France – On Sunday March 2nd, Natasha St. Pier announced on Le Chanson D’Abord that Twin Twin beat off competition from Destan and Joanna and won the right to represent the country in Copenhagen. Read on to find out more about them.
Eurovision Times – This weekend was particularly look for us, as the many national finals, among which three in popular Scandinavia, made it possible for a ground breaking record of comments in a single article related only on national finals! Continue Reading »
Belgium – The third Belgian Eurosong semi-final was held tonight with two artists going through to the final and two eliminated. The results were decided by a 50/50 jury and televote. The final line-up is now complete with 6 entries to fight in the grand final next week! Continue Reading »
Norway – NRK resumed the national final to select its entry to Copenhagen. The new format of Norsk Melodi Grand Prix sees three semifinals in a row take place, before a final the following week. So tonight the third semifinal took place with three songs qualifying in the final. Continue Reading »
Belgium – The third Belgian Eurosong semi-final will be held tonight. We will hear more potential songs for Copenhagen from Belgium as the four contestants performing tonight present their songs. Voting will be 50% jury and 50% televote. Continue Reading »
Montenegro – When they decided to stay after two somewhat daring entries that failed to qualify, RTCG decided to keep the internal decision. The broadcaster broadcasst a special show to premier the song today at 21:00 CET! Discover the song live here! Continue Reading »
Portugal – RTP returns to the contest after skipping the 2013 edition. Naturally, Festival da Canção was picked to select the entry for Copenhagen. A semifinal was hosted tonight for the ten songs taking part and only five them made it to the grand final, to be held next weekend! Continue Reading »