Bulgaria: Confirmation of Participation

bulgariaBulgaria – After Poli Genova‘s successful 4th place in last year’s contest, Bulgaria looks set to compete again in Kyiv. According to ESCToday, an application has been submitted to BNT’s Board of Directors. Continue Reading »


Eurovision 2017: Belarus, France and Czech Republic Confirm Participation

Eurovision 2017Eurovision 2017 – Three more countries have this week confirmed their participation in Kyiv: Belarus, France and the Czech Republic. BTRC, the state broadcaster of Belarus is expected to hold a national final again. Continue Reading »

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Ireland’s Junior Eurovision Date Announced

junior eurovision 2016Junior Eurovision – As previously reported former Irish Eurovision stars Jedward (Ireland 2011, 2012) Niamh Kavanagh (1993, 2008), Linda Martin (1984,1992), Dustin The Turkey (2010) and Sandie Jones (1972) will be judging this year’s Junior Eurovision selection.  Continue Reading »


Are You Planning Your Trip to Kyiv?

kyivEurovision 2017 – Today we finally found out that Eurovision 2017 would be hosted in the capital city of Ukraine, Kyiv. Eurovision fans immediately started to book up hotels and flights so here’s a quick guide for anyone making initial plans…  Continue Reading »


Eurovision 2017 Host City Revealed! It’s Kyiv!

Eurovision 2017Eurovision 2017 – At last the big announcement has finally been made after weeks of false starts and delays. Next year’s Eurovision Song Contest will be held in the Ukrainian city of… Kyiv! We’ll bring you more news about the host city tonight.


Eurovision 2017: Host City to be Announced Tomorrow

Eurovision 2017Eurovision 2017 – A press conference has been scheduled for tomorrow at 12.00 (CET) to announce the winning Ukrainian city that will host the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Again.  After the last minute cancellation last time, we’ll try again to get a result tomorrow.  Continue Reading »

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Estonia: More Details Released about Eesti Laul

EstoniaEstonia – More details have been released about the 2017 Eesti Laul competition which will select Estonia’s Eurovision act. Non-Estonians may enter this year as part of an Estonian act or songwriting team.  Continue Reading »