This category is all about LGBT community's beloved Eurovision Song Contest, from national selection to the Eurovision final. It's all about glam and glitter and the songs of course.

6 weeks with Melodifestivalen circus and 28 songs later - Sweden has a result.
This Saturday, Sweden are ready to choose their pick for Eurovision 2017 and our predictions are on of these will win the heart of Swedes.
Australia’s hopes for an historic Eurovision win rest on the shoulders of a 17-year-old from the country town of Moama.
Sometimes, music can spark a movement. That's exactly what happened in Sweden when Felix, Oscar & Omar / FO&O first emerged in 2013. And in 2017 they are ready for the final of Swedish Melodifestivalen this Saturday.
Tonight was the last chance to make it to the final of Melodifestivalen and Eurovision winner Loreen lost the ticket to the final.
Anja Nissen won Melodi Grand Prix Denmark last Saturday night with her song Where I Am.
Wiktoria with As I Lay Me Down and Jon Henrik Fjällgren feat. Aninia with "En värld full av strider (Eatneme gusnie jeenh dåaroeh)" went straight to the finals of the fourth race in Skellefteå.
Owe Thörnqvist surprise winning with his contribution "Boogieman Blues" and took it all the way to the finals of the third round of Melodifestivalen in Växjö. Favourite Robin Bengtsson with "I Can not Go On" even won ticket to the Melodifestivalen final too.
The favourites went all the way. Mariette with A Million Years and Benjamin Ingrosso with Good Lovin went straight to the Melodifestivalen finals in this week's hunt for a entry of Eurovision.
If Lisa Ajax (18) wins the Melodifestivalen final, she can't sing her song in the Eurovision final.
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