66th Eurovision Song Contest
Semi Final 1 : 10 May 2022, 21:00 CESTSemi Final 2 : 12 May 2022 ,21:00 CESTGrand Final : 14 May 2022, 21:00 CESTLocation : PalaOlimpico, Turin, ItalyHost Broadcaster : RAI Hosts : Mika, Laura Pausini and Alessandro Cattelan
Irregularities have been detected at voting from certain juries. This may cause serious consequences.
For the thrid time in ESC history Ukraine could win the ESC. The band Kalush Orchestra received the highest votes from public voting
Offically, the ESC is an entertainment show, on the other hand it's a peaceful union of countries in a friendly competition. If the circumstances are getting crazy it's an obligation to open the mouth
Let’s take a closer look, what the bets say. Like every year the trend should be taken seriously.
Let's take a closer look at this year's final show. Where are the dark horses and who is going to win?
The time has come, the Eurovision Song Contest is about to begin. Just download your personal scoreboard and you will have the complete overview.
It’s the 66th time, when the Europeans gather to watch on music show with an exciting voting procedure. Be part and don’t miss it!
The very important running order has been revealed this morning. It’s the outcome of RAI and the EBU reference group.
10 out of 18 countries made it into the Grand Final.
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The Bulgarian song for 2021 is “Growing Up Is Getting Old”. The same singer like last year will represent the Balkan
German singer Sandro Nicolas has been chosen by the Cypriot broadcaster PIK to represent Cyprus in Rotterdam 2020. Cypru
The Australian singer Kate Miller-Heidke talks to eurovisionlive. She explains how it came that she has been chosen to f