Welcome to the latest edition of our news round-up series which takes a look back at the Eurovision news headlines from the past seven days. Here you’ll find all the important news! Whether you need to catch-up or to remind yourself what has happened in the Eurovision world, this is the article for you. Want to read more? You can access the full articles by clicking on them.
Bulgaria withdraws from Eurovision
Shock news alert! Bulgaria won’t be participating in Tel Aviv. Official statement is imminent but in the meantime…
RTVE to open submissions for Spanish entries next month
RTVE has announced that songwriters will be able to submit entries to the Spanish broadcaster between 1st November and 15th November. In addition to the submissions, RTVE will also invite established authors to submit entries.
Armenia 2019 Participation confirmed
Armenia’s broadcaster AMPTV has confirmed that the country will participate at Tel Aviv 2019.
Australia Decides to select entry on February 9th
After teasing a change of plans for the contest, SBS has announced that Eurovision: Australia Decides will be hosted in order to select their entry for their upcoming 2019 contest.
Romania: Multi-city Selectia Nationala likely to return in 2019
Following on from the news that Romania will participate at Eurovision 2019, local media reports suggest that the country is set to use a multi-city national final (Selectia Nationala) to pick their 20th entrant.
Junior Eurovision: news continues to develop…
Tickets for Junior Eurovision 2018 have SOLD OUT.
Italy may have been secretive about Junior Eurovision this year, but not anymore! Yesterday, Junior Eurovision YouTube channel released “What is Love”, the Italian entry for Minsk.
13-year old Manw impressed the viewers and the audience at Llandudno’s Venue Cymru this evening with her performance of “Hi yw y Berta”, meaning she took the victory and will now represent Wales in Minsk.
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