Australian broadcast SBS announced today that “Eurovision – Australia Decides“ will once again choose the Australian representative for the Eurovision Song Contest in the Netherlands next May.
The contest will return to the gold coast after last year winner Kate Miller-Heidke had an unforgettable show with her entry “zero gravity” that brought the continent a massive interest by the foreign media and the honorable 9th place.
“Eurovision – Australia Decides” will take place over 2 nights from Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre and for the second time will be hosted by the comedian Joel Creasey and musician Myf Warhurst. the show dates are:
Jury Vote (Not televised) on Friday, February 7th, 7.30pm AEST
Public Vote and Winner Announced on Saturday, February 8th, 7.30pm AEST
Eurovision – Australia Decides 2020 is coming, and you’d better believe @myfwarhurst and @joelcreasey are coming back to host! Here’s everything you need to know: https://t.co/VvNAJTYlMl pic.twitter.com/PDS7zyyd2F
— SBS Australia (@SBS) August 28, 2019
Australian representative for 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will be chosen by a the show audience and a special jury committee, among the ten Australian artists that will be selected to participate in the national final.
SBS has now opened the gates and is calling for Australian songwriters to submit songs via http://sbs.com.au/eurovision until 30 September 2019 when the song submission window will close.
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