Australia: Is this the first song of “Eurovision: Australia Decides”?

Australia’s public broadcaster SBS announced yesterday the first two Eurovision nominees of Eurovision: Australia Decides, the country’s national final to be held in Gold Coast on 8 February. EurovisionFun introduces you to the first candidate song, which is also the first song for Eurovision 2020 we have listened to.

The two candidates revealed yesterday were Casey Donovan and Vanessa Amorosi. After the announcement, Vanesa Amorosi did not hide her enthusiasm.

“I’m so excited to be part of Eurovision:Australia Decides 2020. I’m proud to be an Australian and have the opportunity to sing one of my songs on a huge international stage. I look forward to Australia listening my song and working with friends and colleagues on this journey”

Vanesa Amorosi will perform one of the songs on her new album, released today. In fact, the successful singer asked her fans to guess what song she would be competing with in Eurovision: Australia Decides!

The clues are already many, with the overwhelming majority saying that “Lessons Of Love” is the song:

Source: SBS

Australia: The first two candidates for Eurovision: Australia Decides

Australia’s public broadcaster,SBS, released a video, which reveals the first two candidates for its national final for Eurovision 2020.. This is Casey Donovan and Vanessa Amorosi!

Ten candidates will compete at Gold Coast on February 8 to represent Australia at Eurovision 2020. Following this year’s success of Eurovision: Australia Decides, SBS has decided to organize the same concept for 2021.

The first two candidates for the Australian ticket in May to Rotterdam are two female artists. Casey Donovan and Vanessa Amorosi.

Casey Donovan is a 31-year-old singer, songwriter and actress. She was the winner of Pop Idol’s second season in Australia in 2004, and participated in other contests. In addition to her artistic career, Casey has also linked her name to volunteering and charities. He has released a full length album and two singles.

Vanessa Amorosi is considered one of the biggest names in the contemporary Australian music scene. She has sold millions of records and is well known for her range of voice. She is 38 years old, and in her long career, she has sung from pop, rock to jazz and country. She has won a total of 16 nominations in her career at the ARIA Music Awards, Australia’s most important music institution. He has released seven complete albums and over twenty singles!

This year,Australian National Final will also be hosted by radio producer and presenter Myf Warhurst and comedian Joel Creasey, who will also be airing the contest in May 2020 on behalf of SBS.

This year, Eurovision: Australia Decides winner’s Kate Miller-Heidke represented Australia in Tel Aviv, finishing ninth with 285 points.

SBS will announce the next eight nominees for Eurovision: Australia Decides!  in the coming days.

Australia: Listen to “We will rise” for Junior Eurovision 2019

Jordan Anthony will represent Australia at Junior Eurovision 2019 with the song “We Will Rise”.

Jordan is 14 years old and comes from Perth, Australia. He participated in the eighth season of the musical competition “The Voice Australia All Stars”, where he won 4th place with the help of Delta Goodrem’s mentor.

Watch  Australia’s participation in Junior Eurovision 2019 below:

Australia: Diana Rouvas declares willing to compete at Eurovision

After Sheldon Riley, Diana Rouvas, the big winner of The Voice All Star Australia ,is ready to compete on the Eurovision stage.
In a follow-up question to Instagram whether she would like to “go” to Eurovision with either Australia or Greece, she gives her answer:

”I would love to….!!! Should it be with Australia not? But I’m a piece of Greek heritage”.

35-year-old Greek, Diana Rouvas currently has Greek parents and lives in Sydney. She has already excelled in her first attempt at The Voice in 2012 when she reached the semifinals. She is a vocalist, while she also writes her own songs. She was the great winner of the final of The Voice All Star in Australia. Diana is the first woman to win the popular talent show over the past three years, giving her the first win to her mentor, Boy George.

Australia: Diana Rouvas wins The Voice All Star!

Diana Rouvas was crowned winner of 8th season’s Australian “The Voice”! The 35-year-old Greek singer from Sidney is also the first woman to win the talent show in the last three years and the one who gave Boy George (her coach) his first victory!

This year took part again some previous contestants of this show and other talent shows as well, such as X Factor and Australia Got Talent. Diana had also participated in the 1st season of Australian “The Voice” where she ended up 5th. Her prize includes the amount of $100.000US and a contract with EMI. Furthermore, the host of the show, Sonia Kruger, made it clear that the number of voters was over 600.000.

“I’m shocked! In a good way! I think it was a very unpredictable vote! I’m overwhelmed, I can’t believe it! Thank you so much!”

Would you like to see Diana Rouvas representing Australia or even Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest?

Have a look of Diana performing Whitney Houston’s “I will always love you.” in the Grand Final:

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