Eurovision 2020 | Weekly news roundup!
It's been a busy week in Eurovision world, and it's only going to get busier with the second Super Saturday of this season coming up on February 29th! So let's see what's been happening this past week in the world of Eurovision. Tom Leeb has been confirmed as the tenth act for the London Eurovision Party on Sunday March 29th. He joins Samanta Tīna, Blas Cantó, Arilena Ara, Vincent Bueno, The Roop and Victoria, as well as Sieneke who represented The Netherlands in 2010 and Mic
Eurovision 2020 | It's Athena for Armenia!
Tonight we saw Depi Evratesil live from Armenia's capital, Yerevan. A total of 12 acts battled it out to win the right to represent Armenia at Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam, with Athena coming out on top with her song "Chains On You". Agop – Butterflies Karina EVN – Why? Hayk Music – What It Is To Be In Love Erna Tamazyan – Life Faces Eva Rida – No Love Athena Manukyan – Chains On You Gabriel Jegg – It’s Your Turn Sergey and Nikolay Harutyunov – Ha, Take a Step Miriam Baghdsar
Eurovision 2020 l Armenia will have a national final in 2020
This is news that wasn't expected from Armenia. Yesterday it was revealed by The Head of Delegation for Armenia that he had some exciting news for everyone. Today the Armenian broadcaster AMPTV, announced that they are going to have their national final Depi Evratesil for a third time, to select their entry to Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Between November 5th and December 31st, if you are an Armenian citizen or Armenian living abroad you can apply within the submission windo
Eurovision 2020 | Armenia confirms participation for Eurovision 2020
AMPTV, the Armenian broadcaster, have officially confirmed Armenia's participation in the 202 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam next may. No details have been made public yet regarding how the Armenian representative will be selected. In 2019, the selection method was internal. Though, in the past, they have selected through their national final, Depi Evratesil. Srbuk represented Armenia in Tel Aviv with her song "Walking Out" which finished 16th in the second semi final.
JESC 2019 | Karina Ignatyan will sing 'Colours of Your Dream' for Armenia
Armenia have chosen their representative for the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019, and it's Karina Ignatyan with her song "Colours of Your Dream". A total of 10 acts participated in the Depi Mankakan Evratesil final, with Karina and Vardan advancing to the super final in which Karina emerged victorious. The winner was chosen by a mix of audience vote, an expert panel made up of international members and a kids jury, in which last years Junior Eurovision winner, Ro
JESC 2019 | Armenia will select their representative on September 15th
The Armenian broadcaster ARMTV have announced that their representative for Junior Eurovision 2019 will be chosen on September 15th via their national selection show Depi Mankakan Evratesil. This will be the second year running that Armenia will use Depi Mankakan Evratesil to select their Junior Eurovision singer. However, this year, they will not have any semi finals as they did last year and instead, they will just have one live show on September 15th. In recent weeks, the
Armenia | OGAE Armenia reveal their votes for the OGAE Poll 2019
The OGAE Poll 2019 has officially started today with OGAE Armenia being the first to release their results. The winner of the OGAE Poll 2019 will be revealed on May 1st, once all OGAE clubs have released their results. The full results from OGAE Armenia are: The Netherlands – 280 points (12 points) Italy – 232 points (10 points) Switzerland – 192 points (8 points) Cyprus – 129 points (7 points) Russia – 114 points (6 points) Greece – 89 points (5 points) Sweden – 83 points (4
Armenia | Srbuk to represent Armenia at Eurovision 2019
Following the initial announcement of an artist reveal on Wednesday, we've had two days packed to the brims with speculation and rumours over who will be selected to represent Armenia at Eurovision. Moving away from National Selection process 'Depi Evratesil', ARMTV have decided to internally select their Eurovision 2019 performer - and the outcome of their decision was confirmed this evening on TV show 'Lav yereko' with the selection of Srbuk who will be flying the Armenian
Armenia | Who should represent Armenia at Eurovision 2019?
Yesterday it was announced that the Armenian Eurovision 2019 representative will be announced tomorrow at 22.20 local time (November 30th 2018) on TV show 'Lav yereko'. It wasn't long before the rumour mill got started and Armenian artists began to be speculated for the position ... but who will it be? We take a look at some of the rumoured performers and and also offer some other options of performers we'd be interested in seeing in Tel Aviv who could definitely get Armenia
JESC 2018 | Meet L.E.V.O.N From Armenia
This year a record breaking 20 countries will be taking part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Minsk, Belarus on the 25th November 2018. With around three weeks to go until the competition, Eurovoxx will introduce you to each artist, and give a little insight to the country they will be representing. The next country up is Armenia, who will be represented by L.E.V.O.N. Who is L.E.V.O.N? L.E.V.O.N (known as Levon Galstyan) who was born on the 20th May 2006