Earlier today the so called Big Five Eurovision nations of France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom and Spain learned of the fate of their performance slot for the Eurovision Grand Final 2016.
Gabriela Guncikova will compete in the first semi final for Czech Republic at Eurovision 2016. Her song is entitled ‘I Stand’ and we give our thoughts in the review which follows.
Greta Salome returns to Eurovision in 2016 for Iceland having competed in 2012 alongside Jonsi. Their song ‘Never Forget’ made it to the final and finished in 20th place with 46 points. Can Greta improve on this in 2016 with her new song ‘Hear Them Calling’? We assess Iceland’s chances in our review.
After weeks of polls; group stage, knockout round, Quarter Finals and Semi Finals, we are finally in a position to announce the two countries who will duke it out to be crowned the first ever winner of the Eurovision World Cup: Albania v Ireland!
This week four countries battled it out in the semi final stages of our first every Eurovision World Cup competition. You have been voting all week in the two match ups that saw Ireland’s Nicky Byrne compete against Austria’s Zoe, while Eneda Tarifa for Albania duked it out with Amir for France. Read on to find out which two songs were successful and who will compete this week in the Eurovision World Cup final.
This week you have been voting in the last of our weekly polls before the Eurovision Final which will take place on Saturday 14th May. On top of the last weekly poll of the year was Albania. Eneda Tarifa has topped the poll an incredible nine out of twelve times with her song ‘Fairytale’. This week she topped the poll with 52% of the vote while Bosnia Herzegovina finished in second for a third week in a row with Ireland’s Nicky Byrne in third with 18% for his song ‘Sunlight’. The top five was rounded up by UK’s Joe and Jake and France’s Amir. Read on for the full results.