Greece Narrow Eurovision 2017 Pick Down to Two Artists

greeceAfter much rumour, speculation, format changes to the selection process and artists withdrawing themselves as picks for Greece’s 2017 Eurovision artist, Greek broadcaster ERTĀ announced today that they have narrowed it down to just two artists. Continue reading

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Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016: Group Two Results

group Eurovision NI Song of 2016This week you have been voting in the second group of songs to determine which song will be named our favourite song of 2016 from previous Eurovision contestants. The poll closed last night and we can now reveal the results. Continue reading

Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016: Group Two

Eurovision Ni Song of 2016Over the next nine weeks we will be looking closely at some of the songs released in 2016 by former Eurovision contestants. We will be asking you to vote for your favourite from the lists before compiling a final Top 30 just before the end of the year. Continue reading

Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016: Group One Results

Eurovision NI Song of the Year 2016All week you have been voting in our first poll to determine which song will be named our favourite song of 2016 from previous Eurovision contestants. The poll closed last night and we can now reveal the results.
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Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016: Group One

Eurovision NI Song of the Year 2016Over the next nine weeks we will be looking closely at some of the songs released in 2016 by former Eurovision contestants. We will be asking you to vote for your favourite from the lists before compiling a final Top 30 just before the end of the year. Continue reading

Details of Melodifestivalen 2017 Unveiled

Melodifestivalen 2017 Eurovision NIThe schedule for Sweden’s 2017 Eurovision selection, Melodifestivalen has been unveiled earlier today. As always 28 acts will compete over four semi finals, with two advancing directly to the final from each show and a further two from each will compete again in the Andra Chasen (or second chance) show. Continue reading

Eurovision 2016 Guide: Greece

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Greece is one of the most successful Eurovision nations of the twenty first century. In those fifteen years Greece has accomplished ten top ten finishes including three third places with Antique (2001), Sakis Rouvas (2004) and Kalomira (2008) and of course their only win to date in 2004 with Elena Paparizou’s ‘My Number One’. Since the semi finals were introduced in 2004, Greece has qualified every year. Their most recent attempt in 2015 was Maria Elena Kyriakou who finished in 19th place with her song ‘One Last Breath’.

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Conchita’s Rise Like a Phoenix is Your Favourite Eurovision Song Ever

Rise Like a Phoenix is your favourite Eurovision song ever!

Rise Like a Phoenix is your favourite Eurovision song ever!

After weeks of voting in our polls, you have crowned Conchita Wurst’s 2014 winning song ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ as your favourite Eurovision song ever. She proved to be unstoppable as she won by quite a large margin with 82% of the vote (2077 votes) in the final round. In second place was Sweden’s Loreen with ‘Euphoria’ which despite a late surge in votes only managed 10% of the overall total. Alexander Rybak’s ‘Fairytale’ was in third with 7% and Common Linnets’ ‘Calm After the Storm’ and ABBA’s ‘Waterloo’ were fourth and fifth respectively, both with less than 1% of the vote. Continue reading

Conchita is Unstoppable: Poll Results Top 7 Best Eurovision Song Ever

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You have been voting for your favourite Eurovision songs all week and it is finally time to reveal the results of who will battle it out in next week’s final five. 

 
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Conchita tops our Poll for Best Eurovision Song Ever Semi Final 1

Can Conchita keep the momentum of her Eurovision win going?

Conchita Wurst’s ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ continues to dominate our polls having come out on top in theĀ first of our semi finals. The song has now qualified for our top ten show down starting in two weeks time. The Austrian singer received a staggering 87.37% of the vote. Continue reading