Mahmood soared to second place at Eurovision 2019 with his song ‘Soldi’. The Italian singer has wasted no time and has been toiling away in the studio on new material. His next single ‘Barrio’ debuted last week and now he has released the new music video for the track. Check it out!
In the wake of the Eurovision 2019 results, it seems that that there have been a number of issues with how the jury votes had been delivered. Most notably, and the only one that the EBU has accepted to date, is the results of the Belorussian jury. Other marked mistakes however have been made. This is particularly the case in regards to the Semi Final jury votes and some of the national jurors having voted back to front.
Duncan Laurence secured a fifth win for the Netherlands at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, the nation’s first win in 44 years. Duncan’s song ‘Arcade’ topped the leaderboard at the end of Saturday night’s Grand Final which was held in Tel Aviv in Israel. He scored a total of 498 points, just 26 points ahead of second place Mahmood for Italy.
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Mahmood won Italy’s Sanremo festival in 2019, amidst some controversy when a far right politician called on him to be expelled from the competition for not being Italian enough. Nonetheless Mahmood was victorious with his song ‘Soldi’. Here’s what we think of it!
The Eurovision NI World Cup 2019 came to an end this afternoon when the poll for the final closed. The final saw Mahmood from Italy take on KEiiNO from Norway. But who was the winner?
While all the semi finalists have had two rehearsal sessions over the last week, it was the turn of the Big Five countries and host nation Israel to get their first run through earlier today.
The Eurovision NI World Cup 2019 will come to an end on Sunday when the poll for the final will close and the either Mahmood from Italy or KEiiNO from Norway will be named the winner.
The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year in 2019. Group E saw Mahmood, Tamara Todevska, Darude, Luca Hanni and Zena do battle for Italy, Macedonia, Finland, Switzerland and Belarus respectively for the two spots in the next round. You’ve been voting since Sunday and now it’s time to reveal the results!
The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year and we continue the competition with Group E. Group E consists of Italy, Macedonia, Finland, Switzerland and Belarus. Take a look at their songs below and vote for your favourite in our poll!
The Eurovision NI World Cup kicked off in 2016 crowning Ireland’s Nicky Byrne as the first champion. It returned in 2017 and the final was won by Israel’s Imri Ziv and last year crowned Finland’s Saara Aalto the winner. The competition returns for a fourth year but who will join the Hall of Champions? Refresh your memory about how the competition works.