Laura Groeseneken was the first of the artists to be announced for Eurovision 2018. She will sing for Belgium in Lisbon in May, but here are some interesting facts about the singer.
Latvia’s pick for Eurovision 2017 is Triana Park. They will perform song ‘Line’ at the Contest in May. Get to know the band a little better with our feature 10 Things About…Triana Park!
Norma John will represent Finland at Eurovision 2017. Find out more about the duo, with our 10 Things About…Norma John feature!
Koit Toome and Laura have teamed up to represent Estonia at Eurovision 2017. They are both no strangers to Eurovision having both represented Estonia in the past. They will sing the song ‘Verona’ in Kiev in May, but we get to know them better with our feature ’10 Things About…Koit Toome and Laura!’
Fusedmarc is Lithuania’s pick for Eurovision 2017. The band will perform ‘Rain of Revoultion’ in Kiev. Get to know more about the group with our feature article 10 Things About…Fusedmarc!
Ukraine will defend their Eurovision title in 2017 when O. Torvald will represent the nation with the song ‘Time’. We get better acquainted with the band with our feature article 10 Things About…O. Torvald!
Salvador Sobral won the Portuguese national selection show ‘Festival da Cancao’ in March 2017 and will represent Portugal at Eurovision 2017 in May. We delve deeper into the singer’s history in the music industry with 10 Things About…Salvador Sobral!
Ilinca and Alex Florea will represent Romania at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest where the duo will sing the song ‘Yodel It!’ In Kiev in May. Get to know the pair better with our feature article 10 Things About…Ilinca ft Alex Florea!
Norway chose JOWST and vocalist Aleksander Walmann as their Eurovision 2017 representative when they won Melodi Grand Prix earlier this month. The duo will perform the song ‘Grab the Moment’ in Kiev but ahead of that we find out a little bit more about them with 10 Things About…JOWST and Aleksander Walmann!