After sending the more sedate ByeAlex to the Contest last year, Hungary picked Kállay-Saunders to represent them in Copenhagen. Will “Running” keep them in the running for the prize this year?
The first fully internal selection for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest was presented Saturday by FYR Macedonia’s Tihana Dapcevic: the pop song “To the Sky”.
Iceland has never won the Eurovision Song Contest. Will Pollapönk’s peppy “Enga Fordóma” finally bring them a victory?
Malta selected the pop-folk track “Coming Home” by Firelight to represent the island at the Eurovision Song Contest. What can the country do to make sure it succeeds in Copenhagen?
Switzerland continues to stick with what isn’t working in its Eurovision Song Contest selections. SeBAlter’s “Hunter of Stars” continues the trend of middle-of-the-road blandness.
Finland may have the first real contender in Copenhagen with their Eurovision Song Contest entry “Something Better” by the rock band Softengine.
Italy has changed up its approach to the Eurovision Song Contest this year, bypassing the Sanremo festival and selecting internally Emma Marrone and her song “La Mia Città” (“My City”).
Belarus became the third country to make its selection for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest Friday when it selected “Cheesecake” by pop singer TEO. Did the country make a good choice?
Over the weekend, Albania held its 52nd Annual Festivali i Këngës, which serves as the country’s selection mechanism for Eurovision. The winner: Herciana Matmuja’s “Zemërimi i një nate (One Night’s Anger).”
The 2014 Eurovision Song Contest has officially begun with Ukraine’s selection of “Tick-Tock” by Maria Yaremchuk. Here are some first impressions of the track.