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No matter how much the Eurovision organizers try to convince everyone that their contest is entirely a song one, without politics, they do not manage to do it.
As the European Union fights to keep Britain from leaving, it's perhaps fitting that the theme of this year's Eurovision singing contest is "Come together."
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Representing Ukraine, Jamala is the first-ever Crimean Tatar singer to compete at the Eurovision Song Contest. Titled 1944, her song is about Josef Stalin's deportation of Crimean Tatars to Central Asia.
What do The Colosseum, the Acropolis, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Eurovision Song Contest have in common? You got it, they’re all treasured European landmarks of culture not to be missed.
Scandal is brewing around Russia's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest after an old interview emerged in which the singer admits he is not a fan of Russia's takeover of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula.
This Saturday, competitors will be be belting their hearts out in Stockholm at the 61st instalment of the annual song contest
The organisation knows how unpopular a Russian win would be and is worried over the potential result
Sergey Lazarov is the runaway favourite to win this year’s Eurovision with his catchy, upbeat song about thunder and lightning “getting exciting”. The one potential flaw in his bid for glory? The country he is representing.
Eurovision is being broadcast in the US for the first time ever. Here’s why you should watch.
AUSTRALIANS are getting into Eurovision mode with the final just hours away and the nation’s entry one of the hot favourites.
AUSTRALIA’S Dami Im has finished second at Eurovision.
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Headline Eurovision - Can anyone beat Russia?
The Ukrainian singer's politically-charged song was the shock winner beating favourites Russia and Australia to the title
This week, we give you a line-up of some of the most exciting new talents from the Eurovision contest 2016.
Contestant Sergey Lazarev can be seen holding a saw to the throat of a handcuffed woman in the explicit snap
The world's strangest music competition is coming live to the US on Saturday. So prepare yourself for glitz, glamour and a major dose of weirdness
It was Australia all the way – until it was Ukraine. Relive the confusion of Stuart Heritage and Heidi Stephens at 2016’s campfest
STOCKHOLM — Ukraine's Jamala was crowned the winner of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest early Sunday for a melancholic tune about the 1944 deporta
The results of the 61st Eurovision Song Contests are in from Stockholm in Sweden
Ukraine wins 2016 Eurovision Song Contest
STOCKHOLM (AFP) – Belgium’s Laura Tesoro brought a dash of silver sparkle to Stockholm on Saturday as she kicked off the 61st edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, the continent’s annual music extravaganza, with Russia the hot favourite to win.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Singer-songwriter Jamala sees off competition with haunting ballad about deportation of Crimean Tatars seen as a criticism of Russia
Ukraine's Jamala is voted winner of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, held in Stockholm, Sweden, with her song 1944.
The UK's hopes of a Eurovision Song Contest triumph were dashed as Ukraine was crowned winner of the competition.