Singer Saara Aalto, who finished second in the Finnish Eurovision selection show UMK last year, has progressed to the Boot Camp stage of X-Factor UK following her performance of Sia’s ‘Chandelier’ in Sunday night’s show.
Which city will host the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest? This is a question Eurovision fans have been asking since Jamala won the 2016 Contest in May. The EBU and Ukrainian national broadcaster NTU have been working together and have shortlisted three possibilities down from the long list of six. Still in contention is Kiev, Odessa and Dnipro. However they haven’t got much further than that.
Armenian broadcaster AMPTV announced today its plans for their Eurovision selection procedure for 2017. Instead of internal selection, which has been the case for their past four attempts, a national contest titled ‘Depi Evratesil’ will determine which singer will perform for the nation in Ukraine in 2017.