Two weeks ago Estonian national broadcaster ERR announced the 24 acts that will compete in this year’s Eesti Laul, the show that decides the nation’s Eurovision act for 2020. Today they went one further and released all of the competing songs. Check them out!
The Israeli singing competition Israel’s Rising Star has aired four episodes to date sending 18 acts through to the next round. The show will once again serve as Israel’s process for choosing its singer for Eurovision in 2020. The show now in its seventh edition has proven popular and even resulted in a win for the nation with Netta in 2018.
The first of September begins a new Eurovision season and we at Eurovision NI want to keep you updated on all the latest goings on. We’ve created a new table for the 2020 Contest that will let you know which countries will participate, information on the selection process, the artists and their songs. This page will be updated on a regular basis, but this is what we know so far!
Eurovision 2020 is beginning to shape up nicely. We now have four of the 41 acts announced, we know that Ahoy! in Rotterdam will be the host venue, we’ve got the dates, the slogan is ‘Open Up’ and today we got the official Eurovision 2020 artwork.
Cyprus have become the fourth country to choose their act for Eurovision 2020. Broadcaster CyBC confirmed the rumours today that the Voice of Germany singer Alessandro Rütten aka Sandro will represent them in Rotterdam in May.
Melfest is one of the most highly anticipated competitions of the Eurovision selection season. Today the Swedish broadcaster SVT announced the 28 artists and song titles for the 2020 contest.
Bulgaria are back at Eurovision after a year’s absence in 2019. They have wasted no time and become the third country to reveal their artist for the 2020 Contest. Earlier this morning the broadcaster BNT made the announcement that Victoria Georgieva will represent them in Rotterdam.
It’s the fourth week of Eurovision NI’s Song of 2019. This week’s tracks include new efforts from 2014 Eurovision winner Conchita, Noewegian super group KEiiNO, Australian Jessica Mauboy, Icelandic group Hatari and two time Russian representative Sergey Lazarev. Check out all sixteen songs below and vote for your five favourites in the poll. The vote will close at midnight on Saturday and results revealed on Sunday.
Share the joy! Junior Eurovision 2019 got underway live from Poland’s Gliwice Arena this afternoon. The action packed show was hosted by Ida Nowakowska, Aleksander Sikora and last year’s winner Roksana Węgiel and saw nineteen countries take part. Viki Gabor was crowned the winner, marking the Poland’s win for the second year in a row. Her song ‘Superheroes’ proved popular with online voters helping propel her to the top of the leaderboard with 278 points.
This week saw the third group in our annual competition to find the top 40 songs from former Eurovision stars in 2019. This set of 16 contenders were posted on Monday and you have been voting for your favourites. It’s now time to reveal the results and announce which five songs have made it through to the final 40.