Asia Eurovision has been a long time coming, it did not help with political problems and get 10 different Asian countries to reach an agreement.
In March 2016, the Eurovision organizer, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), concluded an agreement with SBS to create a local regional version of the European competition.
SBS and its production partner Blink TV were to launch a creation, and the initial idea was to have Sydney as the first host city before being organized in other cities in the region.
Broadcasters in India, China and South Korea have expressed their interest and plans for the contest to make its debut in 2017 … then in 2018.
Now, in the most recent installment, the Gold Coast has and will take place at the end of 2019.
This came from a report from 9NEWS Queensland, which found documents published by the Gold Coast Local Council.
At this stage, it is scheduled to take place between 30 November and 7 December 2019 at the Gold Coast Exhibition and Exhibition Center.
It will include "high-level artists" from 16 Asian Pacific countries with "red carpet arrivals", "meeting meetings and meetings" and a high-end three-hour live broadcast.
Among those who are said to be participating are China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, India, South Korea, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.
Those who were interested were Kazakhstan, Maldives, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.
The full list of definitions will be confirmed in May.
However, SBS has rejected speculation.
"Eurovision Asia is still developing. We continue to have a series of discussions about bringing the event to life, but nothing is confirmed at this stage."
Gold Coast to Host Australia Decides in February, where the Australian song and the artist who will represent the country in Eurovision in Israel will be chosen.
The Gold Coast Council wants to host all things at Eurovision and in its consultation document it wants to host it every four years for the next 12 years.
He has already allocated the new HOTA premises as Eurovision Asia Village.
"Eurovision Asia is huge," the mayor of Gold Coast Tom Tate said 9NEWS. "(Potential reaches) over 200 million people."