In the early hours of this morning, Australia presented an all star Eurovision extravaganza. Australia Decides pitted ten acts against each other for the opportunity to represent the nation at Eurovision 2020. It also saw guest performances from 2015 Eurovision winner Mans Zelmerlow, Dami Im (Australia’s best result to date) also took to the stage as well as a special guest spot from exiting EBU Supervisor Jon Ola Sand.
Australia Decides will take place on Saturday on Australia’s Gold Coast. Ahead of the results, we rate and rank the contenders. Read on to find out which are our favourites!
The full line up for Australia Decides was revealed a few weeks ago, but only this week has the full plays of all ten songs been made available to the public. The Contest will take place on Australia’s Gold Coast on the 8 February. Listen to the ten songs here.
The Australian broadcaster SBS today announced the remaining four acts for their Eurovision 2020 selection show Australia Decides. The Contest which will take place on Australia’s Gold Coast on the 8 February. The broadcaster had announced six acts that will take part over the past few weeks. Namely- Vanessa Amorosi, Mitch Tambo, Montaigne, Casey Donovan, Didirri and iOTA. And today it was announced that Diana Rouvas, Jack Vidgen, Jaguar Jonze and Jordan Ravi would complete the line up.
Australia will decide the winner of their first ever Eurovision selection show: Australia Decides on 9 February. But before we find out who will represent them at Eurovision 2019, we take a look at all the songs in the running and rate and rank them in order of least favourites to faves. Read on to find out what we thought!
With just three weeks to go until Australia hosts its first ever national selection final, broadcaster SBS has now revealed the entire line up for the Australia Decides show which will take place on the Gold Coast on 9 February. We already had seven of the competing artists, but now the full line up of ten has been unveiled.
As Australia gear up to host their first ever national selection show on 9 February, some of the competing artists have debuted the songs that they will be competing with at Australia Decides! We already were treated to a preview of Courtney Act’s song ‘Fight for Love’ but we can also now add Electric Fields’ ‘2000 and Whatever’, Leea Nanos’ ‘Set Me Free’ and Mark Vincent’s ‘This Is Not the End’ to our playlists! Read on to check out the songs!
In 2019 Australia will host their first ever Eurovision selection show and it seems they’re pulling out all the stops. Earlier this month broadcaster SBS announced the first four of acts that would take part in their live show in the Gold Coast in February. This included Kate Miller-Heidke, Sheppard, Mark Vincent and Electric Fields. As promised, more acts have been added to the roster and today we got another three joining the contest.