Albania was the first to select for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. Will the revamped “Fairytale” by Eneda Tarifa lead the country to its second final in a row?
And so it begins: the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest selection season! Albania’s Eneda Tarifa will be going to Stockholm with some version of “Përrallë” (“Fairytale”).
Sixteen countries competed in Tuesday’s semi-final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Which ones will continue to party in Saturday’s Grand Final?
Elhaida Dani’s “I’m Alive” is giving Albania life in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Will the song pull the country out of its slump?
Albania’s Festivali i Këngës selected Elhaida Dani’s “Diell” to represent the country at 2015’s Eurovision Song Contest. Will the song sound the same by the time it gets to Vienna in May?
It wouldn’t be the Eurovision Song Contest without an über Power Ballad. “Undo” by Sweden’s Sanna Nielsen takes on the challenge, but is it a shoo-in for the final?
It wouldn’t be Eurovision without a song about everyone just getting along. Enter Iceland’s Pollapönk with their punk-infused track “No Prejudice.” Will audiences get along with this song?
Albania’s Hersi will be working with an English translation for her song “One Night’s Anger.” Will her unique vocal tone be enough to overcome an overworked Eurovision entry?
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).”