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The announcement of Australia's artist for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest!

The announcement of Australia's artist for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest!

Last Friday, Australian broadcaster SBS already teased to their representative for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. Now they have revealed that the one flying the Australian flag in Lisbon will be someone who has been on the Eurovision stage before, as an interval act in 2014: Jessica Mauboy! If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Meet the participants of the Slovenian selection (EMA) for Eurovision 2018!

Meet the participants of the Slovenian selection (EMA) for Eurovision 2018!

Today, the artists participating in the Slovenian selection (EMA) for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest were announced. Who do you think will represent Slovenia in Lisbon? If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Who will be Australia's next Eurovision star?

Who will be Australia's next Eurovision star?

Australia will participate for the fourth time at the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon in 2018. Who will be next after Guy Sebastian, Dami Im and Isaiah, who all reached the top 10 in the Grand Final? Find out on Monday the 11th of December! If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

TOP 10: Most watched in November 2017 - Eurovision Song Contest

TOP 10: Most watched in November 2017 - Eurovision Song Contest

At the end of every month, we look back at the most watched songs. We combine the views of live performances with views from music videos. For the first time in months we have a new number 1! Conchita Wurst and Lena also return to the top 10. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Eurovision Song Contest - Monthly Update - November 2017

Eurovision Song Contest - Monthly Update - November 2017

Welcome to your monthly update where you can get updated on everything that happened in the world of the Eurovision Song Contest in November! In this month, more details about the contest were revealed at a press conference in Portugal, Azerbaijan, Finland and The Netherlands announced their artists for the contest in Lisbon and Polina Bogusevich from Russia won the Junior edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Junior Eurovision reacts to the Eurovision Song Contest

Junior Eurovision reacts to the Eurovision Song Contest

This afternoon at 16:00 CET the Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place in Tbilisi, Georgia. The 16 contestants have been busy rehearsing throughout the week, but find some time to look back at the top 5 of this years Eurovision Song Contest If you want to know more about the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://junioreurovision.tv

Junior Eurovision stars who made it to the Eurovision Song Contest stage

Junior Eurovision stars who made it to the Eurovision Song Contest stage

This weekend, the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place in Tbilisi, Georgia. In the recent history, we have seen artists who performed in both contests, with mixed fortunes. You can watch the show live on TV or online at http://www.youtube.com/junioreurovision at 16:00 CET on Sunday. If you want to know more about the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://junioreurovision.tv

NEWS: 43 Countries will participate and tickets will go on sale on 30th November!

NEWS: 43 Countries will participate and tickets will go on sale on 30th November!

Last week it was announced that 42 countries will participate in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. Today, we are pleased to announce that F.Y.R. Macedonia will join the party and complete the full line up of 43 participating countries at the contest. This means that the contest in Lisbon will equal the record amount of countries that participated in Belgrade in 2008 and Dusseldorf in 2011. And the best news is…You can be a part of it! The first wave of tickets for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will go on sale on Thursday the 30th of November. More information about tickets can be found on https://eurovision.tv

Måns Zelmerlöw will host You Decide, the National Final of the United Kingdom

Måns Zelmerlöw will host You Decide, the National Final of the United Kingdom

BBC Two, BBC Studios and BBC Music have today announced that Eurovision: You Decide, the national song selection show for the UK entry, will take place on Wednesday 7 February 2018, live from the world-famous Brighton Dome, the site of ABBA’s 1974 Eurovision Song Contest win with Waterloo. Joining the BBC Eurovision family, 2015 Eurovision Song Contest winner Måns Zelmerlöw will co-host the fantastic night of television and song alongside self-confessed Eurovision superfan, Mel Giedroyc, who returns to host the proceedings. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Waylon will represent The Netherlands at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest!

Waylon will represent The Netherlands at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest!

The Netherlands announced their artist for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest today! This morning, they send out a teaser on their official YouTube channel which left the Dutch audience guessing who it would be. Waylon will fly the flag for the Netherlands in Lisbon. Before, he participated at the Eurovision Song Contest as part of the Common Linnets in 2014. Together with Ilse de Lange, he came in second place. Waylon’s song will be announced at a later date. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Eurovision Song Contest 2018 - Logo & Slogan presentation

Eurovision Song Contest 2018 - Logo & Slogan presentation

Today the logo and slogan for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest was revealed. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Eurovision Song Contest 2018: Participating countries, logo and slogan revealed!

Eurovision Song Contest 2018: Participating countries, logo and slogan revealed!

Today a press conference took place in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. The logo and slogan for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest were revealed. The slogan for the contest in May next year will be 'All aboard'. 42 Countries will participate in Lisbon. Russia returns after one year of absence. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

TOP 10: Most watched in October 2017 - Eurovision Song Contest

TOP 10: Most watched in October 2017 - Eurovision Song Contest

At the end of every month, we look back at the most watched songs. We combine the views of live performances with views from music videos. In October we see a big influence from Sweden in the top 10. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Eurovision Song Contest - Monthly Update - October 2017

Eurovision Song Contest - Monthly Update - October 2017

Welcome to your monthly update where you can get updated on everything that happened in the world of the Eurovision Song Contest during the month of October. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Genres at Eurovision Part IV: Opera

Genres at Eurovision Part IV: Opera

In our fourth episode of the 'genres at Eurovision' series we look at opera entries at the Eurovision Song Contest. Opera music and songs with an operatic musical style have been performed on the Eurovision stage throughout the decades and today we are looking at just a few examples. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

#ThrowbackThursday to 60 years ago: The 1957 Eurovision Song Contest in Frankfurt

#ThrowbackThursday to 60 years ago: The 1957 Eurovision Song Contest in Frankfurt

After Switzerland, who won the first ever Eurovision Song Contest in 1956, refused to host the contest again, Frankfurt in Germany got the opportunity to host the contest in 1957. 10 Countries participated in this edition of the contest. Gimmicks are common at the contest, and it all started in 1957, when the German entry featured a telephone prop. The telephone played an important role in the contest in general, as it was the only way to reach the international juries at that time. Corry Brokken from The Netherlands won the contest and the Danish act until now holds the record for longest on-screen kiss ever recorded at the contest. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

TOP 10: Entries from Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest

TOP 10: Entries from Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest

Belgium has performed very well over the past few years. Belgium's last three entries, Blanche, Laura Tesoro and Loïc Nottet all made it to their top 10 of all time. Belgium won the Eurovision Song Contest once, in 1986 with Sandra Kim and her song J'Aime La Vie If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Returning artists at Eurovision: A recipe for success?

Returning artists at Eurovision: A recipe for success?

Over the years, many performers have returned to the contest but with mixed fortunes. Let’s take a look at some of those who have performed on the Eurovision stage more then once. If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

#ThrowbackThursday to 10 years ago: The 2007 Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki

#ThrowbackThursday to 10 years ago: The 2007 Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki

Lordi won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 with what is to date the most well known rock entry at the contest ‘Hard Rock Hallelujah’. Finland, who never reached top 5 before Lordi, got to host the contest in Helsinki. Host Broadcaster ule adopted True Fantasy as the slogan for this year’s contest. The high-tech stage was constructed in the shape of a kantele, a traditional Finnish instrument. The Czech Republic and Georgia debuted in the Semi-Final, so did Serbia and Montenegro as independent states. Hungary returned to the contest after a year of absence. A record number of 28 countries took place in the Semi-Final. From 2004 to 2007, only one semi-final took place. Both in 2005 and in 2007 there were more countries participating in the Semi-Final then in the Grand Final. After the contest in Helsinki it was decided to organise 2 Semi-Finals per contest, which was implemented in 2008. The show was hosted by Jaana & Miko, who were voted best hosts of the 2000s by you in our poll last year! The contest was won by Marija Šerifović from Serbia. With her song Molitva she brought the contest to Belgrade in 2008. Serebro reached third place for Russia, while Ukraine came second with Verka Serduchka and her Dancing Lasha Tumbai If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

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