Tonight: Recording of Eurovision's Greatest Hits
It's been a busy couple of days at the Eventim Apollo theatre in London with rehearsals and press interviews but tonight the Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits will be recorded ahead of being broadcast from Friday onwards in many countries across the continent.
From Anne-Marie David in 1973 to Conchita Wurst in 2014, 15 acts from Eurovision Song Contest past and Eurovision present will take to the impressive stage at the Eventim Apollo in London's Hammersmith district.
The full line-up is as follows (in order of appearance at Eurovision):
- Anne Marie-David (Luxembourg 1973)
- Brotherhood of Man (United Kingdom 1976)
- Johnny Logan (Ireland 1980 & 1987)
- Nicole (Germany 1982)
- Herreys (Sweden 1984)
- Bobbysocks (Norway 1985)
- Dana International (Israel 1998)
- Olsen Brothers (Denmark 2000)
- Natasha St-Pier (France 2001)
- Rosa López (Spain 2002)
- Lordi (Finland 2006)
- Dima Bilan (Russia 2006 & 2008)
- Loreen (Sweden 2012)
- Emmelie De Forest (Denmark 2013)
- Conchita Wurst (Austria 2014)
What's been happening in London?
We have been busy in London and you have a lot of great content to look forward to in the near future! However, here are a few snapshots of what has been going on during the past couple of days:
Queen Conchita is in the house!
This where the magic will happen! Check out the stage in the Eventim Apollo!
Lordi is still scary
Loreen's got a message for you
A legend has arrived
Not only teardrops
Russian King of Pop
On the wings of love
She's still got it
A few surprises
Host broadcaster of the Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits, the BBC, have told us we can expect some surprises during the show. What will they be? We will soon find out!
Where to watch?
Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits will be broadcast in the following countries:
- Albania (RTSH) - Sunday, 5th of April
- Australia (SBS) - Saturday, 16th of May
- Austria (ORF) - Friday, 22nd of May
- Belgium (VRT) - Saturday, 4th of April
- Belgium (RTBF) - Tuesday, 12th of May
- Bulgaria (BNT) - Monday, 13th of April
- Denmark (DR) - Saturday, 16th of May
- Estonia (ERR) - Friday, 22nd of May
- Finland (YLE) - Saturday, 11th of April
- Greece (NERIT) - Saturday, 16th of May
- Iceland (RUV) - Saturday, 4th of April
- Ireland (RTE) - Friday, 3rd of April
- Israel (IBA) - Saturday, 11th of April
- Norway (NRK) - Saturday, 4th of April
- Portugal (RTP) - Sunday, 26th of April
- Romania (TVR) - Sunday, 12th of April
- Russia (C1R) - Sunday, 5th of April
- San Marino (SMRTV) - Sunday, 5th of April
- Serbia (RTS) - TBC
- Slovenia (RTVSLO) - Saturday, 2nd of May
- Spain (TVE) - TBA
- Sweden (SVT) - Saturday, 4th of April
- Switzerland (SRF) - Tuesday 19th & Thursday, 21st of May
More countries might appear in this list soon, stay tuned!