Almost two years have passed since we heard something new from Loreen, but now it’s time. During these two years, she has worked with some of the music industry’s leading producers in studios around the world. The single “Walk With Me” is the starting point – more music will be released in 2020.
The 2019 MTV EMA nominations revealed today and aside Ariana Grande leading the categories with 6 nominations we have the European acts in various countries. In those lists, we can spot four Eurovision stars. Mahmood from Italy, Roksana Wegiel from Poland, Molly Sandén from Sweden, András Kallay from Hungary, MARUV from Ukraine (but nominated in the Russian regional voting) have been listed as nominees in the regional voting which due on November 2nd. The 2019 edition fo MTV EMAs will take place in Seville, Spain on November 3rd.
Polish national broadcaster confirmed today their participation in the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, although no selection format revealed.
The broadcaster confirmed details of the new format for DMGP 2020. As per previous years, a total of ten acts will again compete in the grand final of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix. But unlike in previous years, when all ten acts were selected by DR, this year the broadcaster will only select seven. The remaining three competing acts will be chosen by the Danish public via DR’s P4 radio network. Of the submitted entries, DR representatives will select nine songs to face the public vote.
Yesterday evening it was revealed that the trio Hooverphonic would represent Belgium at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Band member Alex Callier revealed on last night’s talk show Vandaag that the song has already been created, but is currently in a demo state. He further went on to say in an interview with VRT NWS that the song is set to be released in February next year.
Georgian broadcaster GBP has revealed that Natia Todua and Tinatin Berdzenishvili will once again feature on the jury panel of Georgian Idol, with David Evgenidze and David Aladashvili joining them for the first time. David Evgenidze was also featured on the panel for Ranina, Georgia’s Junior Eurovision selection show.