Alfred and Amaia are the duo that have been selected by Spain for Eurovision 2018. Here are the lyrics for their song ‘Tu Cancion’ along with an English translation.
Sevak Khanagyan will sing ‘Qami’ for Armenia at Eurovision 2018. Here are the lyrics to his song, along with an English translation!
Sevak Khanagyan is Armenia’s pick for Eurovision 2018. Here’s 10 Things About…
Alfred and Amaia are the duo that have been selected by Spain for Eurovision 2018. They will perform the song ‘Tu Cancion’ in the Grand Final in May. Get to know the couple better with our 10 Things About…Alfred and Amaia!
Last week saw Armenia launch their selection process for Eurovision 2017 with the first 25 acts competing to go through to the second round of Depi Evratesil (Towards Eurovision). Last night, the competition continued with another 25 acts hoping to advance to round two.
Joe and Jake are a duo who met on the fourth series of BBC talent show the Voice. Although they competed as solo artists, the two felt a connection and combined forces to be considered for the UK’s Eurovision selection show ‘You Decide’. The pairing seemed to work as their song ‘You’re Not Alone’ was selected to represent the nation at Eurovision 2016. Read on to find out what we made of their song.
Belgian Eurovision 2016 entrant Laura Tesoro has revealed the video for her song ‘What’s The Pressure?’. Belgium will perform during second semi final on 12th May in Stockholm. Read on to watch the video.
Croatian representative Nina Kraljic has unveiled her song for Eurovision 2016, earlier today. The song is called ‘Lighthouse’ and you can listen to it below!
Romania hosted the final of Selecția Națională 2016 earlier this evening and have chosen Ovidiu Anton as their Eurovision participant. He will sing his song ‘Moment of Silence’ accompanied by what look like Game of Thrones extras, complete with sword dancing and overused smoke machines.
It has been widely reported for weeks now in the Croatian media that Croatia would likely most likely select Nina Kraljić as their entry for 2016. It came as no surprise then that Kraljić, winner of Season One of the Croatian version of The Voice (Najljepši glas Hrvatske), was announced earlier today as the Croatian pick.