16 songs made it to the knock out stage of the Eurovision NI World Cup 2020. This week they have been pitted against each other in one on one battles, you have voted and the polls have now closed. It is time to reveal the eight songs that have advanced to the Quarter Final round.
You have voted 16 songs from this year’s Eurovision bunch into the knockout stages of the Eurovision NI World Cup 2020. We have already lost some great tracks, but now it’s time to cut 16 down to the top 8 in this the round of 16. The remaining songs will duel it out for a place in the quarter finals round, but it’s up to you to decide who that’ll be. Read out to find out the match ups and to vote!
Montaigne is Australia’s pick for Eurovision in 2020. Her song is called ‘Don’t Break Me’ check out the lyrics below.
Since Monday you have been voting in the fifth group of Eurovision NI’s World Cup 2020! The countries participating in this group are: Sweden, Australia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Israel. Only the top two could make it through to the knockout stages.
It’s time to vote in the fifth group of the Eurovision NI’s World Cup 2020! The countries participating in this group are: Sweden, Australia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Israel. Listen to all the songs below and vote for your favourite in the poll. Only two songs can advance to the next stage.
Eurovision has been hailed by many as being the ‘Gay World Cup’. So what if the format for Eurovision was more like the World Cup? The World Cup happens every four years, but we had so much fun with our Eurovision World Cup feature, that it’s become a staple of our Eurovision diary each year. Previous winners have included Nicky Byrne for Ireland (2016), Imri Ziv for Israel (2017), Saara Aalto for Finland (2018) and KEiiNO for Norway (2019). Who will win in 2020? Here’s how it works!
Get to know the Eurovision 2020 Australian artist better with our 10 Things About…Montaigne!
In the early hours of this morning, Australia presented an all star Eurovision extravaganza. Australia Decides pitted ten acts against each other for the opportunity to represent the nation at Eurovision 2020. It also saw guest performances from 2015 Eurovision winner Mans Zelmerlow, Dami Im (Australia’s best result to date) also took to the stage as well as a special guest spot from exiting EBU Supervisor Jon Ola Sand.
Australia Decides will take place on Saturday on Australia’s Gold Coast. Ahead of the results, we rate and rank the contenders. Read on to find out which are our favourites!
The full line up for Australia Decides was revealed a few weeks ago, but only this week has the full plays of all ten songs been made available to the public. The Contest will take place on Australia’s Gold Coast on the 8 February. Listen to the ten songs here.