Earlier this week the eurovision fan website songfestival.be in comjunction with ESC Radio revealed the ESC Top 250. The annual ESC250 competition asks fans to allocate points to their favourite Eurovision songs of all time. The votes are collated just before Christmas and revealed in a live countdown on ESC Radio on New Year’s Eve. Below is the top entries on the chart per country!
Eurovision fan website songfestival.be is responsible for running the annual ESC250 competition which asks fans to allocate points to their favourite Eurovision songs of all time. The votes are collated just before Christmas and revealed in a live countdown on ESC Radio on New Year’s Eve, with number one being revealed at midnight.
As we propel ourselves into 2020, we look back on a decade of Eurovision with our Top 100 Eurovision songs of the 2010s! There were over 400 songs competing in Eurovision between 2010 and 2019. Take a look at our list and let us know what songs are your faves!
Luca Hanni is the Swiss pick for Eurovision 2019. Find out more about the singer with our 10 Things About…Luca Hanni piece!
Eleni Foureira impressed Eurovision fans the world over last year when she gave Cyprus a second place finish at Eurovision 2018 with her anthem ‘Fuego’. Since then the diva has gone from strength to strength releasing banger after banger. Off the back of her Eurovision success Eleni has released the tracks ‘Caramela’ and our top track of 2018 ‘Tomame’. This week Eleni released the music video for her latest offering ‘Triumph’. Read on to check out the new track!
Tamta will represent Cyprus at Eurovision 2019. Find out more about the singer with our 10 Things About…Tamta!
Cypriot broadcaster CyBc has been dropping hints about their Eurovision 2019 entry for the past few weeks. Daily hints have dropped on their Facebook page and has sent the fandom into speculation overdrive.
Only three of this year’s Eurovision songs have entered the UK Singles Chart this weekend.
Netta Barzilai has been crowned the winner of Eurovision 2018 for Israel. The singer wowed both juries and the public throughout Europe and Australia with her song ‘Toy’, a reaction to the recent #MeToo Movement. The song beat off stiff competition from Cyprus’ Eleni Foureira who finished in second with song ‘Fuego’, Austria’s Cezar Sampson was a surprise hit with the juries coming in third, former winner Alexander Rybak (Norway) and former runner up Waylon (The Netherlands). Netta totaled 529 points between the jury and televote.