EUROPE – The excitement for Eurovision Song Contest 2015 reaches its pick as three countries presented their Eurovision 2015 entries. Belgium, Czech Republic and Spain made the Eurofans thrilled with their song presentations.
In Czech Republic Marta Jandová and Václav Noid Bárta presented their Eurovision 2015 song which is titled “Hope Never Dies” which marks the return of the country in the contest after 5 years. The song satisfied the Eurofans as the epic use of the song made it quite impressive, well done Czech Republic. Václav penned the song himself while the lyrics are written by Tereza Soralova.
In Spain, Edurne and TVE presented the official video for “Amanecer” (Dawn) with which the country will compete in the grand final of Eurovision Song Contest 2015. tHE SONG SEEMS TO GROW AMONG THE eurofan community while the reactions against the song remain in the press after the release of the video which seems to be not exactly well produced. In the video Edurne is presented as a Greek warrior, something that will be surely appreciated by the Greek voters in the final!
Today, a press conference was held in Brussels to present 2015 representative, Loïc Nottet, to the world. It was also revealed that he will sing the song Rhythm Inside. As part of the promotional bonanza, Philippe Coppens from Loïc’s record company, Sony Music Entertainment said, “our first objective was to choose a song that definitely does not sound like a typical Eurovision Song Contest song. The world of Loïc Nottet is very far from the contest”. Like Roberto Bellarosa in 2013, broadcaster RTBF has once again used The Voice Belgique format to choose its entrant for the 2015 Eurovision Contest in Vienna. (source: eurovision.tv)
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In the meantime on the oikotimes.com website at the right column you can check all the Eurovision 2015 participants profiles and songs. For example here are the links for Spain, Belgium and Czech Republic and get to know everything you need to know about your favourite Eurovision stars.