Today the first round of rehearsals for Eurovision 2019 continued with the eight remaining acts from Semi Final 1 taking to the stage for the first time, giving us an idea of how they sound live and how they will stage their song when Eurovision kicks off proper with the first semi final on 14 May.
Artist: Victor Crone
Betting Odds: 201/1
Victor Crone will take to the stage for Estonia at Eurovision 2019. He will sing the song ‘Storm’. Find out what we made of the song by reading on.
The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year in 2019. Group B saw Victor Crone, Miki, KEiiNO, Lake Malawi and Roko Blazevic do battle for Estonia, Spain, Norway, Czech Republic and Croatia respectively for the two spots in the next round. You’ve been voting since Thursday and now it’s time to reveal the results!
The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year and we continue the competition with Group B. Group B consists of Estonia, Spain, Norway, Czech Republic and Croatia. Take a look at their songs below and vote for your favourite in our poll!
Victor Crone is the choice that Estonia have gone with for Eurovision 2019. Find out more about the singer with 10 Things About…Victor Crone!
Victor Crone won Eesti Laul and will represent Estonia at Eurovision 2019 with his song ‘Storm’. Check out the lyrics for the song!
The BBC has announced today the artists and songs that will take part in its Eurovision 2019 selection show ‘Eurovision: You Decide’, when it returns to our screens on 8 February. The show will once again be hosted by the brilliant pairing of Mel Giedroyc and Måns Zelmerlöw. It will move from last year’s location (Brighton’s Dome) to Salford’s Media City (outside Manchester) in 2019. Read on to find out who is taking part!
The BBC has announced today that it will shake things up for their Eurovision selection process ‘Eurovision: You Decide’, when it returns to our screens in February 2019. While a final date, competing artists and song titles haven’t been confirmed, the show will once again be hosted by the brilliant pairing of Mel Giedroyc and Måns Zelmerlöw. It will move from last year’s location (Brighton’s Dome) to Salford’s Media City (outside Manchester) in 2019.
With the thrill ride that was Eurovision 2018 now over us, we look towards new music from our past contestants. Hot off the heels of their appearance this year, we get new tracks from UK artist SuRie, Italy’s Ermal Meta and Armenian representative Sevak Khanagyan. Also joining the May line up of new music is 2017 Eurovision champ Salvador Sobral, Austria’s Nathan Trent who teams up with J-MOX, Belgian artist Blanche, Sweden’s Robin Bengtsson and a duet from Melfest winner and runner up (and best mates) Benjamin Ingrosso and Felix Sandman.
Only three of this year’s Eurovision songs have entered the UK Singles Chart this weekend.