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?
As it turns out, Georgia isn’t the only country with a “Warrior” in the Eurovision Song Contest. Who wins the war?
It may be “Time” for Belarus to make a move in the Eurovision Song Contest, as the track by Uzari and Maimuna may be the country’s strongest entry ever.
Is it Switzerland’s “Time to Shine” at the Eurovision Song Contest? Melanie Rene’s entry tip-toes on the edge of success.
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)?
The latest entry for Eurovision 2015 comes from Georgia, who have selected Nina Sublatti’s “Warrior.”
Rainbows! Togetherness! Outer Space! The only thing The Shin and Mariko’s Eurovision entry for Georgia doesn’t have is cohesion.
Can Donatan and Cleo’s ode to Poland’s “Slavic Girls” make the Eurovision Grand Final after two years away?
For Teo and Belarus, this year’s Eurovision category is: CHEESECAKE!
Georgia stretches the definition of “song” for the Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Three Minutes to Earth” by The Shin & Mariko.