Many Eurovision fans will know that the 2009 champ Alexander Rybak has returned to the Contest in 2018 with his song ‘That’s How You Write a Song’. However, those who don’t follow the Norwegian singer on social media may not realise that he has been posting videos of him accompanying many of this year’s songs with his own additional violin pieces.
Alexander Rybak returns to Eurovision for Norway in 2018. Check out the lyrics to his song ‘That’s How You Write a Song’ here!
Alexander Rybak returns to Eurovision for Norway in 2018. Find out more about the singer with 10 Things About…Alexander Rybak!
Lindita Halimi will represent Albania at Eurovision 2017, following her victory at the national selection show Festivali i Kenges. Find out more about the artist!
For the past three nights, 24 hopefuls have been battling it out to be named the Albanian Eurovision entrant for 2017 in 55th edition of Festivali i Kenges (FiK55). Following the two semi finals, 14 acts made it through to tonight’s final and we can now reveal that the winning song was ‘Bote’ performed by Lindita Halimi.
The fourteen remaining acts will battle it out in tonight’s Festivali i Kenges (FiK55) in the bid to be named Albania’s 2017 Eurovision Act. You have been voting since the finalists were announced last night and it’s Flaka Krelani that you want to win the contest with her song ‘Osiris’. Read on for full results.
Over the past two nights, the Albanian national selection show Festivali i Këngës (or FiK55) kicked off with its two semi final rounds. 24 acts competed over the two semi finals and we can now reveal the results of which acts made it through to tomorrow night’s final.
The 24 songs that will compete in the Albanian national selection final in December have been announced by broadcaster RTSH. Festivali i Këngës (or FiK55) will be contested over two semi finals to be held on 21st and 22nd December with 14 songs qualifying to compete in the final on 23rd December.
Over the past week and a half we have been gradually unveiling our top 100 songs from the last ten years of Eurovision (2007-2016). Now that all has been revealed, here is the full countdown from number 100 to number one!