Participants in 2014
- F.Y.R. Macedonia
- San Marino
- The Netherlands
- United Kingdom
For the first time in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest three women are in charge for hosting the shows. The Austrian broadcaster ORF has explained the reasoning behind their decision.» Read more
Conchita Wurst scores another victory as according to Google Trends, the winner of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest was one of the main stories of this year worldwide.» Read more
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Cyprus held their third show in the Eurovision Song Project, which is the method of selecting the Cypriot entry for the 2015 edition of Europe's Favourite Tv Show, and four more songs made it through to the Eurochallenge stage of the competition. It will culminate in the final to be staged on the 1st of February 2015.
It is with deep regret that we announce that Austria's first winner of the Eurovision Song Contest, Udo Jürgens has died today at the age of 80. The three time entrant as a singer, won the 1966 edition of Europe's Favourite TV Show with his own co-composed song, Merci, Chérie and sold more than 100 million records.
The 20 acts that will participate in the "CAMPIONI" (established artists) category at the next edition of the Italian Song Contest, Sanremo 2015, are now confirmed. The winner of this section of the contest will have the right to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna.
For the first time in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest three women are in charge for hosting the shows. The Austrian broadcaster ORF has explained the reasoning behind their decision.
Today, the hosts of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest have been revealed. We can now tell you it’s Mirjam Weichselbraun, Alice Tumler and Arabella Kiesbauer to guide Europe through the 60th edition. And yes, the Green Room host will be Conchita Wurst!