NOW WHERE THEY AT?: Lena Meyer Landrut

Lena Meyer Landrut

Lena Meyer Landrut

Some of our previous Eurovision acts can’t get enough of the contest.That’s why after having won with ‘Satellite’ in 2010, Lena Meyer Landrut returned to defend her title the following year. In between her two Eurovision outings Lena released her debut album Continue reading

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Review: France- TWIN TWIN ‘Moustache’

TWIN TWIN want to grow a ‘Moustache’

This year I’m going to start off the reviews with my favourite entry from the list. The song that has captured my heart the most this time round is not one about ever-lasting love, about struggling Continue reading

Review: United Kingdom- Molly ‘Children of the Universe’

 

In the recent past the United Kingdom have attempted to draw in acts that are household names across Europe to aid them in their quest to gain more votes and finish a little bit higher up the pecking order on the scoreboard in the Eurovision final. That’s why last year we had Bonnie Tyler, the year before that saw crooner Englebert Humperdink┬átake to the stage and in the year prior to that they sent hugely successful boy band Blue. This however has proven unsuccessful with all three acts failing to even break into the top 10.

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Blue (2011) 11th Place

Engelbert Humperdink (2012) 25th place

Engelbert Humperdink (2012) 25th place

Bonnie Tyler (2013) 19th Place

Bonnie Tyler (2013) 19th Place

 

 

 

 

 

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