«The Belarusian jury was dismissed following the reveal of their votes from the first Semi-Final which is contrary to the rules of the Eurovision Song Contest. In order to comply with the Contest’s voting regulations, the EBU worked with its voting partner digame to create a substitute aggregated result (calculated based on the results of other countries with similar voting records), which was approved by voting monitor Ernst & Young, to determine the Belarusian jury votes for the Grand Final».
Duncan Laurence from The Netherlands has won the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with his song «Arcade», securing 492 points in a tense and showstopping Grand Final at Expo Tel Aviv.
The Semi Finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 have concluded with 10 more acts successfully securing their place in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 Grand Final on Saturday night.
The exciting first Semi Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 has ended with 10 acts who ‘Dare to Dream’ of winning the world’s biggest live music event booking their place in the Grand Final on 18 May.
On Friday 17th May, Above the Stage Theatre will be presenting a taste of Ireland, when an exciting new four-piece male vocal harmony group, The Harps, perform the World Premiere of their new show.
Allan Jay, is a dynamic Scottish vocalist and has been a constant feature in the world of Dance music charts for the past few years becoming one of the most successful new artists on the club scene.
With over 60 million streams on Spotify, 1.2 million monthly listeners, and following the release of their most successful album yet, Brisbane’s Cub Sport continue plotting their meteoric rise with four new UK dates confirmed for this October including their biggest ever UK show – London’s iconic Scala on October 17th.