Slovenian broadcaster RTVSLO has today revealed the running order and the songs titles for the artists competing in their Eurovision 2017 selection show EMA. Find out who is in which semi final.
Serbian broadcaster RTS have announced today that they will choose their 2017 Eurovision participant and song via an internal selection process.
Latvian broadcaster LTV announced in a press conference last week which acts and artists will compete in the 2017 edition of Supernova, this week they have allocated which of these artists will compete in the two heats. Read on to find out.
Iceland’s Songvakeppnin 2017 will kick off in a few weeks and today the broadcaster RUV revealed which acts will compete in each of the two semi finals and the running order for each show. Check it out!
In a shock move earlier this week, Israeli broadcaster shortlisted eight acts from the qualifiers from the audition round of Israel’s Rising Star, in an untelevised round of its Eurovision selection show. Advancing to the quarter final round were Diana Golbi, Imri Ziv, Ta-La- Te,Hally (Hallelujah) Lewis, Sapir Nahon, The Beatbox Element,Yona Shavin and Julieta. Tonight and last night saw the show return to TV screens with two quarter final shows. Read on to find out who has advanced to the semi final rounds on 6th and 7th February.
Four of the artists for Eurovision 2017 have taken a step closer to unveiling their song for this year’s contest this week.
Some of our favourite Eurovision stars from recent years have all dropped new singles this week. This include Russia’s 2008 winner Dima Bilan who returns with song ‘Monsters in Your Head’, 2013 Swedish singer Robin Stjenberg who has released ‘Feed On My Love’, Poland’s Cleo is back with ‘Echo’ and Macedonia two time representative Kaliopi releases new single ‘Rodjendan’. As well as that we have new songs from Joe and Jake (United Kingdom, 2016), Greta Salome, (Iceland, 2016) and Donny Montell (Lithuania, 2012 and 2016).
Eurovision 2017 has picked up pace this week. Not only have participating countries been announcing their acts, songs and selection shows been taking place, we got the official hand over of host city from Stochkolm to Kiev, the semi final allocation draw, but that’s not all.
On 20th January, Georgia held their national selection final for Eurovision 2017. 25 acts competed but it was Tako Gachechiladze who was crowned the winner. We take a look at her career in our feature: 10 Things About…Tako Gachechiladze!
Earlier today Stockholm handed over hosting duties to Kiev and in the ceremony the broadcaster NTU also announced which countries would perform in each of the two semi finals. And which of the big five and host countries would vote in each of the semi finals. Find out where your country will perform below.