Eurovision Rewind: 2011

Boy band Blue’s 2011 Eurovision entry ‘I Can’ is the subject of today’s Eurovision Rewind. Check out the song below:

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The Eurovision that could have been: Sweden

swedenAfter weeks of live qualifying events as part of their Melodifestivalen selection process , Sweden opted for Sanna Nielsen as their Eurovision entry with song ‘Undo’. But which songs could have been the Swedish representative had she been unsuccessful? Here are our favourites that narrowly missed out: Continue reading

Latvia Have a ‘Cake to Bake’, Let’s Help Them Out!

Latvia Cake!

Latvia Cake!

Aarzemmnieki are Latvia’s choice for Eurovision this year and they have one thing on their mind: baking a cake. The song’s lyrics suggest that they would struggle to bake a cake so we have decided to help them out.

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Eurovision Rewind: 2003

Eurovision has launched the career of many pop greats, but some come to the competition with already some fame in the bag and this was the case in 2003 when Russian duo t.A.T.u took to Europe’s biggest stage. They didn’t manage to win, but nevertheless they impressed with song ‘Nye Ver, Nye Boysa’. You can listen to it below:

Twitter Battles: Top 16 Match Ups

We are one step closer to crowning the champion of the Eurovision Twitter Battles for 2014. We have already knocked out over half of the entries and now it’s time for us to reveal the match ups and dates for the battles to see who will advance to the quarter final stages next week. Continue reading

Twitter Battle Update: UK, Spain, Ukraine and Montenegro through to top 16.

battleAnother day over and more twitter battles came to a head. This time it was Ukraine’s Mariya Yaremchuk, UK’s Molly Smitten-Downes, Spain’s Ruth Lorenzo and Montenegro’s Sergej advancing through to the top sixteen. Check out the results below: Continue reading

Conchita Wurst facing Trans-phobic Backlash

Conchita Wurst subjected to Transphobic abuse

Conchita Wurst subjected to Transphobic abuse

Austria’s Eurovision entry Conchita Wurst has been the subject of international headlines today following a transphobic backlash online. Wurst a.k.a. Tom Neurwirth will represent his country with his Bond-theme-esque ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ in Copenhagen in a fortnight, but he seemed to have ruffled a few feathers along the way. Continue reading

Eurovision Rewind: 1999

Yesterday saw us take you back in time to 2009, today we go back a further ten years to 1999 and to Sweden’s Charlotte Nielsen’s victory with song ‘Take Me To Your Heaven’:

Twitter Battle update: Finland knock out Armenia in Shock Result

battleIt’s time for a twitter battle update. A few shock results including the contest’s favourites Armenia getting knocked out. Have a look at the rest of the results below:

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Armenia Still Most Viewed Video on YouTube

aram mp3

 

Armenia’s Aram MP3 still tops the chart for most Youtube views. Have a look below at the rest of the top ten and the bottom five.

 

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