The first half of the first Eurovision Song Contest semi final rehearsed their performances on the Globen stage in Stockholm.
After several fun entries in the first half of this decade, followed by a couple of disastrous ones, Moldova hopes to right the ship with “Falling Stars.”
Moldova’s hitching their wagon to Lidia Isac’s “Falling Stars.” Will it get them back to the Grand Final?
Eduard Romanyuta wants our love, but does Moldova want to make it the Eurovision finals this year?
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.
Eduard Romanyuta keeps Moldova’s hilarious and bizarre Eurovision streak alive.
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?
Belgium’s Axel Hirsoux sings the hell out of “Mother” but a good song does not necessarily equal a good entry for the Eurovision Song Contest.
Rainbows! Togetherness! Outer Space! The only thing The Shin and Mariko’s Eurovision entry for Georgia doesn’t have is cohesion.
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?