Eurovision HQ have announced that this year’s Contest will be hosted by a trio of Dutch presenters.
At lunch time today, the EBU revealed the proposed set design for the stage at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Back at the helm is stage designer Florian Wieder. He is the man behind the stages at Eurovision 2011, 2012, 2015 and for the past three years 2017-2019.
Eurovision 2020 is beginning to shape up nicely. We now have four of the 41 acts announced, we know that Ahoy! in Rotterdam will be the host venue, we’ve got the dates, the slogan is ‘Open Up’ and today we got the official Eurovision 2020 artwork.
The deadline for broadcasters to confirm their participation in Eurovision 2020 has passed and today the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) announced that 41 countries will take part in this year’s Contest in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
We are just a month into Eurovision season and we have already got our second artist confirmed for Eurovision 2020! Last week Hooverphonic were revealed as Belgium‘s pick and now Spain have joined the fray announcing at the weekend that Blas Canto will represent them in Rotterdam next year.
Today the European Broadcasting Union announced that Rotterdam will be the Eurovision 2020 host city.
Tonight saw Rotterdam host the 2016 edition of the MTV European Music Awards. Among the winners on the night was Amir, the French act for Eurovision 2016 and Polish singer Margaret who missed out on representing her country at Eurovision this year.
Earlier today, 27th September, MTV announced the nominees for this year’s MTV European Music Awards. Big names like Beyonce and Justin Bieber lead the nominations table with five nominations each, but among the nominees for the regional awards includes many familiar faces from this year’s Eurovision contestants and some from previous years as well.