The official fan club of the Eurovision Song Contest, OGAE, has opened its annual poll to predict the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest winner. Loreen was in the lead after 6 clubs votes, we have reached 14 out of 41 club results but nothing has changed in the leader's position.
London's Shadow Lounge was once again a venue to what has become an important annual event on the route of the Eurovision circus. A packed house saw a host of past and present Eurovision stars prove that they have what it takes in front of an enthusiastic audience.
The UK branch of OGAE is one of the larger fan clubs in Europe, and each year holds a its Boom Bang-a-Bang party. This gives fans a chance to mull over the current year's crop up songs. Which ones would get their seal of approval?
In a few days Engelbert Humberdinck will give a concert in Washington where his 2012 Eurovision Song Contest entry will be performed. Tickets for the webcast is available so also fans in Europe will get the chance to watch it live.
Today came the moment many had been waiting for; the reveal of the song Engelbert Humperdinck will be singing at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest representing the United Kingdom. Can Love Will Set You Free make it all the way to the top?
It was claimed today that popular Australian singer and actor, Jason Donovan, was asked to sing for United Kingdom at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest before the selection of Engelbert Humperdinck. The comments were made on a British radio show he was co-hosting on Heart FM station.
As was revealed last week on Eurovisionary, veteran performer Engelbert Humperdinck will perform for the United Kingdom at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest on 26 May in Baku. We take a look at a major music industry star of the last 45 years.
British broadcaster, BBC, have finally revealed what many have been waiting for. It will be Engelbert Humperdinck to fly the British flag in Baku, but it took a whole day of fans guessing on the various hints revealed before the announcement came this evening.
The EBU has announced that a total of 43 countries will participate in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Baku the next 22, 24 and 26 of May. It confirms the participation of Armenia, the return of Montenegro after three years of absence and the withdrawal of Poland.