SPOILER ALERT: If you’ve been covering your eyes and blocking your ears, don’t read on until you’ve watched all the action!
Here's how to vote for your favourite performers.
We're feeling all of the feels about having the Eurovision Song Contest back this year. And Australia, we want you to share yours during our epic Eurovision...
Here's how to watch and vote for your favourites in the Eurovision Song Contest.
DIY neck frills, substitute wind machines, socially distanced dance-offs… we’ve got your Eurovision house party covered.
We have a chat with Eurovision’s departing Executive Supervisor, Jon Ola Sand, prior to ‘Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light’, airing on SBS on Sunday 17 May.
Plus, we have a whole week of Eurovision programming from 10–17 May.
You can't break her, Montaigne will be back for Eurovision 2021!
The 24 year-old was crowned the winner after a nail-biting finish to Eurovision - Australia Decides 2020.
Witness the birth of music's newest power couple: DaMåns.
Jack Vidgen is looking to connect with song that stems from his diary, 'I Am King I Am Queen'
Vanessa Amorosi promises to bring drama (and a few other things) to the stage of Eurovision - Australia Decides with the powerful 'Lessons Of Love'.
Montaigne is vying to represent Australia at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest: "It feels like music's World Cup, right?"