Is Eurovision coming down? The next part of the singing competition could be held on Australia's Gold Coast. Jessica Mauboy is portrayed in Eurovision 2018 (AFP)
The presence of Australian competitors in the Eurovision Song Contest has been a controversial subject.
And that question may become even more loaded with rumors that Eurovision Asia can be held in Australia.
Specifically, the new Asia-Pacific corner contest, which is still in the planning stages, can be held on the Gold Coast.
According to TV Tonight, a report from the Gold Coast City Council indicates that the event could take place between November 30 and December 7, 2019 at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Center.
The report continues to suggest that Eurovision Asia could return to Australia every four years for the next 12 years.
The event can reach 200 million people worldwide, but at this stage there is nothing blocked.
An announcement about whether to go ahead, and what countries occur, may be in May of next year.
In recent years, Australia has competed in a controversial way in the European field of singing competition.
In May, Australian star Jessica Mauboy ranked 20th in the Eurovision contest in Lisbon, Portugal, with the pop track We Got Love.
Jessica followed in the footsteps of Guy Sebastian, Isaiah Firebrace and Dami Im.
The Down Under land, somewhat controversially, joined the mostly European singing competition in 2015, and will compete for the fourth time in 2018.
Former Australian Idol winner Guy Sebastian was the first participant in the country.
He played the song Tonight Again and was in fifth place in the 2015 competition, which took place in Vienna.
Australia's locker brush with Eurovision victory was second place, reached by former X Factor Australia winner Dami Im in Sweden in 2016.
She skated near the award with the performance of the song Sound of Silence.
Last year, Isaiah Firebrace, 18, who won the eighth season of The X Factor Australia, took over the competition.
He sang his song Don & # 39; t Come Easy in Kiev and was in ninth place.
This article has been adapted from its original source.