Eurovision Top 100 (2007-2016) Full Chart

Eurovision NI Top 100 1-10Over the past week and a half we have been gradually unveiling our top 100 songs from the last ten years of Eurovision (2007-2016). Now that all has been revealed, here is the full countdown from number 100 to number one! Continue reading

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Eneda Tarifa Will Represent Albania in 2016!

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Eneda Tarifa has been chosen as the act who will represent Albania in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. The decision was made with the conclusion of the 54th annual Festival i Kenges which took place over the past three nights. Following two semi finals on Christmas Day and Boxing Day, tonight saw 22 acts compete in the final.  Continue reading

Which acts made it through to the Albanian final?

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Instead of the originally scheduled 18 acts, 22 artists have made it through to the Albanian national selection final which will take place later tonight. 30 acts in total battled over two semi finals held on Christmas Day and on Boxing Day in a bid to get one step closer to being Albania’s entry for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. Eight of these acts have been eliminated from the Festivali i Këngës 2016 competition. Read on to find out which act have been eliminated and which will continue to fight it out in the final. Continue reading

Eurovision 2016 Guide: Albania

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*Updated 26th Dec to reflect Festivali I Kenges Semi Final Results

Albania have had a tumultuous Eurovision history failing to qualify from the semi finals on 5 occasions. Their best result to date came from Rona Nishliu when she finished in fifth place in 2012 with song ‘Suus’. Albania also did quite well in their debut year in 2004 when Anjeza Shahini’s song ‘The Image of You’ came in seventh and their most recent attempt in 2015 saw Elhaida Dani come 17th.

Albania will be the first country to reveal their song for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest on the 27th December. 30 acts will compete over two semi finals held on Christmas Day and Boxing Day with the best 18 songs from each qualifying for the final of the 54th edition of Festivali i Këngës in the country’s capital Tirana. This was later altered to allow 22 acts to qualify for the final. Continue reading