Alexander Rybak returns to Eurovision for Norway in 2018. Find out more about the singer with 10 Things About…Alexander Rybak!
2. Rybak sprung to international fame when he represented Norway in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest with his infectious hit song ‘Fairytale’. He won the contest but did you know that with
After unexplainably missing out to Azerbaijan in 2011’s contest with his song ‘Popular’, Eric Saade has been highly successful in his home country of Sweden. He has released a whopping four albums in as many years, proving Saade to be a pop song factory. His hits stay true to his boy band past and include the catchy ‘Sleepless’, ‘
Linda Martin won Eurovision for Ireland back in their heyday, when they could do no wrong in Europe and won an unrivalled seven times (five of which in the short span of 1987-1996). Linda herself is no stranger to Eurovision having applied to represent her country four
Some of our previous Eurovision acts can’t get enough of the contest.That’s why after having won with ‘Satellite’ in 2010, Lena Meyer Landrut returned to defend her title the following year. In between her two Eurovision outings Lena released her debut album