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Following the Ukrainian SBU security’s service to bar Julia Samoylova from entering Ukraine for three years, the EBU has made the suggestion to allow Russian to participate at Eurovision 2017 via live satellite.
Strangely enough, this is a direct violation …
Has the flame gone out for Julia Samoylova‘s hopes of representing Russia at Eurovision 2017 in Ukraine? It seems so.
The Ukrainian SBU security service has banned Samoylova from Ukraine for three years because of her illegal visit to Crimea …
Today, the Armenia entry was official presented for Eurovision 2017!
Listen to Artsvik‘s “Fly With Me” below!
The last country to announce their artist for Eurovision 2017 is Bulgaria and they have chosen Kristian Kostov.
Kristian will sing “Beautiful Mess” in Kyiv.
Listen to the song below!
After no word for the entire Eurovision preselection season, Russia has finally revealed that they will in fact participate at Eurovision 2017 in Ukraine.
The artist who will represent them is Julia Samoylova, with the song “Flame is Burning.”
After a two-year absence from representing San Marino at Eurovision, Valentina Monetta is back for Eurovision 2017 along with American singer Jimmie Wilson.
The duet will sing a disco tune written by Ralph Siegel called “Spirit of the Night.”
After seven entries competed to represent Lithuania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine, Fusedmarc was chosen as the winner with the song “Rain of Revolution.“
This was determined by a combination of jury votes and televotes, for which …
After ten entries competed to represent Norway at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine, Jowst was chosen as the winner of Melodi Grand Prix 2017 with the song “Grab the Moment.”
This was determined by a combination of …
After seven entries competed to represent Iceland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine, Svala was chosen as the winner of Söngvakeppnin 2017 with the song “Paper.”
This was determined by a combination of jury votes and televotes, for …
Today, the Serbian entry was officially presented for Eurovision 2017!
Listen to Tijana Bogićević‘s “In Too Deep” below!