• Jessica Mauboy will compete in Semi-Final 2. (SBS)
We Got Love for everyone who entered, but there can only be one winner.
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Staff writers

16 Apr 2018 - 9:04 AM  UPDATED 11 May 2018 - 5:11 PM

UPDATE:  We are completely overwhelmed by the level of effort and talent that was submitted into this competition. We were so excited to share these entries with Jessica Mauboy ahead of her performance in the semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest and to share the love and support from Australia.

The winning entry that will be receiving a visit from Jessica Mauboy is Burwood Girls High School

Watch the winning entry:

 

The following runners-up will be receiving a signed copy of Jessica Mauboy’ single We Got Love and a Eurovision supporter paddle:

  • Phillip Island - Cowes Primary School
  • Drouin Primary School
  • Taminmin College
  • #WeGotChug
  • Justin Summer
  • Angelique Brown 
  • Ricky
  • Ben Wilson
  • Benjy Swann 
  • Almir Mrndjic

DIY Eurovision 2018 Party Paddle
Show your love for 'We Got Love' as Jessica Mauboy takes the stage at Eurovision 2018! Download the design of our patriotic paddle board, glue it to cardboard and share your paddle party pics on Twitter and Instagram! #Eurovision.
Rate your favourite artists while you watch Eurovision every night
Give artists the thumbs up or thumbs down while watching the nightly broadcasts of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest.
 

The Eurovision Song Contest will screen across SBS and SBS On Demand from May 9 -13. For full screening details, and to rate the performances, head to www.sbs.com.au/Eurovision

Watch Jess Mauboy's Eurovision Semi-Final 2 performance (no spoilers!)
Jessica Mauboy gave it her all in her Semi-Final performance.
 

Primetime evening broadcasts

Semi-Final 1 – Catch-up at SBS On Demand 
Semi-Final 2 – Friday 11 May, 7.30pm, SBS. Live streaming at SBS On Demand and available for catch-up** FEATURING JESSICA MAUBOY 
Grand Final – Sunday 13 May, 7.30pmSBS. Live streaming at SBS On Demand and available for catch-up

LIVE early morning broadcasts

Semi-Final 1 – Wednesday 9 May, 5am (AEST) SBS and live streaming at SBS On Demand
Semi-Final 2 – Friday 11 May, 5am (AEST) SBS and live streaming at SBS On Demand ** FEATURING JESSICA MAUBOY (See voting information here)
Grand Final – Sunday 13 May, 5am (AEST) SBS and live streaming at SBS on Demand


 

The Eurovision Song Contest is about to begin in Lisbon, Portugal, and broadcast exclusively on SBS from 9 to 13 May. In 2014, Jessica Mauboy made history when she was invited to perform as an interval act at the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark, being the first non-European solo artist to do so. This time, she’s competing for Australia and a shot at Eurovision glory.

To celebrate, we invite you to get involved and share your support for our contestant Jessica Mauboy, with the winner receiving a visit from Jessica Mauboy. That’s right, Australia’s most recognisable, multi-platinum, all round entertainer Jessica Mauboy will visit the winning entrant’s school or chosen organisation anywhere in Australia.

To enter, show us your interpretation of Jessica Mauboy's Eurovision song - We Got Love. It could be a dance, song, artwork or an interpretation in another language. Get creative!

The artists of Eurovision 2018: Australia
We got Jessica Mauboy representing Australia with #We Got Love.

Share your entry with the hashtag #Eurovision on Twitter or Instagram (ensuring it's public and you're following SBS) or email your entry to eurovision@sbs.com.au

The best judged entry will receive a visit and performance from Jessica Mauboy and 10 runners up will receive a signed copy of the We Got Love single and an Australian Eurovision supporter paddle.

See the full Terms and Conditions here.  

Please note that by entering this competition the entrant is acknowledging that they approve of and grant all rights necessary to the Promoter for sharing and using the content in any way and in any media and that all participants or people who may feature in the entry are aware and approve of this use.

By entering the competition, entrants under the age of 18 years are confirming they have obtained parental or guardian permission to enter. Confirmation of consent may be requested at any time.