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Today EBU and the 2014 host broadcaster, DR, announced the running order for the two semi-finals that will take place on the 6th and 8th of May. Armenia opens semi-final 1, while Malta will have the honour of kicking the second one off. Hungary and Romania closes each of their semi-finals.
Maria Yaremchuk will represent Ukraine in the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest. She will compete in the first semi-final on the 6th May with the song Tick-Tock. Maria recently spoke to EuroVisionary about her plans ahead of Copenhagen.
Although winner of Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix Carl Espen is proving to be extremely popular abroad, dark clouds have gathered on NRK's Eurovision horizon - audience figures for this year's final have seen a sharp decrease. Could Melodi Grand Prix be losing its pulling power in Norway?
The Austrian entry for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest was presented today - and many fans are in for a bit of a surprise as drag act Conchita Wurst will come to Copenhagen with the powerballad of the year. Their entry is titled Rise Like A Phoenix.
The first rehearsals starts in little over a month, and today at the Head of Delegation meeting in Copenhagen all the 2014 entries were officially submitted to the EBU. Denmark's starting position in the final was drawn and provisionary dates for the 2015 contest was set.
In was new in this year's Icelandic final that the artist had to choose which language they will perform in for the Eurovision Song Contest. Pollapönk won with a bilungual version of their entry, but the official video released is 100% in English, implying the viewers were lied to.
The final of the Portuguese national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, Festival Da Canção, was held tonight. A total of five acts were vying to represent Portugal in Copenhagen, but only the favourite from the audience would have that honour and it was Suzy with Quero Ser Tua.
The Norwegian preselection has been gathering momentum over the past week and culminated this evening with the grand final from Oslo Spektrum. Nine acts waited nervously in the wings until their time came to take to the stage and shine. It was Carl Espen who emerged victorious from tonight's superfinal and will carry the hopes of Norway to Copenhagen.
Tolmachevy Twins has now officially beeen announced as the act that will represent Russia in the next Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen in May. The Russian sisters who won the 2006 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will now move up into the senior contest.