A revamped version of the Maltese entry was released to the press during a launching event that took place last night in Malta's hub to entertainment. Last month Firelight won the right to represent the country at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest.
Firelight winning the Maltese national selection and a special #JoinUs greeting from last year's Eurovision Song Contest winner, Danish Emmelie de Forest. Those are some of the things you can see in these two videos which includes interviews as well as Firelights winning celebration.
14 acts qualified from the semi-final in Malta last night. Tonight they will fight for the right to represent their country at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. Who will win? Here you can see video clips from all 14 finalists.
14 happy qualifiers made it through to the final in the 2014 Malta Eurovision Song Contest. Here you can see their emotions moments after the semi-final result was known. Tonight they will fight once more, this time in order to get the Maltese Eurovision ticket.
Yohanna enjoyed a sizeable hit after coming second with Is It True? for Iceland in 2009. The single charged into the top 20 of no fewer than 8 territories and her album Butterflies and Elvis finally managed to get an international release. She hopes to replicate the success with her newest single, released just in time for Christmas.
A Norwegian Eurovision website is claiming that Icelandic broadcaster RÚV have changed their minds and are now intent on keeping the same format for their national selection, Söngvakeppni Sjónvarpsins as used in previous years.
After the procedure had been set by the Icelandic national broadcaster Ríkisútvarpið (RÚV) in early September, the corporation's radio channel RÁS2 opened a new poll where everyone can have their say about Söngvakeppni Sjónvarpsins' 2012 edition.
Icelandic state broadcaster Ríkisútvarpið (RÚV) have released rules for the 2012 edition of Söngvakeppni Sjónvarpsins, opening for entries to be submitted. Everything indicates that RÚV intend to select their entry for Baku using the same selection process as this year, keeping in line with the format of previous years.
EuroVisionary got together with Sjonni's Friends today for a short talk about the national selection, their stay in Düsseldorf, their competitors at this year's Eurovision Song Contest, Selma and then you can hear a double chorus of their entry in both Icelandic and English.
What should have been the second Icelandic press conference turned into a fabulous Eurovision party with Sjonni's Friends as our hosts. Judging by the reaction by the press we are very likely to be going to Reykjavík next year as they received the biggest ever applause here in Düsseldorf.