Friday provided a clearer separation of the wheat from the chaff as all eighteen performers from Semifinal 1 took to the Eurovision stage for their second rehearsals.
Tuesday saw ten more countries rehearsing for the first time on Stockholm’s Eurovision Song Contest stage.
If the jury rewards Estonia’s powerful songwriting for “Play”, will that be enough to get Jüri Pootsmann to the Eurovision final?
Estonia builds on its Eurovision momentum from last year by choosing “Play” by Juri Pootsmann for Stockholm. Are we all in for Tallinn?
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?
We close out our Eurovision 2015 coverage of the first semi-final with “Goodbye to Yesterday” by Elina Born & Stig Rästa. Will Estonia ride its status as favorite all the way to the top of the scoreboard?
The Netherlands attempts to “Walk Along” to its third Eurovision Song Contest final in a row with Trijntje Oosterhuis. Are the Dutch establishing a new trend (aside from all the duets this year)?
Sixteen countries competed in Tuesday’s Eurovision Song Contest semi-final, but only ten advanced to Saturday’s Grand Final. Who advanced and what shockers occurred when the results were revealed?
Estonia’s Tanja will sing “Amazing” at the Eurovision Song Contest. Is this track too similar to 2012 winner “Euphoria” or could this entry be a surprise on the scoreboard?
Maybe San Marino will finally make it to the Eurovision Song Contest final with “Maybe” by Valentina Monetta. For the third time to be a charm, it may require some errors from ESC heavyweights.