10 Things About…Kate Miller Heidke!

Kate Miller Heidke is the Aussie pick for 2019. Check out 10 Things About…Kate Miller Heidke!

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Ranking: Australia’s Australia Decides 2019 Contenders!

Australia will decide the winner of their first ever Eurovision selection show: Australia Decides on 9 February. But before we find out who will represent them at Eurovision 2019, we take a look at all the songs in the running and rate and rank them in order of least favourites to faves. Read on to find out what we thought!

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Australia Decides Line Up Finalised!

With just three weeks to go until Australia hosts its first ever national selection final, broadcaster SBS has now revealed the entire line up for the Australia Decides show which will take place on the Gold Coast on 9 February. We already had seven of the competing artists, but now the full line up of ten has been unveiled.
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Some of the Australia Decides Acts Debut Songs!

As Australia gear up to host their first ever national selection show on 9 February, some of the competing artists have debuted the songs that they will be competing with at Australia Decides! We already were treated to a preview of Courtney Act’s song ‘Fight for Love’ but we can also now add Electric Fields’ ‘2000 and Whatever’, Leea Nanos’ ‘Set Me Free’ and Mark Vincent’s ‘This Is Not the End’ to our playlists! Read on to check out the songs!
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Courtney Act Joins Line Up for Australia Decides!

In 2019 Australia will host their first ever Eurovision selection show and it seems they’re pulling out all the stops. Earlier this month broadcaster SBS announced the first four of acts that would take part in their live show in the Gold Coast in February. This included Kate Miller-Heidke, Sheppard, Mark Vincent and Electric Fields. As promised, more acts have been added to the roster and today we got another three joining the contest. Continue reading

Review: Australia- Guy Sebastian ‘Tonight Again’

Eurovision Guy Sebastian Australia

This year marked an historic decision from the EBU to allow Australia compete in Eurovision Song Contest in a one off to commemorate 60 years of the competition and to reward the continued support from Australia’s dedicated fan base. Rumours quickly circulated as to which act would be chosen to represent Australia and names being touted included Kylie Minogue, Dannii Minogue, Holly Valance, drag queen Courtney Act, Savage Garden frontman Darren Hayes and 2014 semi final interval act Jessica Mauboy. In the end it was announced that the first ever winner of Australian Idol, Guy Sebastian would be Australia’s pick and ‘Tonight Again’ would be the song of choice. Read on to find out what we make of the song.

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