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.
For the past five weeks we have asked you to vote for your favourite songs in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in the third year of our Eurovision NI World Cup competition. This year saw Ukraine’s Melovin and Finland’s Saara Aalto make it to the final. You have been voting all week and we’ve received over 9,000 votes and it’s time to reveal the results.
Israel are well and truly on their way to selecting their Eurovision 2018 artist! Israel’s Rising Star will choose the act for Eurovision 2018 and it aired its fourth show last night. The show has added another six acts to the next round of the contest. Read on to find out who made it…
We are now three shows in to Israel’s quest for a Eurovision star! The show which will select the nation’s Eurovision 2018 act and song added another six acts to the next round of the contest. Read on to find out who made it…
Israel’s quest for a Eurovision superstar for 2018 kicked off last week when Israel’s Rising Star returned to our screens. Episode two aired this week and another three hopefuls advanced to the next round.
Who will follow in the footsteps of Imri Ziv, Hovi Star and Nadav Guedj and win the Israeli Eurovision selection show: Israel’s Rising Star? Well we got one step closer to finding out as the 2018 edition of the competition kicked off at the weekend.
Eurovision fans all feared the worst when one of the Contest’s stalwarts announced the demise of their national broadcaster at Eurovision 2017 and that Imri Ziv may be Israel’s last ever entry. News last month however confirmed that they had reached a temporary solution and would be back for the 2018 edition in Lisbon. This week it has been announced that Israeli selection show Israel’s Rising Star will also return.
39 countries have confirmed their participation Eurovision 2018. Among them are Albania and Israel who announced this week their intentions to compete in the Contest in Lisbon in May next year.
Everyone loves a comeback! And we at Eurovision NI are no different. There has been a trend in recent years for Eurovision stars from the past making a return to the Eurovision stage. This year was no different with several of our faves making a reappearance. Here are the nominees for the category Best Returning Act at the Eurovision NI Awards 2017. The winner will be revealed at the Awards ceremony in October, but in the meantime vote for your favourite in our poll.