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.
Tonight saw the first of this year’s Eurovision semi final live shows take place. Eighteen countries competed for the ten slots available to them in Saturday’s Final. Find out which of the acts made it through.
With the first of the Eurovision 2017 Semi Finals only days away, check out how each of the acts from SF1 got on in their rehearsal run throughs last week. Which ten of the eighteen acts do you think will make it through to Saturday’s live final? Vote in our poll!
It’s been a while since Greece have been on form at Eurovision. Last year, they ruined their perfect record of always qualifying for the final when Argo’s ‘Utopian Land’ didn’t impress audiences or make it to the Final. Prior to that they have also had a string of poor results with Maria Elena placing in 19th the year before and Freaky Fortune placing 20th the year before that again. This is a far cry from their golden years 2004-2011 where they placed in the top ten every year including a win in 2005. 2017 however could be the year that they begin to turn their fortunes around again as they have chosen Greek pop princess Demy and her song ‘This is Love’.
For the past four days you have been voting in Group C of the Eurovision NI World Cup 2017! We have closed the poll and can now reveal the results and announce which two countries have made it through to the next round of the competition.
Two songs will advance from Group C to the knock out stage of our Eurovision World Cup Contest. Group C consists of Greece, Belarus, Germany Norway and UK. Listen to each of the songs in this group and vote for your favourite two in the poll below. Poll closes 23rd March when the results will be unveiled.
The World Cup happens every four years, but we had so much fun with our Eurovision World Cup last year, that we decided it should make a return in 2017. Eurovision has been hailed by many as being the ‘Gay World Cup’. So what if the format for Eurovision was more like the World Cup?