More selection shows and song announcements! Find out all the latest news that happened in the land of Eurovision this week!
Hovig, who will represent Cyprus at Eurovision 2017, was due to officially reveal his song for the Contest later this evening. The song named ‘Gravity’ however leaked earlier today. Watch the music video for the song in full below!
Eurovision news has kicked into overdrive this week with more countries beginning their national selection searches, news regarding the Eurovision proceedings in May and more details on announced artists’ songs.
Four of the artists for Eurovision 2017 have taken a step closer to unveiling their song for this year’s contest this week.
It’s been a busy week for Eurovision. Read on to read our recap of all the news, gossip and national finals activity that occurred this week!
Cyprus were one of the first countries to announced their Eurovision artist for 2017. We take a closer look at Hovig. Here are ten things to better acquaint you with the singer.
Cyprus were the first country to announce their Eurovision artist for 2017. Hovig will be their representative in Kiev in May and when the singer announced a press conference set to take place yesterday afternoon, the Eurovision rumour mill went into overdrive thinking that he may be about to unveil the first Eurovision song of the selection season.
This morning in a joint announcement from the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and Ukrainian national broadcaster (NTU) it was announced that a total of 43 countries will compete at Eurovision 2017 in Kiev. This will include associate member Australia.
On the day that Cyprus announced Hovig as their pick for Eurovision 2017, his predecessor Minus One have released a new track. The song is called ‘Save Me’ and is available to download on all digital platforms as of today.
Cyprus are the first nation to choose their Eurovision act for the 2017 Contest. Hovig was confirmed as the Cypriot entry for 2017 earlier today when national broadcaster CyBC announced he had been chosen through an internal selection process.