Australian songstress Dami Im unveiled her new single ‘Fighting for Love’ earlier this month. Since then she has teased us with clips for the new video for the track. We have been waiting in anticipation of the full video and now the wait is over.
Australia’s first ever Eurovision participant, Guy Sebastian announced last week that his new single will be called ‘Set In Stone’ and as of today you can listen to it for yourself.
The first ever Australian Eurovision participant Guy Sebastian has announced that his new single will be called ‘Set In Stone’ and it is available to pre-order now with the release coming next week on the 28th October.
Over the past week and a half we have been gradually unveiling our top 100 songs from the last ten years of Eurovision (2007-2016). Now that all has been revealed, here is the full countdown from number 100 to number one!
All week I have been counting down my Top 100 Eurovision songs from the past ten years. Today sees the countdown come to its conclusion, as I unveil my top ten songs. Read on to find out if your favourite is on top. You can view the rest of the top 100 here: 11-20, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-70, 71-80, 81-90, 91-100.
Australia’s first ever representative at Eurovision Guy Sebastian has unveiled his latest single. The song is called ‘Candle’ and you can listen to it below.
Last week, as part of the Sydney Mardi Gras celebrations, Conchita Wurst announced that Dami Im would be the second person ever to represent Australia in the Eurovision Song Contest. However her song would remain a mystery for a little while longer. That mystery is no more as ‘Sound of Silence’ was released earlier today. Listen to the song below.
Australia had been relatively silent (or is it coy?) on who their Eurovision pick for 2016 would be. This hasn’t stopped many people speculating who it would be. Two names were being touted by various press outlets in the Land of Oz- Delta Goodrem and Australian X-Factor Season 5 winner Dami Im. Earlier this week Delta took to social media to deny that she was involved. Therefore when they broke the silence, it came as no shock that Dami Im would be the pick when it was announced earlier today.
Following a successful stint in 2015, Australia will return to Eurovision in 2016. The announcement was made on 17th November after the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) came to the decision in conjunction with Australian national broadcasters SBS.