The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Gliwice in the region of Silesia on 24 November 2019. The European Broadcasting Union and its Polish Member Telewizja Polska (TVP) are excited to announce that Gliwice-Silesia will be the official Host City for the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC).
Belteleradiocompany has released postcards videos for the finalists of the national Eurovision preselection. Shooting took place already on February 9 and reportedly singer NAPOLI was unable to attend them.
Swiss entry to be presented today at 14:30 CET.
NORTH MACEDONIA 🇲🇰
European Broadcasting Union has moved to usage of “North Macedonia” on the official website of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Skarphéðinn Guðmundsson, the program director of the Icelandic broadcaster RÚV, says that there is no reason to be deeply concerned that Icelandic entry may be disqualified for violating Eurovision’s regulations.
SAN MARINO 🇸🇲
Contrary to the previous announcement of San Marino RTV that presentation of Serhat’s music video will take place at midnight, new announcement of Eurovision Song Contest San Marino Twitter states that song announcement has been set for tomorrow March 7th at 10.30 PM European time via San Marino RTV Facebook account in a live event from Tel Aviv.
On Saturday music video for Montenegrin entry Heaven will be released. The premiere is scheduled for March 9 at 8 pm local time, after Dnevnik 2 evening news. The three-day shooting took place in Žabljak, the surroundings of Podgorica, Stari Bar and Ulcinj’s Long Beach, and the video itself shows four seasons in Montenegro. In the music video, the youngest students of the singing school D-mol are also participating, and the special guest is the renowned Montenegrin violinist Vili Ferdinandi.
Isa Melikov has been confirmed as the Creative Producer for the Azerbaijani delegation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
Posting on Instagram, David Tserunyan has responded to questions from fans wanting to know when the Armenian entry for Eurovision 2019 will be released. He posted that: “We have already finished shooting the music video and are now editing this amazing piece of art! Please be patient, just a couple more days and you will see the result of our work!”
A total of 961,000 viewers on average were watching the final of Melodi Grand Prix 2019 on Saturday evening, the show peaked at 1.017 million viewers. The number of viewers who tuned in to the competition was watched by an average of 40,000 viewers less than last year and had a viewing share 6.9% lower than 2018.
During this weekend’s final, all twelve qualifiers will compete for a ticket to Israel in a show hosted by Sarah Dawn Finer, Marika Carlsson, Kodjo Akolor and Eric Saade. Throughout the evening, numerous musical numbers, interval performances and comedy sketches will also grace the stage. One of Saturday night’s intervals has been confirmed as a performance by Charlotte Perrelli of her winning Eurovision song from 1999, likely to be a slow tempo interpretation of the entry. Charlotte Perrelli hinted a rerelease of the song earlier this year to celebrate the original release’s anniversary. “Take Me to Your Heaven” won the contest in Jerusalem twenty years ago after Dana International secured Israel’s third Eurovision win the year before. Dana International will also appear on the stage this weekend, potentially in a performance linked to Charlotte Perrelli’s.