Music sensation and the Queen of pop, Madonna will perform live at the Eurovision Song Contest! She will take part at the Grand Final on May 18th, most likely, during the interval act. Host broadcaster, KAN, confirmed this news earlier today.
Take a look at this cute video Israeli broadcaster KAN shared following concerns by Eurovision fans who are planning to attend the show in Tel Aviv and, and after a couple of recent rocket attacks on Israel.
Who is your Eurovision Song Contest celebrity look slike? The 2019 Presenting Partner, the leading global family history and DNA company MyHeritage, has launched this fun and interactive Eurovision Look-alike App.
It’s official. The running order of each of the semi finals is now revealed. Cyprus got the honor of opening the first semi final while Azerbaijan will conclude the second semi final. The running order is determined by the producers of the show, and is approved by the Executive Supervisor and the Chair of the Reference Group.
For the first time, Israel is calling all developers and startups to develop new ways to access and enjoy the Eurovision song Contest as well as other live broadcasts. The best solutions will be considered for a pilot by KAN and the European Broadcasting Union - and can enter every European household!
It’s the first day of Passover. It’s Easter weekend. And it’s our Annual ESC Countdown Gala where we will celebrate and dance to this year’s entries (and of course, our all time ESC and Schlager favorites).
EurovisoNYC and NYC Gay Craft Beer Lovers had the honor and pleasure of celebrating this year’s St. Patrick’s with Mr. Ryan O’Shaunghnessy, Ireland’s 2018 representative. And what a great event and crowed it was!
As the Head of all 41 Delegations gather in Tel Aviv for their annual meeting, traditionally two months ahead of Eurovision week, it was just revealed that the Host Country would be 14th in the running order in the Grand Final, basically opening the second half of the show which will include 26 songs.
And last, but not least. Earlier tonight, host country Israel finally released its entry for Tel Aviv. Kobi Marimi will be singing Home at Expo Tel Aviv at the Eurovision Grand Final on May 18th, hoping to bring a double for Israel just like 40 years when Jerusalem hosted the show and Hallelujah won.
We started this journey six weeks ago with 28 songs, we lost some good ones along the way, but yesterday afternoon, the 2019 Melodifestivalen grand final was once again celebrated at Tonic in Times Square in front of 200 Swedes, Melfest and Eurovision fans based here in the city.
World renowned mentalist, and Israeli native, Lior Suchard is taking part at the Eurovision Song Contest in May. The news was officially announced earlier this week. While Suchard originally auditioned to be one of the hosts of the show back in October 2018, he didn’t get the job. But the producers of the show still wanted him to be a part of it, and asked him "to create a special, crazy, magical, musical act" for the Grand Finale on May 18th.
And just this morning, KAN uploaded this video of when Lior met the Executive Supervisor of the show, EBU Jan Ola Sand.
The 2019 organizers have finally released information on the tickets for the live shows and rehearsals! Tickets for fans who are part of the OGAE international club have already received a link to purchase their tickets. The public sale itself is supposed to start any day now.
We were all getting excited when fan favorite Maruv (Anna Kirstin) won the Ukrainian national selection last Saturday night. Some of us even predicted a possible winner for Ukraine once again. But the party was too soon.