When the Netherlands on Saturday kicks off for their new entertainment programme where well known names will be competing on diving skills a former Eurovision Song Contest participant will be hosting it, yet another one will be taking part - and joined by a Junior Eurovision Song Contest winner.
After My Impossible Dream failed to impress at the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev, Glennis Grace's career took something of a nosedive. Miracles do happen however, and last year she experienced a formidable comeback. With a new single and album out, plus a sell out concert, the future is looking rosy for Ms Grace.
He represented the Netherlands at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest as a part of The Toppers, but Jeroen van der Boom continues with his succesful solo career. The second single from his forthcoming album, produced in Sweden, has just been released.
If you find yourself in Amsterdam this summer at a loose end with nothing better to do on a Sunday, then you should definitely make your way to Museumplein on the 25th and the 26th of that month as you will have the opportunity to get up close and personal to a number of Eurovision stars.
Speculation reached fever pitch when John De Mol, producer of this year's Nationaal Songfestival recently stated that he would gladly contact Dutch superstar Anouk in the hope of attracting her to take part in the national selection. Anouk reveals however a slightly different side of the story on her website.
3JS, the trio that represented the Netherlands at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest and failed to live up to the Dutch expectations have just released a new single titled Voor Eens En Altijd. A freshly recorded live concert DVD will hit the stores later this year.
As this year's Eurovision Song Contest has ended a lot of our visitors will probably be following their national team at Euro 2012. EuroVisionary bring you here a quick overview of the results so far - and the maches to come - while you are checking all the news from the word of Eurovision.
Pierre Kartner, the man who brought us (or some might say unleashed upon us) Sieneke's Ik Ben Verliefd (Sha-La-Lie) as well as hits under the guise of Father Abraham with the Smurfs in the 70's is the latest to announce his interest in next year's Dutch selection, the Nationaal Songfestival.
After two lost matches at the Euro 2012 things are not looking to bright for the Dutch national team. Lenny Kuhr has now performed with a satirical version of her 1969 Eurovision Song Contest entry over this topic. The lyrics are aimed at the Dutch star Mark van Bommel who is not delivering up to his standard.