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.
After doubts they’d be in the Eurovision Song Contest this year, Greece has submitted “One Last Breath”. Does it leave us gasping for more?
Germany was thrown a curveball when the runner-up of its Eurovision selection process became the representative. Does “Black Smoke” by Ann Sophie stand a chance of winning?
Eduard Romanyuta keeps Moldova’s hilarious and bizarre Eurovision streak alive.
It feels like Slovenia has a decent entry in the Eurovision Song Contest, if they can edit down their presentation.
Good luck finding a copy of this song through the usual channels!
Finland will be a country to watch out for at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, as they are winning the “behind the music” story contest.
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!
Is Il Volo’s “Grande Amore” Italy’s big chance to win the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest?