1. Serbia places 18th Many people were comparing the end of Sanja Vucic's song "Goodbye (Shelter)" to Eurovision 2007 winner
The singer performed his catchy new song live for the first time.
Ukrainian and Russian tensions boil over into Europe's popular song contest.
Never heard of Eurovision? Don't worry -- until this month, many Americans were unfamiliar with the name, too. For the newly
Bulgaria is sending their best entry ever to Eurovision. This entry should easily finish in the top 3. And it could win. Ethnic
Along the 94-meter long red carpet accredited media and fans will have the chance to chat with and interview the artists
Do you think the EBU made the right decision dropping Ovidiu weeks before the show? Let us know in the comments below. In
Last year Ukraine skipped Eurovision because of their conflict with Russia. This year they are back with a vengeance not only entering an incredible song, but also a powerful political statement about Russia's deportation of the Tatars from Crimea.
We're past 50% with 23 of the acts coming to Eurovision announced. And this year is lining up to be even more extraordinary than last year. Some of the acts look incredible, and this is before they spend the next 3 months improving their presentation.
In 1974 everyone in Europe sat down to watch the Eurovision finals. As always people were expecting the standard combination
It's the second most watched TV program in the world. Bigger than the Super Bowl. Second only to the World Cup final. A show that in some countries capturies 90 percent of the TV viewing audience.