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
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.
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.
Romania's fourth Eurovision heat got underway 86-metres underground in a salt mine
Musician will be awarded European Border Breakers Award
Euronews readers have selected their personalities of the year in sport, culture, space, business, EU and innovation.
Portugal's Salvador Sobral, winner of this year's Eurovision song contest, had a successful heart transplant says lead surgeon.
The 14-year-old became Russia's second winner of the competition with the song "Wings", ahead of the host country Georgia.
Ukraine's Interior Minister says police detained a Ukrainian prankster after he jumped on the stage of the Eurovision contest and dropped his pants.
Portugal has won the 2017 Eurovision song contest with 27-year-old, Salvador Sobral's rendition of _Amar Pelos Dois_ or _Love for both_ .
Portugal has won the 2017 Eurovision song contest with a score of 758. It's the country's first ever win.
42 countries competed in this year's contest, with 26 taking part in the final watched at home
Croatia’s so-called Mr Voice scored his place in the last round of the song contest with a pop opera fusion.
The Eurovision Song Contest never fails to be a talking point, with extravagant costumes, quirky song choices and diplomatic upsets.
Ukraine said it is investigating a video that appears to show Bulgaria’s Kristian Kostov performing on the Black Sea peninsula in June 2014, three months after it was seized by Russia.
The last ten places are up for grabs, meaning eight countries will go home empty handed.
Samoylova takes her "Flame is burning" song to Crimea after being banned from the Eurovision.
Love it or loathe it, it's that time of year again – the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 is set to take place this Saturday in Kyiv, Ukraine.