Eurovision Gets Political in 2018!

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For the most part Eurovision is a celebration of a range of European identities, a chance for nations to express and showcase their national individuality and prowess. On a whole this is about celebrating the music and culture of these nations and usually sees widespread generic messages evoking peace, love and tolerance. Eurovision rules state that:

‘The lyrics and/or performance of the songs shall not bring the Shows, the ESC [Eurovision Song Contest] as such or the EBU [European Broadcasting Union] into disrepute. No lyrics, speeches, gestures of a political or similar nature shall be permitted during the ESC.’

However there have been moments in Eurovision’s history that have flouted this rule and has seen rising tensions between countries who are at odds with come to the fore and play out through the Contest.

Review: Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro- ‘No Mi Avete Fatto Niente’ (Italy)

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Artist: Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro

Song: No Mi Avete Fatto Niente

Country: Italy

Rating: ★★★★★★★★☆☆

Ranking: 18th

Betting Odds: 29/1

Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro- ‘No Mi Avete Fatto Niente’ (Italy) Lyrics

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Duo Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro will represent Italy at Eurovision 2018. Check out their lyrics to ‘No Mi Avete Fatto Niente’ along with the English translation. 

Eurovision World Cup 2018: Group D!

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The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the third consecutive year and we continue the competition with Group D. Group D Consists of United Kingdom, Belgium, Latvia, Italy and Belarus. Take a look at their songs below and vote for your favourite in our poll!

10 Things About…Ermal and Fabrizio!

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Get to know Italian duo Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro better with our 10 Things About…Ermal and Fabrizio!

Francesco Gabbani wins Sanremo and Will Represent Italy at Eurovision 2017!

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Sanremo 2017 Italy EurovisionThe Italian music festival Sanremo concluded its 67th edition in tonight following a week of concerts in Teatro Ariston in the Italian city of Sanremo. 

Italy Reveals the 22 Acts for Sanremo 2017!

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Sanremo 2017 Italy EurovisionThe Italian music festival Sanremo will host its 67th edition in the week beginning 7th February in Teatro Ariston in the Italian city of Sanremo. Earlier this week the participants in the 2017 festival’s Big Artists category, who are given first refusal to compete for Italy at Eurovision, were revealed. Check out the list below!