Bulgaria have taken one step closer to unveiling their Eurovision 2017 act and song. This week Bulgarian national broadcaster BNT announced that they had shortlisted six projects for Eurovision 2017.
Last night Serbia presented their Eurovision Song Contest song for 2016. 22 year old Sanja Vucic and band ZAA will sing ‘Goodbye (Shelter)’ in their bid to qualify for the final from Semi Final 2 on the 12th May in Stockholm. Have a listen to their song below and let us know your thoughts.
Romania hosted the final of Selecția Națională 2016 earlier this evening and have chosen Ovidiu Anton as their Eurovision participant. He will sing his song ‘Moment of Silence’ accompanied by what look like Game of Thrones extras, complete with sword dancing and overused smoke machines.
In a change to the typical internal selection, Poland announced that the Polish public will choose their act and song for 2016 in a national selection show called Vox Populi. This competition featured nine acts and was staged last night- the winning entry being Michal Szpak’s ‘Colour of Your Life’.
The Netherlands were one of the first countries to announce their act for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. It was chosen by an internal selection process which saw folk-country singer-song writer Douwe Bob as their pick. Since then we have been awaiting an announcement regarding the song. Today that wait ended when the video for Eurovision 2016 song ‘Slow Down’ was released.
The Moldovan national selection came to an close with the final of O Melodie Pentru Europa tonight. The winner of the contest was Lidia Isac who won with her song ‘Falling Stars’.
Eurovision fans will be spoilt for choice tonight with seven Eurovision selection shows to chose from. Among these shows are three of the Scandinavian nations with Finland and Norway both hosting the final of their national selections and Sweden who will deliver the fourth of their Melodifestivalen shows. All of these shows will kick off at 20:00 CET tonight, but before they do, we reveal who has topped each of the nation’s polls.
Moldova’s selection final kicked off minutes ago, but while all 16 finalist perform their songs, we had asked you to choose your favourite. The poll has now closed and Lidia Isac has come out on top with ‘Falling Stars’.
Finland 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…
Latvia staged their second heat of Supernova on Sunday night and four more acts advanced to the semi final stage. Read on to see the results and if your favourite made it through…