Think About Things (Results Edition) – Australia

It’s the time of year when the Post-Eurovision depression is in full swing, but there’s no better cure than to reminisce! Together with ESCDaily Editor, Dennis Van Eersel, we will be discussing each of this year’s competing nations – from their results to how we think they could improve in the future!

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Live-on-Tape performances of Non-Qualifiers Released

This year’s Eurovision Song Contest was one of the most unique yet, not only for the songs, but also for the organisation of the contest. With the COVID-19 pandemic still looming, each of the participating nations was expected to prepare a live-on-tape performance. This performance was prepared as a back-up just in case the nation…

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Think About Things – Semi-Final 1 Rehearsals

Rehearsals are in full swing at the moment in Rotterdam. In fact, all the participating countries in the first semi final have been on stage for the first time already so we can see the first contours on what that first semi will be like. In this chat conversation I had with Dennis van Eersel…

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Eurovision 2021 Reviews – Australia

Discounting 2020, this year marks the 6th participation of Australia at Eurovision. So far, the nation has qualified to the final in each participation, with their best result in 2016 with Dami Im and her song, Sound of Silence. This year, Montaigne will return to represent Australia after being selected through a national final in…

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Who Should Win Eurovision 2021? Vote In Our Poll Now!

Another Eurovision national final season has concluded, and we have (almost) all 40 competing entries for this year’s contest. That means it’s poll time! Who do you think should win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest? Vote in our poll below! You can vote for one act, or multiple, and once you’ve voted, make sure to…

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Montaigne to sing ‘Technicolour’ at Eurovision 2021!

The Australian Eurovision entry has now been released, with reigning Australian representative Montaigne to sing Technicolour at the contest this year. The song was written alongside songwriter and producer, Dave Hammer. Commenting on the entry, Montaigne says, ‘I’m so excited to present Technicolour to the world! I think it does it all – makes you want to…

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Eurovision Calendar: What’s happening this month?

We’ve officially hit March, and for Eurovision fans, this is indisputably the busiest month of the National Final season. At this point, we are looking at a calendar filled with an event each day for the first half of March, with the EBU cut off date for songs looming. With that said, let’s look at…

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Eurovision 2021: National Finals or Internal Selections – A Complete Overview

With the unprecedented cancellation of Eurovision 2020, it has left the participating broadcasters with the question – will they re-select their 2020 entrant, or will they begin the selection process again to start afresh? We now know that the same 41 countries will be participating at Eurovision 2021, with a number of those broadcasters having…

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Junior Eurovision Update: Here’s What We Know So Far!

A few weeks back, we caught up on all things Junior Eurovision, however since then, a number of nations have confirmed, or withdrawn from the contest. Here’s an update on the participating nations: The list of participating countries has not yet been finalised, but here are the nations who have confirmed their intent to participate:…

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Australia Withdraws from Junior Eurovision 2020 due to Travel Restrictions

For the first time since their debut back in 2015, Australia will not participate in this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Broadcaster SBS have announced that due to the current COVID-19 travel restrictions, Australia will not be able to participate at the contest. At this stage, all international travel to and from Australia has been…

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