Eurovision always serves us some unforgettable moments and Eurovision 2017 was as eventful as ever. We relive the most memorable moments from streakers, to epic staging, great interval acts to hilarious comedic segments. Here are our twelve favourite memories from this year’s Contest. Which will be named the Best Moment at the Eurovision NI Awards 2017?
Six contenders competed in this evening’s You Decide UK Eurovision 2016 selection show. The winner of the show and the representative for the UK in 2016 will be Joe and Jake with ‘You’re Not Alone’.
You have decided that Darline should represent the UK with their song ‘Until Tomorrow’ in 2016. The song topped our UK Eurovision poll ahead of the five other contenders in the 2016 selection show ‘You Decide’.
Last month the UK revealed that six acts would compete for the public vote to be chosen to be their Eurovision representative in 2016. It wasn’t until this morning’s Ken Bruce radio 2 show that we found out who these contenders would be.
Reigning Eurovision champ Mans Zelmerlow has been added to the performance line up of the BBC’s UK Eurovision selection show ‘You Decide’. He will be joined by the last act to win Eurovision for the United Kingdom Katrina and the Waves on 26th February in the O2 Forum in Kentish Town where the live show will be filmed from.
Loreen has topped the first of our Best Eurovision Song Ever polls with 47.06% of the vote for her song ‘Euphoria’. She will progress to the first semi final round to be held at the beginning of March and will be joined by Alexander Rybak’s ‘Fairytale’ which came in second and Lordi’s ‘Hard Rock Hallelujah’ and Sandie Shaw with ‘Puppet on a String’.
Will Loreen be in a state of Euphoria after the poll results?
We want to hear from you! Which is your favourite Eurovision song of all time? In this first of four heats we pit the best songs from the last 59 years of Eurovision. Four of these songs will go through to the semi final in March, but will Loreen be in a state of Euphoria? Will it be Hard luck Hallelujah for Lordi? Will the Fairytale
As we wait in anticipation for tonight’s Semi Final 1, we look back to 1997 and the most recent win for the UK with Katrina and the Waves’ ‘Love Shine A Light’: