The interesting for the Eurovision Song Contest in this year's host country, Azerbaijan, has been growing a lot. Something that is confirmed by the many Eurovision concerts arranged. Yesterday Mandinga from Romania was the international guest star of such a concert.
Gaitana's Eurovision Song Contest entry already have a football theme to it, but she has also released an actual support song for Euro 2012. In a tough group the Ukrainian national team now needs all the support they can get before their last match against England tonight.
Today EBU made the split result for this year's Eurovision Song Contest public. A few surprises, but Loreen from Sweden won both with the jury and the televoting. It is however clear that the Russian Party For Everybody didn't exactly include the juries.
With her new single "Come Again (The Quetzal)", that is for sale today on iTunes, Danish Soluna Samay will try once again to become Europe's darling, something she didn't quite manage at the recently held Eurovision Song Contest.
Danish broadcaster, DR, has today published the Danish jury result, which shows a clear difference between the jury and the TV viewers. The jury didn't like Russia and Iceland, but prefered countries like Moldova and Israel. Both parts do agree on Sweden and Germany though.
The twins are about to release their third studio album which features up-tempo songs such as their Eurovision hit Waterline as well as the song they co-wrote called Can't Forget You, among others. Dates have also been announced for Jedward's next Irish tour.
The Sinplus brothers tried their best with their rock anthem Unbreakable, but still did not manage to bring Switzerland out of their respective semi in Baku this year. Broadcaster Schweizer Fernsehen are first to confirm the date of their national final.
The popular show Allsång på Skansen will be aired on SVT on Tuesdays between 26 June - 14 August. The program will include performances from many Melodifestivalen stars. Here we find the most recent Eurovision winner Loreen, former winners Herreys, Agnes, Molly Sandén, Björn Ranelid, Darin, Sarah Dawn Finer, Thorsten Flinck and Tomas Ledin.
After representing Greece at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, Eleftheria Eleftheriou is about to embark on the first large-scale tour of her career and, according to the dates and locations confirmed so far, she will be visiting many cities all over Greece and Cyprus.