NAVIBAND the duet which represented Belarus in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest revealed in a recent interview in KP that they don’t want or think a return to the Eurovision stage. They are focused on their fifth album. Ksienija and Artem explained it to their fans:
“All, that we wanted from it, we have received. Yes, we have notoriety, both in Kyiv and Warsaw, and even in Dresden they want to take pictures with us, European listeners buy our singles and support us. But there is also a negative side of the contest – it might play with your head, especially with young artists. You are surrounded by such attention and interest, that your feeling of significance might go through the roof. You start to think: oh, what a great artist am I! And then you return home – and, if you don’t have your own material, nor an audience, it starts to break. With us, fortunately, this didn’t happen. Concerts and especially our fans always save us from everything.”
Huge fan favourite of Eurovision 2019, beloved runner-up Mahmood has done it with his ‘Soldi’: it has become the most-streamed Eurovision Song Contest of all time on Spotify! The official Eurovision Song Contest account notified the fans and celebrates:
— Eurovision Song Contest (@Eurovision) October 15, 2019
In a series of Tweets, Aly stated that the only way she would enter Eurovision for Germany would be if she was chosen internally and that due to the national final being “rigged” and the German national broadcaster being “corrupt”, she would not enter it again. In a couple of weeks’ time, Aly was busy recording various new songs and admitted on Twitter that she sent five songs to the Swiss Eurovision selection (which happens behind closed doors). Later she also informed that she submitted a total of seven songs to San Marino‘s national broadcaster for their Eurovision consideration (the same five as to Switzerland, and two additional ones). Now, after getting her DNA results through Ancestry, she found out that she is “partly Irish”, thus she has sent a couple of songs over to RTÉ in Ireland, for their consideration for Eurovision 2020.
JUNIOR EUROVISION 2019 🇵🇱
You can decide the winner of this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest by voting online, no matter where you are from. You can start voting on Friday 22 November via https://junioreurovision.tv. After watching a preview, you can vote for 3, 4 or 5 of your favourite songs. If your country participates, you can support your act by voting for your own country. Voting closes just before the live show on Sunday 24 November and will re-open once all songs have been performed.