The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the third consecutive year and we kick things off with Group A. Group A Consists of Finland, Russia, Serbia, Greece and Bulgaria. Take a look at their songs below and vote for your favourite in our poll!Continue reading
Austria had chosen Cesar Sampson for Eurovision 2018 back in December. The singer had revealed his song title as ‘Nobody But You’ and three and a half months on we finally get to hear it for the first time. Have a listen!Continue reading
Serbia’s Beovizija competition came to a close this evening with its final show. Tonight seventeen acts have battled it out in a bid to be named the country’s Eurovision representative for 2018. Serbia has opted for Sanja Ilic & Balkanika. They will sing the song ‘Nova deca’ in Lisbon in May.
Tomorrow night sees the Serbian national final draw to a close with the final of Beovizija 2018. 17 songs were in the running and we’ve been asking you who your favourites were. The poll has now closed and we can reveal the results!Continue reading
Serbia’s Eurovision selection for 2018 will take place on 20 February. Seventeen songs will compete in the final of Beovizija, but ahead of that we rate and rank the songs that are in contention. Read on to find out if you agree with our decisions!Continue reading
We’ve been waiting quite some time on an update from Serbia about their plans for their 2018 Eurovision selection plans. Despite rumours of a move from an internal selection to a national final as early as October 2017, it wasn’t until a few months later that these were confirmed to be true. Since the confirmation, no other details had been announced, until today when national broadcaster RTS revealed the seventeen acts and songs that will compete in the contest.Continue reading
November 2017 saw the release of even more songs from some of our favourite acts from Eurovision. This includes songs from former winners Marija Serifovic, Emmelie de Forest and Sertab Erener. Read on to hear the new tracks and to find out what we thought of them.
Junior Eurovision is basically Eurovision’s annoying little sister. The contest gives aspiring musicians under the age of 16 the chance to perform on one of the world’s biggest stages. This year sixteen nations will battle it out for the crown in Tbilisi’s Olympic Palace. The show will be presented by Helen Kalandadze and Lizi Japaridze and is the fifteenth edition of the contest.Continue reading