Hungary have competed in Eurovision 13 times since their first appearance in 1994 (with a break from 1999-2004 and also in 2006 and 2010). Their 1994 début entry still marks their best result with the song ‘Kinek mondjam el vétkeimet? finishing fourth for Friderika Bayer. More recently Hungary achieved a top five finish in 2014 when András Kállay-Saunders represented them with ‘Running’. Kallay Saunders is back to compete in A Dal 2016. So let’s take a look at the selction process in 2016!
Tonight saw the results of the first Eurovision Semi Finals and we now know which ten acts of the sixteen from the first live show will join the big five, Australia and hosts Austria in Saturday’s Final. Read on to find out who made it through.
It’s time for another battle of the ball gowns! Wardrobe wars continues with another two acts battling it out to be picked as the best dressed. So who do you prefer out of Greece’s Maria-Elena and Hungary’s Boggie? Boggie has opted for a maroon dress with matching maroon belt, whereas Maria-Elena has gone for a sparkly silver number. Read on to see both outfits and vote for your favourite in our poll.Continue reading
Today the acts from Serbia, Hungary, Belarus, Russia, Denmark, Albania, Romania and Georgia all got the chance to have their first practice run through on the Eurovision stage. Wiener Stadhalle in the Austrian capital has been totally transformed for the Contest and you can get a little sneak preview of some of the acts by reading on.Continue reading
…and the award for bad grammar in a Eurovision song title 2015 goes to…Hungary! Yes, let’s get this out of the way first and foremost. Surely there should be an apostrophe in the ‘Wars’ in the title of the song? Surely it means war is for nothing? Or even if it is wars plural then it should be ‘Wars are for nothing’? I don’t know.Continue reading
This week really has been hectic with 5 national selections having been made last weekend. Not only that but other countries who had picked their finalists also revealed their songs, Melodifestivalen staged its fourth and final heat and the rumour mill has been working over time since the UK and Australia announced their national selection reveal dates. As always we are here to keep you up to date so below are the 15 most important things that happened this week.Continue reading
Hungary’s A DAL competition concluded tonight with Boggie coming out on top as the Hungarian choice for Eurovision 2015 with their song ‘Wars for Nothing’. The female singer’s anti-war song beat boy band Spoon’s ‘Keep Marching On’ in the final two.Continue reading