It’s time to vote in the sixth group of the Eurovision NI’s World Cup 2020! The countries participating in this group are: France, UK, Belarus, Serbia and Italy. Listen to all the songs below and vote for your favourite in the poll. Only two songs can advance to the next stage.
Eurovision has been hailed by many as being the ‘Gay World Cup’. So what if the format for Eurovision was more like the World Cup? The World Cup happens every four years, but we had so much fun with our Eurovision World Cup feature, that it’s become a staple of our Eurovision diary each year. Previous winners have included Nicky Byrne for Ireland (2016), Imri Ziv for Israel (2017), Saara Aalto for Finland (2018) and KEiiNO for Norway (2019). Who will win in 2020? Here’s how it works!
All weekend Serbia have treated us to their Eurovision 2020 selection. On Friday and Saturday night 24 acts performed in the two semi finals. Half were eliminated, and the other half returned to perform in tonight’s final. The ultimate winner was girl group Hurricane and they will sing ‘Hasta La Vista’ for Serbia in Rotterdam. The full results are below.
The Serbian public broadcaster RTS continued their selection show for Eurovision 2020 this evening with the second semi final of their Beovizija competition. Half of the acts made it through to Sunday’s grand final. Find out who made the cut…
The Serbian public broadcaster RTS began their selection show for Eurovision 2020 this evening with the first semi final of their Beovizija competition. Half of the acts made it through to Sunday’s grand final. Find out who made the cut…
The Serbian public broadcaster RTS has revealed the details for their Eurovision 2020 selection show Beovizija. 24 songs have been shortlisted from the longlist of 90 and this week the competitors were announced.
The first of September begins a new Eurovision season and we at Eurovision NI want to keep you updated on all the latest goings on. We’ve created a new table for the 2020 Contest that will let you know which countries will participate, information on the selection process, the artists and their songs. This page will be updated on a regular basis, but this is what we know so far!
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place on Sunday 24 November in Poland’s Gliwice Arena. The show will be hosted by last year’s winner Roksana Wegiel as well as Ida Nowakowska and Aleksander Sikora. It will feature nineteen songs and we take a look at the contenders, ranking them from our least favourite to our favourite.
Tonight the Eurovision 2019 kicked off with its first live televised show. The first semi final saw 17 nations battle it out for one of the ten places in Saturday’s final. Read on to find out which countries have made it through!
This day next week will see the first live show for Eurovision 2019. The First Semi Final is set to air on 14 May 2019 at 8pm GMT. Having seen the first rehearsals, I am ready to make my predictions as to which 10 of the 17 contenders will earn a place in the final.