Time to start working on that masterpiece.
“The Eurovision Song Contest is a non-political event and this directly contradicts the contest’s rules.”
Yep, Deadpool cares about Eurovision apparently.
Asiavision could see twelve Asia-Pacific countries competing
And Australia are in it
Prepare for a bloodbath.
As soon as next year!
You read that correctly — Australia’s love affair with the Eurovision song contest saw us take fifth place at Eurovision 2015, and now Aussie university students will soon have the chance to study the Euro-centric competition in a class called “Eurovisions”. As News Corp Australia reports, the University of Melbourne will begin offering the course
It was the best of times, it was the Conchita Wurst of times. Everyone’s favourite bearded female winner of Eurovision (take THAT, no-one else) is en route to Australia, set to launch her album from our fair shores and sneak in a red carpet appearance at our most esteemed night of nights, the 2015 Logie
Hot on the heels of this morning’s big revelation that Australia would be competing in the celebrated Eurovision Song Contest for the first time ever, a petition has surfaced online calling for the reformation of a group certain to do some damage on the oddball European stage, masked Melbourne seven-piece TISM. Perhaps in a reaction
Plus we get to vote.
In the Black Sabbath guitarist’s own words, “Well here’s something different”. A track that features music written by Tony Iommi has been selected by the great nation of Armenia as their performance for the prestigious annual Eurovision. The song, called Lonely Planet, will be performed by Armenia band Dorians, who, according to Iommi, wrote the