Julia Samoylova will get the opportunity to represent Russia after all, it’s been confirmed.
Continue reading Banned Russian candidate Julia Samoylova to represent Russia next year.
43 have become 42! Russia is out! Russian state broadcaster, Channel One, has confirmed it will not broadcast the contest, held in Kyiv. Continue reading Russia withdraws from Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev.
After sitting one out in 2013, Cyprus have come back and qualified for the Eurovision finals the last two years. They’re yet to crack the top five so all odds lay in the hands of Hovig. Continue reading Hoping to be your gravity in May; Hovig represents Cyprus at Eurovision
We’re just about half way through the line up of entries taking part at the Eurovision Song Contest. Ready for a very pleasant surprise Jana Burčeska from the FYR Macedonia? Continue reading A Pop surprise from FYR Macedonia; Jana Burčeska won’t be dancing alone in Kyiv
Belarus is still a relatively young state in the Eurovision Song Contest. They’ve joined in 2004, but it’s taken them 13 years to debut their national language; meet the duo who are taking care of that; Naviband. Continue reading NaviBand premiere Belarusian at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest