Tag: eurovision

/ by Vasileios Terzopoulos -

Portuguese jury votes revealed

The Jury votes from one more participating country to the 57th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest are now available. Portugal, apart from the final, participated to and voted during…

/ by Dominique Dufaut -

Disappointment and new strategy

Anggun’s 22nd place made headlines all over France immediately after the contest. Anggun herself expressed her big disappointment. “I don’t understand these votes”, she said to radio station RTL, “We…

/ by Juha Repo -

EBU under pressure to tighten ethical rules

Eurovision Song Contest in Azerbaijan is over, and the next host will be Sweden. As the delegations have returned home, ongoing discussions about the European Broadcasting Union EBU’s ethical rules…

/ by Stella Floras -

Nina Zilli: We should do Eurovision every week

Nina Zilli, the Italian hope in the 57th Eurovision Song Contest spoke to esctoday.com’s Robin Scott about her passion for music, her feelings and her song. [tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8b78PhAJu4[/tube]

/ by Stella Floras -

First semi-final results

The first semi-final of the 57th Eurovision Song Contest has just finished. Eighteen acts competed in Baku’s Crystal Hall and 10 got the golden ticket for the Grand Final on…

/ by Stella Floras -

Europe supports Esctoday.com

During the days when esctoday.com was offline due to the vicious hacking attack by an anti gay group we have received tremendous amounts of supportive messages via email, Facebook, Twitter,…

/ by Michalis Vranis -

Esctoday.com is back!

17th of May is a milestone for the Eurovision community since it was the second time unknown hackers targeted popular Eurovision websites and the first they succeeded in causing permanent…