Contestants from 39 countries compete in Oslo, Norway, in the Eurovision Song Contest, now in its 55th year. Tune in to the finale on Saturday, May 29. Click on the links below for more on the annual musical extravaganza.
An important platform showcasing the disparate musical cultures of Europe or an embarrassing fiasco? Either way, the Eurovision Song Contest undoubtedly holds legendary status - and its history is long. (25.05.2010)
Germany's Eurovision Song Contest candidate is making headlines for more than just her singing talents. A controversial topless video has marred her wholesome image, but it hasn't hurt sales of her singles. (24.05.2010)
Germany's hope for the Eurovision Song Contest, Lena Meyer-Landrut, has skyrocketed to the top of the German charts and into the hearts of fans. Still, the 18-year-old star has kept both feet on the ground. (13.04.2010)
Norway was unbeatable at this year's contest, while Germany failed to convince viewers, despite professional support from a US striptease star. (18.05.2009)
The famous annual kitsch-fest that is the Eurovision Song Contest is to take place in the Russian capital on Saturday. There's been one controversy after another in the run-up to the event. (15.05.2009)
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