An early Christmas present has come in the form of the announcement that the first wave of Eurovision 2020 tickets will go on sale from 12:00 CET on 12 December 2019.
On the eve of the first semi final, we take a look at the bookies odds for the winner of the 2019 Contest.
The Eurovision NI World Cup 2019 came to an end this afternoon when the poll for the final closed. The final saw Mahmood from Italy take on KEiiNO from Norway. But who was the winner?
The Eurovision NI World Cup 2019 will come to an end on Sunday when the poll for the final will close and the either Mahmood from Italy or KEiiNO from Norway will be named the winner.
To Tel Aviv! After much back and forth, speculation and rumour, the announcement that Tel Aviv will be the host nation for Eurovision 2019 was made official today. The LGBT-friendly, liberal, coastal metropolis had been in direct competition with the Israeli capital and two time Eurovision hosts Jerusalem.
Six nations automatically qualify for the Eurovision final. This is the host nation Portugal and the so-called ‘Big Five’ nations; France, Spain, Germany, Italy and United Kingdom. Portugal, as hosts got to choose the slot they would perform in at the final and last month chose number 8 spot. Today the Big Five took part in the draw to find out which half of the final they would compete in.
The Eurovision NI World Cup 2018 has reached its final. 43 countries began the journey a few weeks ago, but after the group stage, the round of 16, the quarter finals and the semi finals we have our two finalists!
Ahead of tonight’s live Eurovision Grand Final, I reveal my predictions for the finishing positions. Some of these have changed in the last few days, so will be different from what I had posted in my reviews. Have a look see and see if you agree with my predictions.
A draw took place today to determine which half the Big Five nations will perform in the Eurovision Song Contest Final on 13th May.