Eurovision 2015 – ORF Director Alexander Wrabetz has confirmed that websites advertising ESC 2015 tickets are not authorised. Ticketswien.at and worldticketshop.at show tickets for between 399 and 999 Euros. Mr Wrabetz said that ticket selling would probably start in November.
France – It’s rather big news for the Big 5 country: France 3 hands back the contest to France 2, in charge between 1983 and 1998, a much bigger channel, in hope to restore the esteem of the contest in France, and bring more interest and hopefully better results. Continue Reading »
Malta – 2009 winner, Alexander Rybak, has got the gossip machine in overdrive by saying he is writing a song for a potential Maltese entrant, Franklin. Franklin came 7th in last year’s MESC and appears to want to continue his quest to represent his country. Continue Reading »
Former Participants – Former Eurovision Song Contest winner, Emmelie de Forest, has released a new single called ‘Drunk tonight‘ and strips off for the official video which has been revealed today. Have a look at her latest offering and let us know what you think. Continue Reading »
Former Participants – As the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge goes viral, it was inevitable that some Eurovision stars would be nominated. So who has done one so far? Check out the videos and find out… Continue Reading »
Belgium – Roberto Bellarosa who represented Belgium in 2013 has released a new single from his upcoming, and not yet titled new album. “Agathe” is Roberto’s second song to be released after reaching the final in Malmo following “Suivre mon étoile” that was released last year.
ETSC – After a very successful first edition of the Eurovision Times Song Contest for July 2014, this Summer will see a second (and last for the year) edition of our online game of make-believe Eurovision: the August 2014 edition hosted from Paris, France! 37 of us played, the results are in and we have a winner! Continue Reading »