Today Portuguese broadcaster RTP revealed the names of the acts who will perform at the interval in the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest when it takes place in Lisbon in May.
This year’s host nation the Portuguese broadcaster RTP announced a Eurovision first today when it revealed that there will be not one, not two, or three but four female presenters at the helm of the 2018 Contest.
Earlier today, 5 December, Eurovision organisers gave us the first sneak peek at their proposed designs for the stage at Eurovision 2018.
Portuguese broadcaster RTP are really putting last year’s hosts Kiev to shame. Earlier this month they finalised the branding for the 2018 Contest and now they have released details of the ticket sales for the week long events for this year’s competition in Lisbon.
Earlier this week Portuguese broadcaster RTP revealed the branding for the 2018 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. Along with a series of nautical images including seaweed, jellyfish, waves and shell, they unveiled that the slogan for Eurovision 2018 would be ‘All Aboard!’.
Portuguese broadcaster RTP, confirmed that there will officially be 42 nations competing in the Eurovision Song Contest when it is staged in Lisbon in May next year.
The ground breaking announcement earlier this week that 2018 would see the launch of Eurovision Asia, had many supposing that this could put an end to Australia competing in Eurovision. Today however, Australian broadcaster SBS revealed that the EBU had extended an invite to Australia to compete in Lisbon at Eurovision 2018. This invitation has been accepted.