In the name of Poland, Monika Kuszyńska will present “In the Name of Love” (no — not that one!) in Vienna.
Like its smaller eastern neighbor Moldova, Romania doesn’t shy away from weird.
Eduard Romanyuta keeps Moldova’s hilarious and bizarre Eurovision streak alive.
Good luck finding a copy of this song through the usual channels!
War protest songs are great for doing reasonably well, while virtually guaranteeing you won’t have to host next year’s contest. Good job, country whose name means ten arrows!
After a couple of disappointing years for the Eurovision Song Contest’s winningest country, Molly Sterling looks to get Ireland back on track.
Lithuania does not have a healthy Eurovision track record, and this year’s entry doesn’t hold much better promise. At least it’s not another mediocre ballad?
Could this be the year that Cyprus cracks the top ten again?
France wants to make sure you “N’oubliez pas” their entry by Lisa Angell at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
The latest entry for Eurovision 2015 comes from Georgia, who have selected Nina Sublatti’s “Warrior.”