Review: Hungary- Joci Papai ‘Origo’

Hungary chose Joci Papai to represent them in 2017 when he won the national selection show A DAL with song ‘Origo’. He has already progressed to the live Final and will perform in the eighth slot later this evening. But how will he on? Continue reading

Review: Moldova- Sunstroke Project ‘Hey Mamma!’

Moldova’s Sunstroke Project return to Eurovision minus the female vocalist that accompanied them in 2010. Back then Epic Sax Guy Sergey Stepanov took the internet by storm when his sax solo skills were turned into virally shared memes and he’s back again with even more sax skills in 2017 with song ‘Hey Mamma!’ Continue reading

Review: France- Alma ‘Requiem’

Alma will follow in the footsteps of Amir when she represents France in tonight’s Eurovision Grand Final. She will sing a sing called ‘Requiem’ which was penned by Nazim Khaled who was also responsible for France’s 2016 song ‘J’ai Cherche’. How does ‘Requiem’ stack up?

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My Prediction: The Final

Ahead of tonight’s live Eurovision Grand Final, I reveal my predictions for the finishing positions. Some of these have changed in the last few days, so will be different from what I had posted in my reviews. Have a look see and see if you agree with my predictions. Continue reading

Review: Italy- Francesco Gabbani ‘Occidentali’s Karma’

Winner of the New Artist category and the Big Artists category in back to back Sanremo Contests, Francesco Gabbani will represent Italy at Eurovision 2017 with his song ‘Occidentali’s Karma’.
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Draw determines where SF 2 qualifiers will Perform in Final

With both semi finals over us, we’re looking ahead to Saturday’s Grand Final and the running order. We already know which half the Big 5, Ukraine and the ten qualifiers from the first semi final will perform. Following a winners’ press conference after the live show we can also reveal which half the second semi final qualifers will perform. The full running order will be decided by the Ukrainian national broadcasters very soon. Continue reading