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Jessica Mauboy for Australia and Australians be like........#eurovision

Australia’s #Eurovision singer @jessicamauboy says she’ll spend the next month working on her song https://t.co/Y1jryOZdHt

Australia’s @jessicamauboy1 spoke with our @williamleeadams shortly after Monday’s announcement that she’d sing at #Eurovision 🇦🇺 She says she only learned about the opportunity last week and that it was a “no brainer” to say yes. She’ll spend the next month in the studio developing some ideas, and will then choose songwriters to collaborate with 💥 Full video on the wiwibloggs #YouTube channel. Link in bio 🎤🎼 #eurovision2018 #eurovisionsongcontest #sbseurovision #jessicamauboy #australia #sbseurovision

Jessica Mauboy intends to write her own #Eurovision entry. She is honoured to represent #Australia

Australia: Jessica Mauboy feels blessed and honoured to go to Eurovision! - ESCToday.com

Australia: Jessica Mauboy feels blessed and honoured to go to Eurovision! - ESCToday.com

Eurovision news 2018: The 2018 Aussie Eurovision representative is all set to conquer Europe when she takes the Eurovision stage in Lisbon next May. Earlier today SBS, the Austr

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It’s Jessica Mauboy for Australia in Eurovision 2018! 


Check out the official announcement here.


#Australia #Eurovision #2018

RT @jessicamauboy: I HAVE SOME EXCITING NEWS!!! In 2018, I will be representing Australia at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest!! I will si…

Jessica Mauboy is back for #Australia at #Eurovision, but this time for a win! What do you think of the Aussies’ choice? #eurovision2018 #esc2018 #esc #australia2018 #lisbon2018

#lisbon2018 #esc2018 #eurovision2018 #esc #eurovision #australia #australia2018

And the Australian representative for Eurovision 2018 is... Jessica Mauboy! bit.ly/ESC2018Australia

Australia: ‘Jessica opened the door for Australia to compete’ https://t.co/pyb6hDNOQu https://t.co/pyb6hDNOQu

Jessica Mauboy has just been confirmed as the #eurovision 2018 participant for Australia.

Are you excited for her return to the Eurovision stage? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

BREAKING: Australian 2018 Artist Announced!

BREAKING: Australian 2018 Artist Announced!

The moment has come! We know who will be following in Isiah and Dami’s footsteps! The Australian Eurovision Song Contest repetitive 2018 is…. Jessica Mauboy! Can I get a Moment? to tell you who is making a triumphant

Jessica Mauboy to represent Australia in Lisbon!

Jessica Mauboy to represent Australia in Lisbon!

Jessica Mauboy to represent Australia in Lisbon!

The singer was invited to perform at the interval act of the 2014 edition of the contest, where she sang a self-written track, especially for the show, called "Sea Of Flags" We have finally got the name and SBS has not regret trying to chase the Eurovision glory, it is not other than Jessica Maub

Eurofriend profile and Artist announcement by Sydney "Syd" Asiapacettefriend (Designed by Carolina Añazgo Leo):

Sydney "Syd" Asiapacettefriend

Country that represents: Australia
Birthday: January 26
Eurovision event her country debuted: Eurovision Song Contest 2015
Eurovision Events her country has hosted: None as of now
Likes: Listening to the latest asia-pacific music, watching long-running anime shows with her brothers London, Dublin and Cardiff (and idolizing her favourite japanese voice actors at the same time), discovering Eurovision with her friends and having picnics with her Koala pet on her favourite eucalyptus tree!

If there's anyfriend in the song contest who loves to spread the asia pacific culture to the Eurofriends from chinese opera and Bollywood movies to k-pop and anime, Sydney 🇦🇺 is the right friend for the job! She's living the Eurovision career she always wished for and she's learning a lot of Europe's (and Australia's) favourite tv show.
This girl dreams for an anime about esc starring her and all her fellow Eurovision Land pals with her fave japanese voice actors (Even if uses the actors names as nicknames for her friends when she's esc-cited!), that wish will make her heartflag aflutter, alongside winning esc and helping the host friend to fullfill the duty. Her brothers and friends love her attitude for adding the Asia-pacific culture to town with lots of happiness!

Message from Sydney "Syd" Asiapacettefriend: "G'day, ni-hao (In chinese) and saying in japanese "konnichiwa everyfriend!" I'm Sydney, but my friends and family calls me Syd! Recently i picked my Eurostar for esc. You already remember Jessica, she was the interval act for Esc 2014 when Copenhagen hosted it! Now she's doing full Eurostar duties and i'm esc-cited about it! Now i have to see my country do it's best and give a 12-point best result in Portugal on May 2018! I'm looking foward to see everyfriend's picking their Eurostars, and i'm the 6th friend to do so!"- By Sydney "Syd" Asiapacettefriend

Official Broadcaster Announcement link: https://www.sbs.com.au/guide/article/2017/12/11/australias-2018-eurovision-contestant
Australia Page at ESCKAZ: https://www.sbs.com.au/guide/article/2017/12/11/australias-2018-eurovision-contestant

🇦🇺 SBS is proud to announce that Jessica Mauboy is Australia’s contestant at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal and broadcast exclusively on SBS from May 9 to 13, 2018.  In 2014, Jessica made history when she was invited to perform as an interval act at the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark, being the first non-European solo artist to do so. This time, she’s competing for Australia and a shot at Eurovision glory. #eurovision #oikotimes #allaboard #melfest #umk

She’s the Australian Idol star who made Australia’s performance debut at Eurovision. Now Jessica Mauboy is back — but this time she’s in it to win it. Broadcaster SBS confirmed that Jessica has been selected to represent Australia in Lisbon.

SBS broke the news today in a video, where Australian commentators Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey phoned the young diva to check her availability. #eurovision #eurovision2018 #eurovisionsongcontest #jessicamauboy

AUSTRALIA - SBS is proud to announce that Jessica Mauboy is Australia’s contestant at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal and broadcast exclusively on SBS from May 9 toC13, 2018. In 2014, Jessica made history when she was invited to perform as an interval act at the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark, being the first non-European solo artist to do so. [ 629 more words ]

Australia 2018 🇦🇺 SBS confirms Jessica Mauboy for Lisbon

Australia 2018 🇦🇺 SBS confirms Jessica Mauboy for Lisbon

AUSTRALIA – SBS is proud to announce that Jessica Mauboy is Australia’s contestant at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal and broadcast exclusively on SBS from Ma…

Look who Australia is sending to #Eurovision in 2018, a familiar face. Do you like the choice? #sbseurovision (Eurovision 2018: It's Jessica Maulboy for Australia) escYOUnited

Eurovision 2018: It’s Jessica Maulboy for Australia – escYOUnited

Eurovision 2018: It’s Jessica Maulboy for Australia – escYOUnited

2017 Australia Latest News Eurovision 2018: It’s Jessica Maulboy for Australia By Matt Friedrichs Posted on December 11, 2017 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Australian broadcaster SBS has just announced ...

Jessica Mauboy is heading back to #Eurovision in 2018! #Australia Are you happy with the choice?

Australia: Jessica Mauboy to Lisbon! - ESCToday.com

Australia: Jessica Mauboy to Lisbon! - ESCToday.com

Eurovision news 2018: SBS, the Australian national broadcaster has revealed the name of the 2018 Australian Eurovision act. Jessica Mauboy will have the honour of defending the

Jessica Mauboy returns to the Eurovision - she is set to represent Australia at the Eurovision 2018.

SBS is proud to announce that Jessica Mauboy is Australia’s contestant at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal and broadcast exclusively on SBS from May 9 to 13, 2018.

In 2014, Jessica made history when she was invited to perform as an interval act at the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark, being the first non-European solo artist to do so. This time, she’s competing for Australia and a shot at Eurovision glory.

Jessica Mauboy said:
“Eurovision is a wonderfully joyous and unique event. It brings together over 40 diverse countries and cultures under one roof to unite us all in music. It shows how much the power of song can transcend differences. I will sing my heart out for Australia, I’m so proud to be officially representing my country and a little bit nervous - mainly about the stress of the dress!”

One of Australia’s most successful female artists, Jessica is from Darwin with her mother from the Indigenous KuKu Yalanji tribe and her father from Timor. Her musical journey began in 2006 with Australian Idol, and since then she’s sold over 3.4 million units globally, achieved five top 10 albums, 15 top twenty singles, four ARIA accredited Platinum selling albums and has won two ARIA Music Awards from 24 nominations. Her songs have been streamed globally 158 million times and her videos have been viewed globally 37 million times.

Jessica has been a strong campaigner for the welfare of Indigenous children, and has opened many doors for Indigenous performers.

Australian Head of Delegation Paul Clarke said:
Jessica Mauboy’s performance at ESC Copenhagen 2014 opened the door for Australia to compete at Eurovision – before the great moments of Guy, Dami and Isaiah there was Jess, who touched the hearts of the Eurovision directors and proved just how talented our vocalists are. Since then we have always wanted to give Jessica a shot at the competition, and this year the stars aligned. We can’t wait to develop a great song and stage production with Jessica and her team, and recreate her Eurovision-style as a galactic soul diva.”

Eurovision will be broadcast on SBS in May 2018, and will be hosted by Australia's new Eurovisionaries Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey, returning after their debut as hosts and commentators at the 2017 contest.

On the artist announcement, Myf Warhurst said:
“Look out Lisbon because we are sending one of the best in the biz to Eurovision 2018. I’ve been following Jessica’s career from the start and the girl’s gone from strength to strength – she can sing, dance, act – I hear she can even make a mean Portuguese Tart. C’mon Australia, get behind our Jessica!”

Joel Creasey said:
“Ever since my failed audition for the Young Divas back in ’08, I’ve been trying everything I can to work with Jess Mauboy. Her response has mostly been ‘Can I Get a Moment To Myself?!’ – but finally, the stars have aligned! Jess is a true star with a powerhouse voice and has a great personality to boot. J-Mau, you’re going to be amazing. Let’s show Europe what we’re made of!”

The 2018 contest will mark Australia’s fourth year of competing in the event, following a remarkable record of three top ten finishes, with Guy Sebastian’s fifth place in 2015, Dami Im’s second place in 2016, and Isaiah Firebrace coming ninth in the 2017 contest, which was held earlier this year in Kyiv, Ukraine. Since joining the competition, Australia’s results of 5th, 2nd and 9th put Australia second only to Sweden over the past three years.

The Eurovision Song Contest is the world’s largest television music competition and in 2017, the Semi Finals and Grand Final attracted 182 million viewers worldwide and reached more than three million Australians.

SBS has been the home of the Eurovision Song Contest in Australia for 35 years. Eurovision celebrates diversity and strengthens bonds between different cultures by bringing them together; united in a common passion for music.

In 2018, the Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted for the first time ever by Portugal, in its capital city of Lisbon, after Salvador Sobral won the 2017 competition with his love ballad Amar Pelos Dois.

Australia page: http://esckaz.com/2018/aus.htm

Last Friday, Australian broadcaster SBS already teased to their representative for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. Now they have revealed that the one flyi...

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