2017

The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Kiev in Ukraine.

In case you wonder why we use Kiev and not Kyiv, back in 2010, Reuters editor Robert Bessler responded to a reader’s query about the spelling.

“Kiev is not the Russian spelling. It is the commonly accepted English language spelling of the name,” he explained. “We are not writing in Ukrainian, we are writing in English, so we use commonly understood English names for cities – hence Munich rather than Muenchen, Cologne not Koeln, Rome not Roma, etc.”

Winning

Salvador: A victory for music

Salvador Sobral has given Portugal their first ever Eurovision Song Contest victory. He won both the jury and popular vote with the song 'Amar Pelos Dois" - Lov... Read More...