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.
The first half of the first Eurovision Song Contest semi final rehearsed their performances on the Globen stage in Stockholm.
San Marino (and Serhat) are pulling a Eurovision joke on us, but it won’t get them a win.
San Marino continues trolling the Eurovision Song Contest with Serhat’s “I Didn’t Know”.
Will San Marino’s “Chain of Lights” by Michele Perniola and Anita Simoncini be the next link in a chain of Eurovision Song Contest final appearances?
Will Montenegro’s Knez say hello to the country’s second Eurovision Song Contest final with “Adio”?
Will Lithuania bounce back “This Time” from missing the Eurovision final last year? Monika Linkytė and Vaidas Baumila will try with a toe-tapping love song.
San Marino’s finally sent an artist other than Valentina Monetta! Now they just need to find a new songwriter…
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?
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?