 

Nina Krajlic Croatia 2016 Eurovision
It has been widely reported for weeks now in the Croatian media that Croatia would likely most likely select Nina Kraljić as their entry for 2016. It came as no surprise then that Kraljić, winner of Season One of the Croatian version of The Voice (Najljepši glas Hrvatske), was announced earlier today as the Croatian pick.

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