France follows their own drummer when it comes to Eurovision entries. Do they have the right beat this year?
Hulu, Netflix, Amazon… television isn’t just on your television anymore.
The United Kingdom has changed up its strategy for the Eurovision Song Contest by selecting the up-and-coming artist Molly and her song “Children of the Universe” written specifically for the Contest.
Ireland taps into tradition with its Eurovision Song Contest entry with “Heartbeat” by Can-linn featuring Kasey Smith. However, the track may be borrowing too much from others to generate its own pulse.
It’s more upbeat than last year’s entry, but is this year’s Estonian entry too much of a copycat?
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.
Let’s be honest – nothing was going to top the train from last week.
Spain has chosen their performer for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. Will Europe be up for “Dancing in the Rain” with Ruth Lorenzo?
Latvia’s Arazemnieki is bringing more pop-folk flavor to Copenhagen with their song “Cake to Bake”. Will it rise or fall flat come Semifinal 1?
After sending the more sedate ByeAlex to the Contest last year, Hungary picked Kállay-Saunders to represent them in Copenhagen. Will “Running” keep them in the running for the prize this year?
The first fully internal selection for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest was presented Saturday by FYR Macedonia’s Tihana Dapcevic: the pop song “To the Sky”.