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Georgia: Three JESC Hopefuls Through to Ranina Final!

Three young Georgian hopefuls progressed to the Grand Final of Ranina today after last night’s Semi-Final. Andria Putkaradze, Sandro Gurgenadze and Barbara Morgoshia made it to next week’s Semi-Final, while Andria Mishvelidze and Sandro Ashotia narrowly missed out. In a Semi-Final focused on Georgian nostalgic childhood songs by pianist and composer Meri Davitashvili (1924 – 2004), with backing vocals provided …

🇽🇰 Kosovo: RTK to Submit Eurovision 2025 Application

Latest news coming to us from Kosovo: the Eurovision community has been buzzing with talks of RTK possibly submitting their Eurovision 2025 application, and plan on doing it this June. According to RTKLive, the Chairman of RTK’s Board has announced that the broadcaster will submit an application to participate in Eurovision 2025 to the European Broadcasting Union. At the recent …

ESC 2024: 163 million people tuned in over the 3 live shows

It’s been almost two weeks now since the winner of the 2024 contest was decided, and the EBU has now not long ago, just released the details surrounding this year’s competition and the traction it garnered. Record breaking year This year’s contest was hosted by the Swedish broadcaster (SVT) in Malmö. The show could be watched in all 37 participating …

JESC 2024: Several Broadcasters Opt Out of Participation!

A few days ago, it was announced that the 2024 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Madrid, Spain. The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and Spain’s national public broadcaster, Radiotelevisión Española (RTVE), are thrilled to reveal that the 22nd edition of the contest will take place in Spain later this year. This marks a historic moment, as RTVE will …

ESC 2025: Multiple host city options for Switzerland

Switzerland is known for various things, but when it comes to the Eurovision Song Contest, it is known as the birthplace of the contest. It all started in 1956, when the first ever contest was held in Lugano. Then, when the country finally achieved success once more in 1988, the contest was held in Lausanne, the following year. Could we …

Meet Sergio Jaén: The Wizard Behind Bambie Thug’s Bewitching Stage Show

When the first images and clips of Bambie Thug‘s “Doomsday Blue” rehearsal trickled out a week before this year’s first Eurovision semi-final, there was one thing practically everyone could agree on: Ireland’s staging was something special. The operatic, demonic slice of musical theater excellence wowed press and fans alike, and the buzz around “Doomsday Blue” exploded overnight. Would this non-binary, …

Georgia: Five Advance to Ranina Semi-Finals!

Five young Georgian hopefuls progressed to the Semi-Final of Ranina today after completing the foreign language fourth round. Sandro Gurgenadze, Andria Mishvelidze, Sandro Ashotia, Andria Putkaradze, and Barbara Morgoshia survived four challenging rounds and made it to next week’s Semi-Final. This week, five of the contestants performed songs in French, Portuguese, Hindi, Turkish, and English, with mastery of foreign language an …

Marina Satti’s Releases New EP P.O.P after Eurovision 2024

Marina Satti recently released her latest EP titled P.O.P, comprising seven tracks that showcase her versatility and creativity. The EP includes “ZARI”, which secured 11th place in the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, and “TUCUTUM”, her last single before the contest. Collaborating with famous Greek singers, Satti demonstrates her ability to blend traditional elements with modern music. …

Estonia 🇪🇪: It’s Anabelle Ats for Junior Eurovision 2024

Junior Eurovision 2024 now has its second artist of 2024, following the selection of Italy’s Simone Grande earlier this year. Annabelle Ats, 13, was crowned the winner at the final of ETV’s “Star Stage,” earning the right to represent Estonia in Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Spain later this year. She competed solo with a cover of “The House of …

ESC 2024: A complete list of this year’s jury

For the second year in a row, the semi-finals were purely decided by the televote – well, with the exception of San Marino – however, the final is still decided by both the jurors and the televote, which has been the case, since 2009 now. Once again this year, the EBU revealed the full list of all the jurors from …

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