Following Conchita Wurst's win last year, Vienna, Austria is the host city of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015. This year's favourites are Sweden and Italy, but can one-time-only entrants Australia take Europe's greatest prize "Down Under"?
It's Super Bowl Sunday, and it's the New England Patriots against the Settle Seahawks. Can Tom Brady win a fourth ring, or will Russell Wilson be the youngest to win two?
Only four teams are left in the hunt now, and all four won at home last week. Will the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks continue that this week, or can the Indianapolis Colts or Green Bay Packers win away to take them to the Super Bowl?
After a road win last week, the Ravens travel to New England this week. The Cowboys visit Green Bay, whilst the Broncos host the Colts and the Panthers visit Seattle.
There are four playoff games this weekend: Ravens @ Steelers and Bengals @ Colts in the AFC, and Cardinals @ Panthers and Lions @ Cowboys in the NFC. Can any road teams snatch a win?
It's the final week of the regular season! In the NFC, there's five teams on 11-4, and the NFC South features a winner takes all game for the final spot. In the AFC, can the Broncos hold on for the #2 seed?
Some playoff spots are wrapped up, but plenty still up for grabs. The Falcons visit the Saints in a crucial divisional matchup, but other big games include Colts - Cowboys, Seattle - Arizona and Broncos - Bengals.
We're down to the last three weeks. The Patriots and Broncos can both win their divisions this week and we have some great divisional matchups: Bengals at Browns, Cowboys at Eagles and Broncos at Chargers.
As the play-offs edge closer, the AFC-leading Patriots visit the Chargers, and the Seahawks visit the Eagles. Meanwhile, the Steelers and Bengals meet in an important divisional matchup.
Copenhagen, Denmark is the host of Eurovision this year, and for once, there's no clear favourite to win. Armenia were the early favourites this year, but Hungary, Austria, Sweden and the Netherlands have all been highly rated. Who will come out on top?
Twenty-six countries are vying for the 2013 Eurovision trophy, but only one can win it. Will Emmelie de Forest take it back to Denmark? Or can Ukraine, Norway, or even Italy take advantage of late slots to steal victory?
After Tuesday's first semi final, ten more countries can qualify for Saturday night. Watch out for here include Norway (Margaret Berger), Finland (Krista Siegrids) and Azerbaijan (Farid Mammadov).
Malmö, Sweden hosts Eurovision this year, and the first semi final features some very strong entries, including favourites Denmark and also hotly-tipped Ukraine. Ireland also take part in this semi final, along with Dutch star Anouk. Will all qualify?
After Azerbaijan won last year's Eurovision Song Contest final in Germany, Baku is the host of this year's contest. Sweden are favourites to win, whilst the United Kingdom are represented by Engelbert Humperdinck, and Jedward return to represent Ireland.