Azerbaijan, Israel and Ireland are among the countries hoping to reach the grand final of Eurovision 2018 tonight in the first semi-final in Lisbon.
Viewers from all participating countries will be invited to vote for their favourite songs of the night.
The United Kingdom will be hoping for its first Eurovision win in more than two decades next weekend.
This year’s UK Eurovision Song Contest representative SuRie has a lot to live up to thanks to the plethora of delights previously offered up at the musical extravaganza.
It’s one of the longest-running and most watched non-sporting events in the world – Eurovision is back.
The first ever winner of the Eurovision song contest, Lys Assia, has died aged 94.
Former Eurovision winner Cheryl Baker has backed the UK’s act to nab a top-five finish at this year’s competition.
Former Eurovision Song Contest host and actress Katie Boyle, Lady Saunders died “peacefully at home” aged 91, her agent has said.
Singer SuRie has said she is not worried about representing the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest, despite the country’s poor track record in securing votes.
SuRie will represent the UK at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
Singer and actress SuRie has been chosen to represent the UK at this year’s Eurovision song contest.
A former Britain’s Got Talent finalist, a Lauryn Hill support act and a girl group made up of actresses are among the six acts competing to represent the UK at the Eurovision song contest this year.
Members of the public have been invited to submit their song submissions for a chance to appear as the UK entry in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
Eurovision fans dreaming of a UK victory are putting their hopes on former X Factor contestant Lucie Jones as the annual song contest takes place tonight.
The BBC is to blame for the UK’s dismal record in the Eurovision Song Contest, our most recent winner has claimed.
Eurovision fever is upon us, with acts from all over the world preparing to vie for the coveted glass microphone trophy.
Two Aberdeen songwriters are hoping their song for Eurovision will be picked to represent the UK tonight.
Eurovision presenter Graham Norton has risked starting a geopolitical row – by branding it “kind of stupid” that Australia is allowed to compete.