Georgia’s Eurovision record has been far from exemplary in the past few years. Both Iriao and Tamara Gachechiladze, the country’s entries in 2018 and 2017 respectively, failed to make an indelible impression on juries and televoters Europe wide, as neither act made it to the Grand Final. Georgia seem set to turn this around in 2019 and last week laid out their plans for selecting their artist and song for the Contest: Georgian Idol.
It’s the sixth week of our latest feature to find out the Top 30 songs released by former Eurovision stars in 2017. Again this week we take you through fourteen of the biggest hits of 2017 and ask you to vote for your three favourites from the bunch!Continue reading
September is over and we are well and truly into autumn. It’s time to hoke out your autumnal scarves and jumpers and catch up with your favourite Eurovision stars. This month sees new music releases from the likes of Russian hotties Sergey Lazarev and Dima Bilan, Danish star Basim, Armenian fave Iveta Mukuchyan and new music from the class of 2017: Serbia’s Tijana Bogicevic, Ukraine’s O. Torvald, Italy’s Francesco Gabbani and Belarus’ Naviband.
Georgia will reveal the winner of their national selection show for Eurovision 2017 later tonight. While we await the result, we can now reveal who you voted as your favourite in our poll.Continue reading
Last week Georgia announced the 26 acts who will fight it out to be named the country’s Eurovision act for 2017. Today, they have gone one further and revealed the songs for each act as well. Continue reading
Georgia have declared that they will stage a televised national selection show to choose their act and song for Eurovision 2017. Broadcaster GPB announced today that 27 acts are in the running to be considered for selection.Continue reading
This week you have been voting in the second group of songs to determine which song will be named our favourite song of 2016 from previous Eurovision contestants. The poll closed last night and we can now reveal the results.Continue reading
Tonight saw the results of the first Eurovision Semi Finals and we now know which ten acts of the sixteen from the first live show will join the big five, Australia and hosts Austria in Saturday’s Final. Read on to find out who made it through.