Vilija Mataciunaite’s song for Eurovision isn’t enough of an “Attention” stealer to give Lithuania a win.
Moldova taps into dubstep and overwrought lyrics with its Eurovision Song Contest entry “Wild Soul” by Cristina Scarlat. Will Europe respond to this style the way it did in 2013?
Finland found “Something Better” in Softengine’s entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Is it the best in the second semi-final?
Does Ireland’s Eurovision entry still have a pulse, or could Can-Linn and Kasey Smith’s “Heartbeat” be DOA?
Will Austria’s Conchita Wurst “Rise” above the Eurovision competition, or get caught by the online flames?
Lithuania’s choice of “Attention” by Vilija Matačiūnaitė is another example of the skill the country has at modernizing non-contemporary tracks for the Eurovision Song Contest.