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ANNNA: “If you stay true to yourself, then Eurovision could be a great platform”

With a number of national selections fast approaching, we wanted to learn more about the people and personalities behind some of the entries hoping to reach Rotterdam this year. ESC United kick off their interviews for the 2020 season in Latvia, ahead of Supernova 2020 this weekend. First up, we speak to ANNNA who will be performing “Polyester”! Hello ANNNA! …

Latvia: 9 acts for Supernova 2020

In a double surprise turn of events, we got some news coming in from Latvia. Instead of 8, there will be 9 acts competing for a ticket to Rotterdam on February 8th. The second surprise is that Markus Riva, an early fan favorite, haven’t been shortlisted, thus being the first time in seven years that he won’t perform at Supernova. …

Latvia: LTV releases the 26 artists shortlisted for Supernova 2020

The Latvian broadcaster has officially revealed the 26 hopefuls fighting for the right to represent their country at Eurovision this year. For Supernova 2020 we saw a big jump in submissions, as the broadcaster received 126 songs for consideration. They whittled that list down to 28 songs for the live audition round, but it seems that 2 songs were dropped …

Eurovision Class of 2009: Where are they now? Semi-Final 2 eliminated contestants

The below editorial features the opinions and views of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of #escYOUnited as a whole, Eurovision or the EBU. As far as Eurovision is concerned, the 2010s are done and dusted. ESC United is currently running a series ranking the entrants that each country sent during the 2010s, and as we recap …

LTV reveals that 126 entries were submitted for Supernova 2020, setting new record

Things have not looked good for Latvia in Eurovision in the last few years, given that they have not qualified for the Grand Final since the 2016 contest in Stockholm. But it seems that something has changed this year, and more artists are interested in representing the Baltic country than ever before. Today the Latvian broadcaster LTV revealed that 126 …

Latvia: Supernova returns in 2020!

By every single day, we’re slowly getting a closer step to our favorite time of the year, the one that brings all of Europe together through music, and Latvia has finally decided and officially confirmed that they once again will take part in this celebration. Latvian broadcaster LTV has finally decided that they will indeed take part once again next …

Denmark Find True North and Win Eurovision Choir 2019!

[AdSense-B] As Jury Chairman John Rutter told the assembled choirs, every choir was a winner by virtue of being able to sing among the best choirs in Europe onstage at the Partille Arena, but it was Denmark’s experienced Vocal Line and their contemporary sound that won the title of Eurovision Choir 2019. Jury member Deke Sharon told Vocal Line after …

Eurovision Choir 2019 Preview: The Ten Nations Competing for Glory in Partille, Sweden

[AdSense-B] The below editorial features the opinions and views of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of #escYOUnited as a whole, Eurovision or the EBU. Last week ESC United published a basic primer of the 2nd Eurovision Choir contest to be held this Saturday, August 3, 2019, at the Partille Arena in Gothenburg, Sweden. We went over …

The Cheez-It and Boxed Wine Lovers’ Guide to Eurovision Choir 2019

[AdSense-B] The below editorial features the opinions and views of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of #escYOUnited as a whole, Eurovision or the EBU. There are two great pieces of news to come out this week to take your minds off terrible news like Trump’s racist “Go Back Home” tweets, the United Kingdom now being led …

Here are the Ten Qualifiers from Semi-Final 2! (Updated with Grand Final draw)

[AdSense-B] The votes are in, Eurovision Executive Supervisor Jon Ola Sand has given his blessing and signed off, and we have our ten qualifiers from Semi-Final 2 for the Grand Final on Saturday, May 18, 2019. They are, in order of announcement: North Macedonia: Tamara Todevska – “Proud” The Netherlands: Duncan Laurence – “Arcade” Albania: Jonida Maliqi – “Ktheju Tokes” …

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