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🇦🇺 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

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…

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...

#denmark’s #eurovision star @timschouonline is on #tour right now..... but that didn’t stop him from wishing our @williamleeadams and @deban_deban goodluck :-)
Our boys have been entered in the #sanmarino #1in360 #talentsearch. To add a heart and vote, click on the the link which is in our bio. Thank you.
#eurovision2018 #allaboard #eurovisionsongcontest #timschou #afriendinlondon

Anonymous asked:

I hope 2018 has hot guys. 2017 was a total disappointment with Imri being the only guy I would say is good looking. Although more importantly, I hope 2018 has great songs, which was also really disappointing in 2017 (Denmark, Hungary, and maybe Italy were the only ones that wowed me. Iceland and Bulgaria were pretty good too though)

Answer:

I partially agree with you: Imri was probably the only hot guy in the most traditional way, that’s fair and true. But there were a bunch of nice guys, enjoyable from many of us: Bengtsson, Navarro, Trent, Murray… but also Naber, Gabbani, Hovig, Florea. I mean, I get that there weren’t many HUNKS but I’m usually more into average, cool guys.

Speaking of songs… I’ve already written about it months ago and, without getting boring or repetitive, I’ll just say that ballads were generally better than other songs :)

#eurovision #esc #esc2017 #esc2018 #imriziv #robinbengtsson #manelnavarro #nathantrent #brendanmurray #omarnaber #francescogabbani #hovig #alexflorea

DENMARK - Brand new song by Emmelie de Forest, the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest winner from Denmark. The song is titled Sanctuary and its the first single from her new record label. Emmelie says: "A Sanctuary could be many different things. To me, it’s all the ideas that pop up in your head and then suddenly you see them transform from a feather in your mind to actual wings. [ 468 more words ]

December 07 🇪🇺 The latest headlines from the #Eurovision world

December 07 🇪🇺 The latest headlines from the #Eurovision world

DENMARK – Brand new song by Emmelie de Forest, the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest winner from Denmark. The song is titled Sanctuary and its the first single from her new record label. Emmelie s…

Check out the music video to Emmelie de Forest's latest release, "Sanctuary" 🇩🇰️ #Eurovision #Denmark

Denmark: Emmelie de Forest releases Sanctuary music video - ESCToday.com

Denmark: Emmelie de Forest releases Sanctuary music video - ESCToday.com

Eurovision news 2018: 2013 Eurovision winner Emmelie de Forest from Denmark has returned to the spotlight with a new look and a new single: Sanctuary. Emmelie de Forest took her

Here is the top 13 of the Fan Clubs voting for the 1st wildcard in San-Marino preselection 1in360:

1. Emma Official Sandström (Finland) 51
2. Franklin Calleja (Malta) 49
3. Sada Vidoo (Denmark) 36
4. Tiago Braga (Portugal) 35
5. Яна Глушак Yana Gloushak (Russia) 31
6. DEREK - Domenico Caringella (Italy) 29
7. Colé van dais (South Africa) 24
7. Judah Gavra (Israel) 24
7. Justinas Stanislovaitis (Lithuania) 24
10. Mahan Moin (Sweden) 20
11. Rick Jurthe (Germany) 20
12. Tinashe Makura (Zimbabwe) 19
13. Dario Mifsud Bonnici (Malta) 16

Thus, first wilcard winner is Emma from Finland. Votes have been received from fan clubs of Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Belgium, Rest of the World and combined vote of the ESC Press.

San Marino page: http://esckaz.com/2018/smr.htm

The Go 2018

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Eurovision 2018 is less than six months away. The

the who, the how and the when of each countries contribution beginning to be announced and revealed. Some have been more forthcoming than others. Some are known to be secretive others are an open book.


Here is what I know:


** KNOWN ARTISTS **


AZERBAIJAN: AISEL [history of revealing artist early; song to be announced late.


BELGIUM: LAURA GROESENEKEN [First to release their artist. No news since]


FINLAND: SAARA AALTO [Usually use UMK to select their entrant. YLE unhappy with submitted songs, rejected all of them and placed their fate with Saara. National final of 3 songs on March 3rd]


THE NETHERLANDS: WAYLON [Male part of Common Linnets. Returning for second bite of cherry. No other news]


** NATIONAL FINALS **


ALBANIA: 

Festivali i Këngës is the first of the national finals. Unless someone else comes through with a song reveal in December, this will be the first entry of Eurovision 2018.


GREECE, SAN MARINO and SLOVENIA: San Marino has 1in360, Slovenia has EMA, while the Greeks have a yet to be named national final. They are all taking place in February, but a date has not been announced so far.


MALTA: Song for Europe will be held February 3.


SWITZERLAND 

Entscheidungsshow is taking place in Zurich on February 4th.


UNITED KINGDOM: Eurovision: You decide is returning again after the success from last year. It will held in Brighton on February 7th and in ESC 1998 tradition, hosted by an English person and a Swede.


ITALY: Traditional selection program for Italy is the San Remo Festival for Italian Music which takes place between February 6 and 10. Have gone internal and via jury selection in the past. 




DENMARK:
MGP in Denmark is taking place on February 10th 


MONTENEGRO: 

Montevizija 2018 is the national final for Montenegro which is being held on February 17th. Last national final for Montenegro was 2008.


HUNGARY: A Dal is being held from January and the final is February 24th.


MOLDOVA: Moldova has a semi final on February 22nd, before the final on the 24th


UKRAINE: Another country with 2 semi final and a final; Semis 10th and 17th February; final one week later on the 24th.


ROMANIA: Romania are using a Swedish method of selecting their song having a five semi final and final process . The final is on February 25th


BELARUS: Live auditions in January; up to 15 entrants; final no later than March 1st


ESTONIA: Eesti Laul 2018 is a three show national final. Semi 1 and 2 are February 10th and 17; final March 3.


ICELAND: 

Söngvakeppnin 2018, the Icelandic selection will also have two semi finals and a final, on exactly the same days Estonia are having theirs.


PORTUGAL: The home team are having their annual song contest, Festival da cancao. This year it has been extended to two semi finals (February 18th and 25th) and the final on March 4th.


NORWAY: MGP to be held 10th March.


SWEDEN: Melodifestivalen is the traditional national final from Sweden. The  four semi finals begin February 3 , the Andra chansen will be on March 3 and the final on the 10th.


** THE EXPECTED AND THE RUMOURS! **


CROATIA: Expect the return of the DORA contest.


CYPRUS: National final; date unknown


FRANCE: Rumour of a national final this year.


LATVIA

Supernova will be their selection method again. 30 entries, dates not known yet.


ISRAEL: Holding their Next star contest at the moment to select their entrant. Song will come in March


LITHUANIA: Usually hold an exhaustive national final; no news though.


SPAIN: Operation Triunfo is going to be selection for Spain. How exactly is yet to be announced.


GERMANY: National final; but no details as yet.


The rest: Austria, Armenia, Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Georgia, Ireland, Poland, and Russia are unknown at this time. Most of these will announce an internal selection. 


#doesn'tArmeniauseDepiEvratesilastheirnationalselection? #Eurovision #2018

#ESCCovers
#1in360
#SanMarino
#Eurovision2018

Some of the team have been hard at work to check from which countries each of thre artists are that have entered the SAN MARINO race. Here is the final totals

Italy 67 (no surprise as Italy shares the same language)

Spain 50 (did not expect so many from Spain)

Germany 43 (expected them to be 3rd most)

United Kingdom 37 (also expected them to be around 4th most)

United States 24 (this is a surprise but Eurovision is starting to get known in the USA)

Russia 22 (a surprise)

Sweden 20

Malta 19 (expected more)

Poland 14

Austria 13

Australia 11
Greece 11
Portugal 11
South Africa 11

Canada 10

France 9
Netherlands 9
Turkey 9
Ukraine 9

Israel 7
Philippines 7
San Marino 7 (so one of these 7 will get the 3rd wildcard)

Armenia 6
Belarus 6
Belgium 6
Serbia 6
Switzerland 6

Argentina 5
Ireland 5
Norway 5

Azerbaijan 4
Bosnia and Herzegovina 4
Colombia 4
Croatia 4
Estonia 4
Lithuania 4
Romania 4

Denmark 3
Haiti 3
Thailand 3

Bulgaria 2
Finland 2
Guatemala 2
Iran 2
Luxembourg 2
Mexico 2
Moldova 2
Singapore 2
Slovenia 2

And then 30 countries with 1 each
Afghanistan 1
Bangladesh 1
Brazil 1
Cameroon 1
Chile 1
China 1
Cyprus 1
Czech Republic 1
Dominica 1
Georgia 1
Ghana 1
Hungary 1
India 1
Indonesia 1
Kazakhstan 1
Kenya 1
Latvia 1
Lebanon 1
Macedonia 1
Montenegro 1
Morocco 1
Namibia 1
Nigeria 1
Sierra Leone 1
Slovakia 1
South Korea 1
Saint Lucia 1
Swaziland 1
Tajikistan 1
Zimbabwe 1

This makes it 79 countries which is really good

Over 1000 submissions have been received at the deadline of Sammarinese preselection 1in360, however, only 548 of them have been published on Youtube channel. 27 more entries were published, but subsequently removed. 181 artist has reached 100 likes on either website or Youtube channel of the project upon deadline. It is unknown however which artists chose to pay entry fee instead of collecting likes. It is also unclear, which artists have withdrawn, were disqualified or just chose to remove videos from public, which was allowed by the organizers upon request.

On the 1st of December at 10:00 CET, all likes on the website were reset and visitors have now got 10 more days to vote for their favourite artist. Artist with the most of likes on the 10th of December at 11:59pm will get the second wildcard. Only website likes count for this exercise - no YouTube likes.

You can vote by liking videos of your favourite artists at https://www.1in360.com/copy-of-candidates-7

To remind you that in the running are such artists as Eurovision finalists Dado Topić (Croatia), Roberto Meloni (Italy), Anita Simoncini (San Marino), Junior Eurovision finalists Gvantsa Saneblidze (Georgia) and Nicole Azzopardi (Malta), national final participants Syuzanna Melqonyan, Sona Dunoyan, (Armenia), V.Gustov - I.Balakirev (Russia), TASHA ODI, Janet Buterus Soroka (Belarus), Monika Ivkić (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Yola Dinis (Portugal), Davinia Cuevas, Maika (Spain), Judah Gavra (Israel), Emma Sandström (Finland), Sada Vidoo (Denmark), Mahan Moin (Sweden), Jessika, Franklin Calleja, Dario Bezzina, Dominic Cini (Malta), Karl William Lund (United Kingdom), Bella Wagner (Austria), Anna Cyzon (Canada), Elisa Kolk (Estonia), Sandy C (Moldova) and others.

Complete info about the project:

ESCKAZ - Eurovision 2018 - San Marino / Сан-Марино

Join us in celebrating today's Eurovision birthday boys and girls! They are from Austria, Hungary, Denmark and the UK. Are any of them among your faves?

An Xtra Happy Birthday; November 28th

An Xtra Happy Birthday; November 28th

After yesterday's birthday bonanza, with a total of SEVEN bithdays, we are down to a more reasonable number today. Four former Eurovision participants were born on this day; two girls and two boys. One of

"Sanctuary", the brand new single of Denmark's 2013 Eurovision Song Contest winner Emmelie de Forest has been in rotation on ESC Radio for a little while. Today, the official lyric video was released. Check it out here!
Emmelie de Forest DR Grand Prix Eurovision Song Contest

Listen to my new single here : http://radi.al/sanctuary Hi Everyone, here is the official lyric/audio video for Sanctuary Hope you like it :) A special thank...

1in360 project acting as San Marino national preselection has announced shortlist of the Fan Club vote for the First Wildcard of the contest. 70 candidates have made the cut.

12 of them represent Italy, 9 - Malta, 6 - Germany, 5 - UK and Sweden, 4 - Belgium, 3 - Austria, 2 - South Africa, Spain, Ireland, Armenia, Greece, and 1 candidate from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Lithuania, Portugal, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Israel, Canada, Argentina, Zimbabwe each.

During the first vote which ended on 23 November, submissions from a number of OGAE fan clubs as well as other fan communities, some of which are organized as legal entities, whiles others are Facebook groups or Twitter handles have been received. All candidates nominated by fan clubs have been included in the shortlist, except for the candidates who have withdrawn from the contest and the Wiwibloggs duo, who instead were invited to participate in the fan club vote.

From now on fan clubs will not be allowed to vote for candidates from their own country, which will ensure that the overall outcome focuses on the artists' talent rather than national affiliation. Every fan club must vote on the usual 1-12 scale until 12 a.m. London time on December 1, 2017. The final voting will be made per country, that means if more than one club from a country takes part in the vote, their points will be aggregated in a single vote. To make their votes valid fan communities that are Facebook groups or a Twitter handles, need to demonstrate some robust online discussion so that only active online communities get a chance to shape the overall outcome.

Only one winner of the fan club vote will get the Wildcard to join other finalists of the televised preselection.

Shortlist of candidates of the Fan club vote for the 1st Wildcard:

Ana Maria Ganarul Perez (Spain)
Angelika Pushnova (Belarus)
Aurora Lecis (Italy)
Ben Robertson (UK)
Benjamin Coveliers (Belgium)
Bjorn Rosier (Belgium)
Carlos Morell
Chris Beer (Austria)
Colé van Dais (South Africa)
Dan Muscat (Malta)
Dario & Grecia Bezzina (Malta)
Dario Mifsud Bonnici (Malta)
Darragh Reck (Ireland)
Davide Greco (Italy)
Dianaerika Lettieri (Italy)
Dionisis Kostis (Greece)
Domenico Caringella (Italy)
Dominic Cini (Malta)
Elisa Castells (Italy)
Elvira Michieva (Germany)
Em Appelgren (Sweden)
Emily Herbert (UK)
Emma Sandström (Finland)
Ending Sequence (Spain)
Franklin Calleja (Malta)
Gail Attard (Malta)
GLORIA ZACCARIA (Italy)
HIlary Smile (Italy)
Isabelle Larm (Germany)
Italove (Sweden)
Jan Vehar (Slovenia)
Jenifer Besky (Germany)
Joena Steyaert (Belgium)
Jonas Hedqvist (Sweden)
Judah Gavra (Israel)
Julia Traser (Italy)
Justinas Stanislovaitis (Lithuania)
Karl William Lund (UK)
Kirsten Collins (Canada)
Luke Smith (UK)
Lyosha Dontsov (Ukraine)
Mada Ngoleka (Ireland)
Mahan Moin (Sweden)
Malcolm Pisani (Malta)
Maria Cassar (Malta)
Melissa Perilli (Germany)
Michele Imberti (Italy)
Miss Bliss (Austria)
Monika Ivkic (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Olivier Kaye (Belgium)
Ozzy Lino (Malta)
Pasqualino Alberto Leone (Italy)
Pierpaolo Tieri (Italy)
Rick Jurthe (Germany)
Romeo Lewis (UK)
Sada Vidoo (Denmark)
Safael Mishi (Azerbaijan)
Sara de Blue (Austria)
Sebastian Schmidt (Germany)
Silvia Vicinelli (Italy)
Sona Dunoyan (Armenia)
Stavros Pilichos (Greece)
Steven Sterling (South Africa)
Syuzanna Melqonyan (Armenia)
Tiago Braga (Portugal)
Tinashe Makura (Zimbabwe)
Vell Baria (Philippines)
Victoria Pederssen (Norway)
Yana Glushak-Sirena (Russia)
Ylva & Linda Persson (Sweden)

More info: http://esckaz.com/2018/smr.htm

1 in 360 | Eurovision 2018 | San Marino | London | FAN VOTE

1 in 360 | Eurovision 2018 | San Marino | London | FAN VOTE

1 in 360 is an online talent show aimed at finding the internet candidate and San Marino's official representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.

Help Anja Nissen in her fight against an unknown artist who is stealing her music. Find out all the details below! #Eurovision #Denmark

Anja Nissen needs YOUR help to stop unknown artist from stealing her music

Anja Nissen needs YOUR help to stop unknown artist from stealing her music

Anja Nissen rose to fame in Europe after representing Denmark in this year's Eurovision Song Contest. The Voice of Australia winner also released a brand new EP titled Where I Am. However, today Anja discovered that

New single, new look! Emmelie de Forest has officially unveiled her newest single, "Sanctuary" 🇩🇰️ #Eurovision #Denmark

Eurovision Denmark: Emmelie de Forest returns with Sanctuary - ESCToday.com

Eurovision Denmark: Emmelie de Forest returns with Sanctuary - ESCToday.com

Eurovision news 2018: 2013 Eurovision winner Emmelie de Forest from Denmark has returned to the spotlight with a new look and a new single: Sanctuary. Emmelie de Forest took her

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