With just three days to go to Eurovision final day our Twitter Battles are really starting to heat up.
Below are the Quarter Final results and the Semi Final match ups which will both take place tomorrow Thursday 8th May.
We go further back in time to bring you another Eurovision winning song from the UK. This time it’s the 1976 hit ‘Save All Your Kisses For Me’ by Brotherhood of Man. Let us recall that performance with this video:
San Marino and Montenegro will compete in the Eurovision Final on Saturday 10th May for the first time ever, after having qualified from Tuesday’s first semi final.
Russian twins the Tolmachevy Sisters advanced through to the Eurovision Final on Saturday 10th May following a performance at last night’s first semi final. However it wasn’t all good news for the ‘Shine’ singers
Spain chose ex-UK X-Factor contestant Ruth Lorenzo and her power ballad ‘Dancing in the Rain’ as their entry for Eurovision 2014 but which acts narrowly missed out to her and do you agree with the choice that Spain made? The Spanish selection process is comprised of a 50% public vote and a 50% jury vote and the results were tight indeed.
There were a few unexpected appearances at the first semi final of Eurovision 2014. Previous competitors
Last night saw the first of two semi finals take place on the spectacular Eurovision stage in Copenhagen’s B & W Hallerne Arena. The show kicked off in style with a performance from last year’s winner Emmelie de Forrest as she sang her winning song ‘Only Teardrops’ accompanied by what has been dubbed