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.
Today the Georgian entry for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest has been presented. Three Minutes To Earth is one of these songs which add variety to the contest and it can be described as a folk song with a modern sound far from traditional.
Georgia is the second country from the Caucasus region to confirm its entrant for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, following an announcement from Armenia on New Year's Eve. The Shin and Mariko Ebralidze are to follow in the footsteps of Nodi Tatishvili and Sophie Gelovani to become Georgia's seventh entrant at the contest.
Today the traditional allocation draw was held in order to determine which countries will compete in which semi-final. In other words: It is time to start analysing and guessing on who will in the end qualify for the final and who might not make it.
On Monday, the 20th of January the allocation draw for Eurovision 2014 will take place. A live broadcast will happen directly from Copenhagen's town hall. Six pots for the two semi-finals have been announced.
Would Greece be in or out? That was one of the questions that got answered today when the list of participating countries for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest was announced. And yes, Greece is among the minimum 36 countries we shall see in Copenhagen in May.
The 11th Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held this evening in Kyiv with twelve countries taking part. Gaia Cauchi from Malta received a total of 130 points with the song The Start making her the winner. Host country Ukraine finished second Belarus came in third.
Nodi & Sophie sang the beautiful Waterfall at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest representing Georgia. Now they are to be a part of a unique Georgian Show and tour around Europe including Germany, France and Luxembourg.
The Smile Shop were recently selected internally to represent Georgia at the 2013 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Ukraine on 30 November 2013. The Georgian broadcaster, GPB, has released the official preview video for the song, Give Me Your Smile.
The sextet that was elected last summer to represent Georgia at the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest has finally got a name. They will be called The Smile Shop and they will be singing Give Me Your Smile in Kyiv.