With Australia set to uniformly decide who will represent us at the Eurovision song contest, I feel there’s only one man for the job. So, what about he?
Well, it’s official. The citizens of those countries who performed at Eurovision actually had a noticeable increase in their wellbeing. Cheers, Jess.
We came, we saw, we almost conquered Eurovision. Sequined hats off to Dami Im for doing us proud, but congrats go to Ukraine. Spoiler Alert!
With Justin Timberlake set to perform at Eurovision this year, we’re saying “Nah.” Because he’s far too good. That’s not what Eurovision is.
Marian King gives her FULL RUNDOWN, squeals and all, from Eurovision 2015, and it’s SWEDEN SWEDEN SWEEEEEEDENNNNN…if you didn’t already know.
Glen Falkenstein may love reviewing films (and we love his film reviews!), but he couldn’t help offer up his Eurovision wrap for 2015 because the drama and dazzle are just about as good as any film…well…kinda…
So, you’re going to show your non-support of Russia by booing their Eurovision entry this year? With fancy anti-booing technology on the cards, Tim Chandler suggests you think again. The Eurovision Song Contest has taken the extraordinary measure of installing anti-booing technology as a Plan B to any unfavourable audience reactions – mainly towards Russia. Russia wasn’t the crowd favourite at…
Power chords, key changes, fluoro, hair gel, synths – Eurovision 2015 is here, and the comp that made Jedward and ABBA famous has an honorary entrant in Australia, with a chance for Eurovision glory.
Australia moved a step closer to Europe today with announcement that the 60th Birthday of Eurovision will have Aussie voices lining up to take the coveted musical crown.