With selection shows in full swing, we take a break from this year’s Contest and look at the new releases from some of our favourite singers from the past few years. February sees new releases from former winner Jamala, as well as France’s Amir, Armenia’s Iveta Mukuchyan, Croatian Jacques Houdek and a duet between Norwegian producer JOWST and last year’s runner up Kristian Kostov. Continue reading
Last week Slovenia whittled their contenders down to just eight. They returned this evening to sing it out in the final. In the end it was Lea Sirk who was named the winner of EMA 2018 and they will go on to represent Slovenia in Lisbon in May with their song ‘Hvala, ne!’. Read on for the full results!Continue reading
Slovenia’s national selection EMA 2018 gets under way tomorrow night with the first show- the semi final. Before that, we reveal the results of the poll which you have been voting in since the songs were unveiled last week. Continue reading
The Slovenian Eurovision selection process EMA 2018 will take place next week, but before that we take a look at the sixteen contenders and rate and rank them in order of our favourites! Read on to find out which ones we liked and which ones we hated!Continue reading
The Slovenian Eurovision selection process EMA 2018 will kick off with the semi final on 17 February, with the final taking place just a week later. Earlier this week broadcaster RTVSLO unveiled the sixteen songs that will compete in the process.Continue reading
‘Blue and Red’ is the song that Slovenia are hoping can get them to the Eurovision Final in 2016. It will be performed by singer ManuELLA. Join us as we take a look at the song and assess whether they can qualify from Semi Final 2 on Thursday night.
16 countries have advanced to the knockout stages of the Eurovision world cup. In this match we will see Slovenia’s ManuElla compete against Greece’s Argo. Listen to both entries below and vote for your favourite in our poll. Only one song can advance. Voting closes on Sunday 24th April.Continue reading
This week you have been voting for your favourite acts in Groups G and H of our Eurovision World Cup competition. Two acts from each group have made it through to the knock out stages. Read on to find out which countries will advance.Continue reading