Poll: Best Eurovision Song Ever Semi Final 1


The first rounds of the competition are over and we are one step closer to finding out which Eurovision Song is your favourite ever. We have whittled the field down from 32 to just 16 and now it is time for the first of our semi finals. 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 8th March.

Conchita Tops Best Eurovision Song Heat 2 Poll


Can Conchita keep the momentum of her Eurovision win going?

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.

The Eurovision that could have been: Sweden

Eurovision that Could Have Been

swedenAfter weeks of live qualifying events as part of their Melodifestivalen selection process , Sweden opted for Sanna Nielsen as their Eurovision entry with song ‘Undo’. But which songs could have been the Swedish representative had she been unsuccessful? Here are our favourites that narrowly missed out:

Review: Sweden- Sanna Nielsen ‘Undo’

Sanna Nielsen hoping to bring the Eurovision back to Sweden!

Sanna Nielsen hoping to bring the Eurovision back to Sweden!

Ballads are all the rage this year at Eurovision and as ballads go this one from Sweden’s Sanna Nielsen is probably the best. ‘Undo’ beat off stiff competition at this year’s Melodifestivalen, Sweden’s selection process, from great acts like Alcazar

Eurovision Rewind: 2005

Eurovision Rewind

Time for another Eurovision Rewind. This time it’s my favourite winner ever; Greece’s 2005 champion Elena Paparizou with ‘My Number One’. Everyone sing along now: ‘You’re my lover…Undercover…’