London Eurovision Party adds Germany to the Bill

London Eurovision Party 2015London Eurovision Party Ann Sophie, the German representative at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, is the latest contestant announced to perform at 2015 London Eurovision Party on 26th April.

Also announced was Ray Caruana (UK 1989). He was the lead singer of the band Live Report, who finished second at Lausanne with the song ‘Why do I always get it wrong?

The full line-up to date is:

Melanie Rene of Switzerland
John Karagiannis of Cyprus
Marta Jandová and Václav Noid Barta of the Czech Rebublic
Aminata Savadogo of Latvia
The Makemakes of Austria
Eduard Romanyuta of Moldova
Maria-Elena Kyriakou of Greece
Måns Zelmerlöw of Sweden
Knez of Montenegro
Guy Sebastian
of Australia
Amber of Malta
Ann Sophie of Germany

The night will be headlined by UK entrant Electric Velvet.

Also appearing alongside Ray Caruana (UK 1989) will be Christer Bjorkman (Sweden 1992), Kurt Calleja (Malta 2012), Conchita Wurst (Austria 2014) and UK X Factor star Kitty Brucknell who entered this year for Switzerland and Moldova.

Hosting the event once again are the dynamic duo, Eurovision starlet and fan favourite Nicki French (UK 2000) with a myriad of dress changes and a glass of wine in hand, and BBC commentator and radio presenter Paddy O’Connell.

See more details at http://www.londoneurovision.com. Tickets are available here. It sold out last year, so don’t miss out.

See our review of last year’s press event here.

3 comments on “London Eurovision Party adds Germany to the Bill

  1. Ann Sophie is the first German representative who seems to be really enthusiastic about ESC. For Lena, Roman, Cascada and Elaiza ESC was exclusively about Saturday night. It almost was as if there wasn’t anything else to ESC. Thanks Ann Sophie. :)

  2. Still holding out for Molly Sterling :P:P:P

  3. Oh, Ray Caruana is there. Great! He’s one of my favourite singers from UK, and “Why do I always get it wrong” is one of my favourite songs from them. Great combo! I also love his “Scarlet song” from the Maltese NF in 1994.

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