As we propel ourselves into 2020, we look back on a decade of Eurovision with our Top 100 Eurovision songs of the 2010s! There were over 400 songs competing in Eurovision between 2010 and 2019. Take a look at our list and let us know what songs are your faves!
November 2017 saw the release of even more songs from some of our favourite acts from Eurovision. This includes songs from former winners Marija Serifovic, Emmelie de Forest and Sertab Erener. Read on to hear the new tracks and to find out what we thought of them.
It is unlikely that Macedonia will participate in the 2018 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. This news comes from the national broadcaster MRT who have stated that due to accumulating debts owed to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), they will be unable to send an entry to Portugal next May.
Balkan nation Bosnia Herzegovina took a Eurovision hiatus in 2017 with the national broadcaster citing financial restraints as the reason for pulling out. Fans were hoping that this would be a one year thing but in an announcement this week BHRT revealed that they would not be returning to Eurovision for the 2018 edition.
Over the past week and a half we have been gradually unveiling our top 100 songs from the last ten years of Eurovision (2007-2016). Now that all has been revealed, here is the full countdown from number 100 to number one!
Bosnian singer Deen, who performed with singer Dalal, rapper Jala and Croatian cellist Ana Rucner at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, will support Joss Stone on her upcoming world tour. The Bosnian entry finished in eleventh in their semi final of Eurovision with their song ‘Ljubav je’ and therefore narrowly missed out on making it to the final.
This week I will begin my countdown of my Top 100 Eurovision Songs from the past ten years. Today I will bring you the songs that placed numbers 91-100. Read on to find out if your favourites made the cut and stay tuned for the rest of the Top 100 throughout the week.
Straight after the semi final results, the ten qualifying countries have found out whether they will perform in the first or second half of the final. They will join the big five UK and Spain who will perform in the second half of the final and Germany, France and Italy who will perform in the first half. As hosts Sweden chose to perform in the ninth slot in the Grand Final. Read on to find out where each qualifying nation will perform.
Tonight saw the first of the two Eurovision Semi Finals. 18 songs competed for the ten available slots in Saturday’s Grand Final. The results are in! Find out which countries will advance.
Tonight sees the staging of the first of the two Eurovision Semi Finals. 18 songs will do battle for the ten available slots in Saturday’s Grand Final. Ahead of the results we have made our predictions of who we think will make it through. Read on to find out what we thought and be sure to share your opinions in the comments section. Then check back later tonight to see if we were right.