Eurovision World Cup 2016: Group C

Eurovision 2016 World Cup Group C
Two songs will advance from Group C to the knock out stage of our Eurovision World Cup Contest. Group C consists of Germany, Georgia, Croatia, Norway, Romania and San Marino. Listen to each of the songs in this group and vote for your favourite two in the poll below. Poll closes 4th April when the results will be unveiled. Continue reading

Eurovision World Cup Results: Group A and B!

Sergey Lazarev Russia Eurovision 2016This week you have been voting for your favourite acts in Groups A and B of our Eurovision World Cup competition. Two acts from each group have made it through to the knock out stages. Read on to find out which countries will advance. Continue reading

Poll: Which Eurovision Song is Your Fave? (closes 3rd April)

Eurovision 2016Last week saw Albania come first in our weekly Eurovision poll. Can Eneda Tarifa repeat this feat again this week, or will another one of the Eurovision nations topple her from the top spot? Get voting for your favourite song! Poll closes at 4pm on 3rd April, when the results will be revealed!
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Review: Malta- Ira Losco ‘Walk on Water’

Malta Eurovision 2016 Ira LoscoMalta chose Ira Losco as their 2016 Eurovision entry quite early on in the selection season. However, they had a last minute song change when they decided to drop ‘Chameleon (Invincible)’ which won the MESC competition, and replace it with ‘Walk On Water’. Will this alteration enhance their chances of winning? Find out in our review of the song. Continue reading

Poll Results: Albania back on top!

Albania Eurovision 2016 Eneda
Our readers have been voting all week for their favourite Eurovision song. With all 43 songs revealed, the fight was on to see who would be top of the pack. This week’s poll saw Albania’s Eneda Tarifa return to the top spot with song ‘Fairytale’. In second was The Netherlands’ Douwe Bob who climbed 23 places. Russia’s Sergey Lazarev was in third with ‘You Are the Only One’, while Cyprus and Ireland were in fourth and fifth place respectively with Minus One and Nicky Byrne.

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Review: Hungary- Freddie ‘Pioneer’

Hungary A DAL Eurovision 2016Freddie stomped to victory at Hungary’s A Dal national selection final and was chosen to represent the nation at Eurovision 2016. His song ‘Pioneer’ was an early favourite and beat off stiff competition from former Hungarian Eurovision participant Andras Kallay Saunders. But what did we make of ‘Pioneer’? Continue reading

Review: Montenegro- Highway ‘The Real Thing’

Eurovision 2016, Highway, MontenegroMontenegro have selected Highway to represent them at Eurovision 2016 with their song ‘The Real Thing’. We analyse the song in our review. Read on to find out what we thought… Continue reading

Review: Poland- Michal Szpak ‘Color of Your Life’

Michal Szpak Poland Eurovision 2016Poland’s decision to select Michal Szpak as their entry for 2016 sparked universal outrage from Eurovision fans, many of whom saw Margaret’s ‘Cool Me Down’ as the obvious pick. Poland had been riding high in the betting odds before the selection, and has since plummeted from firm favourites to outsiders at 66/1. Some fans have gone to great lengths to overturn the decision, starting an online petition for the national broadcaster of Poland to repeal the decision and replace Michal with Margaret. But is his song all as bad as that? Continue reading

Review: Macedonia- Kaliopi ‘Dona’

Kaliopi Macedonia Eurovision 2016Macedonia have selected experienced vocalist Kaliopi as their 2016 Eurovision entry. She will sing ‘Dona’ in Stockholm with the hopes of advancing from Semi Final 2. We assess her chances in our review. Continue reading

Review: Belgium- Laura Tesoro ‘What’s The Pressure?’

Eurovision 2016 Belgium Laura Tesoro

Belgium have chosen Laura Tesoro with her song ‘What’s The Pressure?’ As their pick for Eurovision 2016. She won the Belgian selection show Eurosong 2016 back in January, fighting off competition from four other acts. But what do we make of her chances in Stockholm? Read on to find out.

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