Tag Archive | Eurovision Song Contest

London Eurovision Party: Acts Announced to Date

London Eurovision Party – It will soon be the start of the preview party season, and this year’s London Party has announced several guests to date. The London Eurovision Party is back for its 12th year, returning to the iconic Café de Paris on Sunday 14th April.

Eurovision 2019: Betting odds on all 41 songs

Eurovision 2019 – All 41 songs that will compete in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest 2019 are now known. The betting odds have The Netherlands in the lead, followed by Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and Italy.

Israel: Demo of ‘Home’ Leaks Online

Israel – A little ahead of schedule today,  a demo of the Israeli entry ‘Home‘, sung by the songwriter Ohad Shragai seems to have leaked online. Kobi Marimi will perform it in Tel Aviv and his version will be revealed later today.

Poland: Tulia Confirm Pali Się (Fire Of Love) for Eurovision

Poland – It has been confirmed today that Tulia will indeed be singing Pali się (Fire of Love) in Tel Aviv. Rumours had been circulating over the last week that this would be their entry.

Azerbaijan: It’s Chingiz to Tel Aviv!

Azerbaijan – The representative for Azerbaijan was today announced as Chingiz. His song, ‘Truth‘, was written by Borislav Milanov, Trey Campbell, Bo J, Pablo Dinero, Hostess and Chingiz. See what you think by watching the official video…

France: Bilal Hassani Meets Tel Aviv LGBTQ Community

France – Bilal Hassani, who will represent France at the Eurovision Song Contest with ‘Roi‘, arrived in Tel Aviv this past weekend to film his “Postcard”, a short clip that will accompany his Eurovision performance. He also attended a gathering with members of the LGBT community in Tel Aviv.

Eurovision Ticket Sales Suspended

Eurovision 2019 –  Concerns have been raised about irregularities in the process of Eurovision ticket sales as it appears that the best seats in the hall have been sold to senior communications and sports officials instead of the general public. Broadcaster KAN has ordered no more sales whilst an investigation is undertaken.