Italy has changed up its approach to the Eurovision Song Contest this year, bypassing the Sanremo festival and selecting internally Emma Marrone and her song “La Mia Città” (“My City”).
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We are finally getting some structure to the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest with the assignment of semi-finals to the 37 countries competing this year in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Belarus became the third country to make its selection for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest Friday when it selected “Cheesecake” by pop singer TEO. Did the country make a good choice?
Sometimes reading tweets about last night’s TV is more entertaining than the programs you were live-tweeting. Enter @GoodTVeets, a compendium of hilarious observations.
Over the weekend, Albania held its 52nd Annual Festivali i Këngës, which serves as the country’s selection mechanism for Eurovision. The winner: Herciana Matmuja’s “Zemërimi i një nate (One Night’s Anger).”
It’s the best annual holiday tradition: the free streaming of Pee-wee’s Christmas Special.
The 2014 Eurovision Song Contest has officially begun with Ukraine’s selection of “Tick-Tock” by Maria Yaremchuk. Here are some first impressions of the track.
Sweden knows how to put on a show. They were ready to host the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest thanks to the song “Euphoria,” and we heard a new version this year.
This past Friday was the participation deadline for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. Who will be joining the Big 5 and Denmark in Copenhagen in the quest to host the 2015 Contest?