Eurovision Song Contest

The latest news about the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest

The 64th Eurovision Song Contest will be broadcast live and in prime time, exclusive to SBS from 16 to 19 May.
"Since we have a Eurovision-election clash on our hands, shouldn't we just combine the two and decide our country's fate through a Eurovision vote?"
Nothing's holding her down now: Kate Miller-Heidke is set to represent Australia at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, having topped both the Jury and Popular vote...
Everything you need to know about how to choose who will represent Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest. The decision is in your hands.
Listen to all 10 contenders, and prepare to be blown away when they take to the stage to perform them live on Saturday 9 February.
"What I love about Eurovision is the permission to go a bit bonkers."
Discovered through the Eurovision - Australia Decides song portal, Leea Nanos is in with a chance,. with 'Set Me Free'.