Saara Aalto showcased her new album ‘Wild Wild Wonderland’ in Belfast’s Oh Yeah Centre tonight in an intimate show jam packed with hits.
Fresh off the back of her Eurovision appearance in May 2018, Saara Aalto has released new album ‘Wild Wild Wonderland’. The album features the three tracks that were under consideration for Finland’s 2018 Eurovision bid; ‘Queens’, ‘Domino’ and the song that was selected ‘Monsters’. Saara has been busy promoting the new album, touring it extensively throughout Europe in the past few months. Now she is set to bring the tour to our fair shores, when she comes to Belfast’s Oh Yeah Centre on 10 October.
Saara Aalto was one of the first Eurovision participants announced for 2018, when Finland chose her to represent the country in late 2017. She will perform three songs in the Finnish national final on 3 March for consideration for Eurovision 2018. Before tomorrow night’s big decision, we reveal the results of our poll!
Saara Aalto was one of the first Eurovision participants announced for 2018, when Finland chose her to represent the country in late 2017. She will perform three songs in the Finnish national final on 3 March for consideration for Eurovision 2018. Check the songs out below and vote for your favourite in our poll!
Belgian Eurovision 2016 entrant Laura Tesoro has revealed the video for her song ‘What’s The Pressure?’. Belgium will perform during second semi final on 12th May in Stockholm. Read on to watch the video.
The Belgian national selection process Eurosong 2016 came to its conclusion tonight when Laura Tesoro was crowned its winner. Laura will go on to represent the nation in Stockholm in May with the song ‘What’s the Pressure?’.
Belgium don’t have the best track record at Eurovision. They have come last eight times, failed to qualify from the semi finals a further eight times and have received nul points on two occasions (1962 and 1965). Their best result was their only win which was for Sandra Kim in 1986 with her song ‘J’aime La Vie’. Last year saw a change in fortune for Belgium when they chose Loic Nottet as their entry. The ‘Rhythm Inside’ singer gave them their best result in 12 years with a top five finish and the most points that a Belgian entry has ever scored (217). In 2016, they will want to emulate this success, so let’s take a look at their national selection process and the acts who hope to follow in his footsteps.