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Denmark selects Rasmussen for Lisbon

"Higher Ground" by Rasmussen is the Danish entry for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. The singer, full name Jonas Flodager Rasmussen, won a convincing victory in this year's edition of the Danish Melodi Grand Prix, achieving 50% of the vote in the three-song...

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Hoar frost. You know what it is, right? Well, if you don't, there's a Montenegrin #Eurovision entry for that.

Proving that there's more than one way to announce a national final winner, today Belarus and Greece added their entries to the #Eurovision 2018 melting pot! 🇧🇾🇬🇷

On Valentine's Day, we discuss a matter of the heart: are the on-screen graphics ruining the fun of Melodifestivalen? #melfest

Whether you're a fan of @AnaG_ot2017 or @AsandaMusic, a #DMGP bunny or an #EestiLaul hipster, there's something for you in this week's SongHunt heat. Vote for your favourites now!

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Spain and Czech Republic give us a night of contrasts

The number of known entries for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest doubled yesterday as Spain and the Czech Republic selected their candidates for Lisbon - and the results could not have been more contrasting. In a special ESC edition of the current season of casting...

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The allocation draw for ESC 2018

The allocation draw for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest has taken place. As in recent years, the countries had previously been divided into "pots" based on their voting history with the aim of ensuring a balanced spread across the two semi-finals. To allow the...

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Madalena Iglésias: “Ele e ela” singer dies at 78

A sad piece of news today from the host country of ESC 2018, as we learned that Portugal's 1966 representative, Madalena Iglésias, has passed away at the age of 78. After two unsuccessful entries, 1966 marked the first time Portugal sent a more upbeat pop song to the...

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