Tel Aviv counted down to the Eurovision Song Contest final on Saturday (May 18) after a week of parties and protests
Norway has come in last the most, placing bottom in the Eurovision Song Contest 11 times since it first launched in 1956, according to official data.
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Hosted in Israel, the competition sparks concerns due to the ongoing conflict in Gaza
There are the winners, yes, but many of us watch Eurovision for the losers. Sit back and relax as Euronews takes you on a whistlestop tour of some of the worst offenders against taste and good sense.
Europe's simmering tensions have always threatened to boil over at Eurovision and upset the contest's very raison d'être: to unite the continent.
Twenty-six countries will compete for the title on Saturday.
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Madonna will perform at Eurovision 2019 — presenters cleared up doubts surrounding the singer's performance in Tel Aviv this week, confirming that the 60-year-old will indeed be singing at the event.
To warm-up for the annual music extravaganza, we've charted all the countries taking part and their chances of coming home with the title.
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Ukraine has confirmed that it will not take part in this year's Eurovision Song Contest after dropping its nominee over contractual disagreements.
Maruv was selected by a public vote on Saturday to sing at the contest in Israel in May but she refused contractual obligations requiring her not to perform in Russia.
Bilal Hassani is 19 years-old, born in Paris and loves to wear wigs. He's already amassed around 6 million likes on his song "Roi" on social media.
The 2017 eurovison winner is back after a heart transplant and a gruelling brush with fame, doing what he loves - making music.
Israel's winner in the Eurovision song contest, Netta Barzilai, landed in Tel Aviv early on Monday (May 14), where she danced to a crowd of applauding fans and journalists, still on the runway.
Netta Barzilai is sassy, she's fun and she can sing — and now the Israeli has won the Eurovision Song Contest with a catchy techno dance tune about women's empowerment.
Eurovision fans are gathering in Portugal ahead of the annual song contest. With the semi finals out of the way, 43 countries will take part in Saturday's event at the Altice Arena in Lisbon.
What do you need to take home the prize from the battlefield that is the Eurovision Song Contest? Euronews investigates.
Organisers in Lisbon won't be putting on light-shows or videowalls for acts taking part in the annual songfest on May 12. Performers can, however, provide their own effects
Former Eurovision Song Contest winner Conchita Wurst revealed on Sunday that she is HIV positive and that she’s been receiving regular treatment for “several years.”
Finnish singer-songwriter Saara Aalto is set to wow Eurovision fans in Lisbon next month with her song ‘Monsters’.
This is the second time Jessica Mauboy performs at Eurovision, except this time she's representing Australia.
Eurovision hosted hosted the country's fourth semi-final in one of Romania's most famous tourist hotspots.