The MTV European Music Awards are one of the highlights in the awards season calendar. This year’s show will take place in London’s SSE Wembley Arena on 12 November and will be hosted by Rita Ora. Among the nominees are some of our favourite Eurovision stars.Continue reading
And so it begins, the first in a long line of artist announcements for Eurovision 2018. Flemish broadcaster VRT (who take it year about with French speaking broadcaster RTBF to choose the Belgian Eurovision entry) have got in there early and are the first to announce their artist for the Contest. It will be Laura Groeseneken who will represent then nation at Eurovision which this year will take place in Lisbon. Continue reading
As well as honouring the contestants who took part in this year’s contest, we also like to keep up with the latest releases from Eurovision stars from previous years. This category Best New Song sees the best twelve songs from any Eurovision alumni in the past twelve months battle it out at Eurovision NI Awards 2017. Here’s the nominees… Continue reading
As most of the Eurovision 2017 selection shows draw to a close, some of the Eurovision stars from the past few years have been busy releasing some new material. Check out our New Music Round Up for March 2017! Included in the mix are new songs from Russia’s Sergey Lazarev, Debrah Scarlett from Norway, Iceland’s Greta Salome, Barei from Spain, while Loreen returns to Swedish selection show Melodifestivalen with ‘Statements’!
Belgium will be represented at Eurovision 2017 by singer Blanche. She was one of the first acts to be chosen, and today the Belgian broadcaster announced that she will sing the song ‘City Lights’ in Kiev. Listen to the song below which has seen Belgium’s odds of winning the Contest outright dramatically slashed following the song’s revelation. Continue reading
Over the past nine weeks we’ve been taking a look at all the songs released by Eurovision participants throughout this year and have been asking you for your input by voting for your favourites. Earlier this week we revealed the 30 songs that made it into our top 30. The poll closed momentarily at midday today and having collated the results we can reveal which songs gained the fewest votes and finished in the positions 11-20. Read on to find out if your fave song is still in the running for Eurovision NI Song of 2016.Continue reading
Over the past eight weeks you have voted 24 songs through to the final round of the Eurovision NI Song of 2016. We will ask you to vote for your favourite qualifying songs and begin to countdown or Top 30 over the next week. Before that though we need to reveal the remaining six songs that have been selected as our wildcard picks. Read on to find out who made the cut.