Since the launch of the official Eurovision Asia website last month, the internet has been awash with rumours about potential acts that might appear in the competition. Like the Eurovision Song Contest, there is great passion amongst the fan community. We took a look at some of the Eurovision Song Contest fan sites to see what they are saying about the exciting developments in Asia.
What’s the buzz?
Wiwibloggs is one of the biggest websites dedicated to the Eurovision Song Contest. Since the launch of EurovisionAsia.tv the Wiwi team have been busy collating wish lists of their favourite Asian artists and even produced a reaction video (check it out below!)
More recently a poll was set up asking visitors which countries they would like to see participate at Eurovision Asia.
Eurovoix asked the question that many of you have been asking – why Eurovision Asia and not Asiavision? Well we have the answer for you right here. Eurovoix also did a little homework and looked into possible participating countries.
Oikotimes helped to spread the word about Eurovision Asia, inviting visitors to share names of their favourite musicians and songwriters. ESCUnited also shared the exciting news that Eurovision is coming to Asia!
Spread the message!
The Eurovision Song Contest community has been engaged in helping to spread news about Eurovision Asia although one fan wrote to us on Twitter to say that people in Asia may need to know more. We couldn’t resist replying!
All the more reason to help us spread the word then Joseph! ? https://t.co/Ng0gQDqzZD
— Eurovision Asia (@eurovisionasia) August 31, 2017
In the coming weeks we’ll be sharing information about some of the more popular potential Eurovision Asia artists that have been proposed by you! Keep them coming – get in touch via Facebook and Twitter and don’t forget to use the hashtag #EurovisionAsia.