Five Dutch cities have applied to host next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in the Netherlands following Duncan Laurence’s victory with Arcade in May.
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Dutch cities began jostling for the right to stage next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Applications from towns and cities across the Netherlands begun flooding in … Read more
Eurovision Song Contest organizers expressed their disapproval for the display of a Palestinian flag during Madonna’s guest appearance during the final night of the … Read more
Leading ultra-Orthodox rabbis in Israeli called for prayer in response to the expected desecration of the Jewish holy day of rest by the Eurovision … Read more
Israeli artist Rami Meiri paints an artwork at the ‘Eurovision Village’ complex for shows and parties near the beach in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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More than 18,000 people have signed a petition calling for Iceland to boycott next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Israel, citing human rights violations against … Read more
Movie lovers, especially those who liked the classic Biblical movies or are fans of Charlton Heston, might have noticed a similarity between the colours in … Read more
The winning track, which contained refrains such as “I am not your toy, you stupid boy”, summed up the concerns of many women who have … Read more
The Times of Israel reports about the jubilant scenes following Israel’s victory in the 2018 Eurovision song contest. “Israelis took to the streets and social … Read more
After a thriller voting, Netta from Israel has won the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest with the song ‘Toy’, written and composed by Doron Medalie and … Read more
Few countries do take the Eurovision’s participation as serious as Malta. For a country which tends to have a divisive perspective on anything under the … Read more
Three minutes 11 seconds of a powerful performance by Maltese singer Christabelle, wasn’t enough to convince the voters to give their approval for the Maltese … Read more
The eighteen countries performing tonight, in running order, are: Norway, Romania, Serbia, San Marino, Denmark, Russia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Australia, Georgia, Poland, Malta, Hungary, Latvia, … Read more