Yes, I know it's over three months away, but I couldn't resist the chance to make a topic now. Especially given today's news that Australia will be taking part in this year's contest. Yes, you read that correctly. No, it's not April Fool's Day. Australia will indeed be sending a contestant to the grand final at the Wiener Stadhalle in Vienna on Saturday 23rd May. Now, I know you're probably wondering why on earth this is happening, but to summarise the article: It's the 60th anniversary of Eurovision this year SBS, an Australian broadcaster, show it live every year It has a big following down under It's just as a one-off, apparently, but there's also the question of what happens if Australia manage to win. If they do, then they will not be hosting it in Australia. However, SBS will be allowed to host it alongside a European broadcaster somewhere in Europe, and as winners, they will be allowed to send a contestant to wherever it takes place in 2016. Countries across Europe are currently making their minds up as to who they want to represent them in Vienna this year, but there's no word on the British entry yet. I'd imagine that it'll be announced in the next few weeks. Here's to hoping we'll do better than we did last year with Molly, even though her entry was one of the better ones we've produced in recent years.