Eurovision 2011

Experience Eurovision 2011 on SBS, May 13-15.

As a continent, Europe may have its differences in politics, language, religion, national costume, currency, time zones and culture – but there is one event that brings Europeans together: the Eurovision Song Contest.


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Lena Meyer-Landrut proved unstoppable at Oslo 2010 with Satellite winning Europe's favourite song contest - in a night marred by controversy.


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Two Semi Finals are done and dusted, here is the running order for the Final.


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Minor spoilers: In this competitive Semi, there were great vocals, silhouettes, foam instruments and light sticks. No countries or results are revealed here.


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The acts competing in the second Semi have some serious competition, but Turkey, Croatia, Ireland and Romania have the Favourites in their sights.


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Minor spoilers: now the first Semi is over we won't be talking results or naming countries. But here's a taste of what's in store...


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Two dress rehearsals and one welcome party later, Oslo is poised to unleash its first Semi Final upon the continent.


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All acts have now rehearsed at Telenor Arena. From Israel's heartfelt Harel Skaat to Sweden's singer-guitarist Anna Bergendah, everyone is stepping it up.


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About this Blog

Join David Knox as he reports on the build-up to Eurovision 2011. Who will capture the imagination of an entire continent? Knox is a media commentator with an unhealthy addiction to television and pop culture. His coverage of Eurovision is an annual fixture at SBS and he blogs at TV Tonight.To this day, he still thinks Gina G was robbed at the 1996 Eurovision Song Contest.

 
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