Last week we narrowed our search down to just seven acts and this week we will have another double elimination which will decide which of the seven remaining acts will go through to the top 5. Make sure your favourite act doesn’t get eliminated on Friday 3rd April by voting for them in the poll below.
Conchita Wurst’s ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ topped the poll again this week with 53.16%. The 2012 winning song ‘Euphoria’ by Loreen came in second this week with 34.74%. The two acts getting eliminated in this week’s double elimination were
The first week of our poll to determine the Top 10 Eurovision Songs ever has come to an end and saw Russia’s Dima Bilan and his song ‘Believe’ become the first casualty. This week we are upping the stakes and we will eliminate another two songs, the two that finish bottom of the poll this week- finishing in eighth and ninth place. Make sure your favourite act doesn’t get eliminated by voting for them in the poll below which will close on Friday 27th March. Remember you can vote for up to three songs.Continue reading
The voting has now closed on our Eurovision Top 10 poll and while Conchita Wurst tops the poll with a healthy 70% of the vote, it is Dima Bilan’s Believe who finished bottom and will be the first song to be eliminated from our top 10. The full results are below Continue reading
Now that we’ve finalized our top 10 Eurovision songs ever it’s time to vote to see who will come out on top. The video for the songs in the running are listed below and you can vote in our poll at the bottom of the page. We will eliminate the song with the lowest number of votes on Friday 20th March and that song will finish in 10th place. And remember you can vote for up to three songs.Continue reading
Time now for the second of our Semi Finals in our quest to crown the best Eurovision song ever. We have narrowed out search down to the final 16 and it’s time to let your voice be heard. Below are the songs in contention for advancing to the final. Have a listen below and vote for your favourites in the poll. You can pick up to three songs. The results will be revealed on Sunday 15th March.Continue reading
Elina Born and Stig Rasta are chosen by Estonia, propelling them to the top of the betting odds.
Eesti Laul concluded tonight when Estonia selected Elina Born and Stig Rasta as their entry for Eurovision 2015. The winning song ‘Goodbye to Yesterday’ beat off stiff competition from nine other competitors including runners up Elisa Kolk’s ‘Superlove’ and Daniel Levi’s ‘Burning Lights’.
The duo were favourites to be chosen and so the result is no surprise, and bookies have selected Estonia’s song as one of the early favourites to win the contest overall. The folky ballad duet is not unlike last year’s entry ‘Calm After the Storm’ from the Netherlands which saw the Common Linnets finish second to Austria’s Conchita Wurst.
Estonia will compete in Semi Final 1 of the Eurovision on 19th May in Vienna. Listen to the winning song below and let us know if you think Estonia have made the right decision.
Reigning Eurovision champion Conchita Wurst’s Rise Like a Phoenix has topped the poll in our second heat where we want to find out what you think is the best Eurovision Song Ever. The Austrian came out on top with a whopping 88.14% of the vote and will qualify for the first of the semi final rounds to take place next month.
Joining Conchita in the next round will be the Common Linnets from the Netherlands, whose song Calm After the Storm finished in second place in the poll with 9.62%. Greek winner from 2005 Elena Paparizou’s My Number One and Swedish winner Charlotte Nielssen will also advance with 0.96% and 0.64% respectively.
Acts failing to advance to the next round include 2013 winner Emmelie De Forrest, Dana, Ruslana and Brotherhood of Mann. The contest continues this week with Heat number 3 and you can vote in it by clicking here.
Semi Final 2 has improved the chances for Austria’s Conchita Wurst. Moving the drag act up to second favourite. The acts have moved former favourite Armenia considerably down in the Bookies’ odds. Check ouContinue reading
The Common Linnets are quickly becoming one of my favourite acts this year
After failing to qualify for the final an unprecedented 8 years in a row (2005-2012), the Netherlands’ Anouk turned their luck around with her song ‘Birds’ in 2013. This year’s entry is not a far cry away from Anouk in genre and style and sees them try to emulate her success. The Dutch entry is folky-country duo the Common LinnetsContinue reading