After politicians in both Russia and Azerbaijan have reacted to speculations about voting fraud - and other countrie got offended being told that Lithuanian votes were sold, EBU surprisingly decided to respond in an atempt to put a stop to the crises.
First Emmelie captured the hearts of Denmark and later she moved on to the European ones as she won the Eurovision Song Contest. During her stay in Malmö Emmelie de Forest released her debut album. One can only qoute Julius Caesar by saying the famous words: Vini, Vidi, Vici; I came, I saw, I conquered.
Anouk's particpation for the Netherlands at Eurovision in Malmö with Birds was at the top of many Dutch fans' wishlist. She has already enjoyed a hugely successful career in the Benelux countries for many years. Her latest album Sad Singalong Songs is already flying high with the help of lead single Birds.
This year's Eurovision Song Contest was watched by 5.3 million viewers on TVE which means a market share of 33.1%. These numbers are great for Spanish standard, however, compared to last year's final it has lost more than a million viewers. Raquel del Rosario, ESDM, talks openly about their experience as well.
As reported earlier here on Eurovisionary, this year's Eurovision final proved to be a ratings smash in Denmark. But Danes weren't the only country to get into the Eurovision spirit of things, as both Norway, Sweden and The Netherlands also experienced some pretty impressive viewing figures.
This afternoon DR announced the names of the ones in charge of organising the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. As Executive Producer we find a 47 year woman with 17 years of experience in DR. DR's head of Entertainment and Head of DR event will also be deeply involved in the contest.
Denmark was the top candidate to win this year ever since the national final in January and as such high viewing figures were expected. Today they were announced showing that nearly 80% of people watching TV Saturday evening had tuned into the final of the Eurovision Song Contest.
As Emmelie de Forest and the rest of the Danish winning team returned back home it was time for a public celebration of the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest victory. The national broadcaster, DR, held a press conference where they looked back on how things went, but mainly forward towards hosting the event in 2014.
After returning home from Malmö with the Eurovision Song Contest trophy, the Danish broadcaster, DR, held a press conference for Emmelie de Forest and her winning team. In this album you can see pictures from that event.
Malmö is in party mode today, eagerly awaiting the winner of this year's contest. With two rehearsals for the final already completed, Eurovisionary was on hand to see just who would impress and who would find themselves on the right hand side of the scoreboard later tonight.
The 'Big 5' participants all performed in a special mini concert held at the Eurovision Village in Malmö. ESDM (Spain), Amandine Bourgeois (France), Cascada (Germany), Bonnie Tyler (United Kingdom) and Marco Mengoni all entertained the watching big audience.
Tomorrow evening we will know the winner of the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest, but half of the result will already be decided this evening. We take a closer look at how the second dress rehearsal, also known as the jury final, went.
Two semi-finals have been held - and today it was time for the 26 qualifiers to rehearse the final show for the first time. Who is in it with a chance to win and who should be happy just to have reached the final? We take a closer look at the winning candidates after first dress rehearsal.
The swedish producers of the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Christer Björkman & Andreas Martin Österdahl, has decided the running order for the final. France will be starting the competition while Ireland will be last out on Saturday.
In a bit over an hour she will try to bring Norway into the final of the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest. Before she takes with the stage with the song I Feed You My Love, let's refresh our video interview with her.
The group Takasa, representing Switzerland at this year's Eurovision Song Contest, found some time to answer our questions right after one of their rehearsals in Malmö and they even delighted us singing a typical Swiss song. You can see it in this video interview, which has been recorded in 3D.
This afternoon it was time for the last of the three dress rehearsals before the second semi-final kicks off tonight. 17 acts will fight to win one of the 10 places in the final. Who is it we will be seeing again on Saturday?
EuroVisionary caught up with this year's Maltese representative Gianluca Bezzina and his team and we took the opportunity to ask him some questions. In this interview he also dares to sing his favorite song in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest. Do you want to know which one it is?