Ireland are gearing up to choose between the five acts vying to be chosen as the Eurovision representative for 2015’s contest on Friday night. Ahead of the Late Late Show Special on RTE we take a look at each act, giving our verdict and let you know what you can expect.
Lithuania will hold their Eurovizijos final on Saturday 21st February. The national selection process is interesting in that they have already chosen their song, placing primary focus on this. While finding the right artist to perform the song is equally important, this has become a secondary focus. Last week Lithuania opted for song ‘This Time’ as their Eurovision pick and this weekend will see them choose between three singers Mia, Monika Linkyte and Vaidas Baumila. Ahead of the final we take a closer look at the participants.
Latvia will hold the final of their Supernova competition on Sunday 22nd February which will see them choose their Eurovision entry for 2015 from four competing acts. The competition is quite tough and any one of the four acts could go on to be very successful in this year’s Eurovision. We take a closer look at each entry and let you know what you can expect.
Iceland will choose their Eurovision entry from a pool of seven acts tonight in their live final show. Ahead of that we take a look at what you can expect to see from the acts.
This song is dark and spooky with the echoey electronic keyboards sounding a bit like white noise from a haunting horror movie. Add to this the use of smoke machines, women dancing around the singer dressed all in white, then you can see that Sunday are really on to a winner with
Tomorrow night (Saturday 7th February) 10 acts will battle it out in the final of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix in an effort to become the Danish Eurovision entry for 2015. But what can you expect from the live show?
First of all expect lots of great entries. Scandinavia do pop like nowhere else and Denmark is no exception with catchy choruses, dance floor beats and top notch dance routines. Expect a rehash of previous Eurovision
We take a look at what you have to look forward to ahead of Cyprus’ national selection final on Sunday night (1st February). In a selection process akin to Sweden’s Melodifestivalen, Cyprus have aired their show ‘Eurovision Song Project’ since the beginning of December to choose an act for Vienna. The judging panel is full of Cypriot Eurovision royalty including their 2013 entry Despina Olympiou, their 1991 entry Elena Patroklou, and double time representative in both 1995 and 2000 Alex Panagi and some other guy called Tagos Tryfonos. Nope I didn’t recognise any of their names either. The six finalists