Over 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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Eurovision Top 100 2007-2016, News and tagged 1944, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, A Friend In London, Alex Swings Oscar Sings, Alex Vorobyov, Alexander Rybak, All Night Long, Allez Ola Ole, Alter Ego, Always, Alyona Lanskaya, Amir, Andras Kallay Saunders, andrius pojavis, Ani Lorak, Anouk, Aphrodisiac, Armenia, Aysel and Arash, Azerbaijan, Believe, Birds, Blue, Boggie, Bosnia Herzegovina, Buranovskiye Babushki, ByeAlex, Calm After the Storm, Can-Linn feat. Kasey Smith, Carry Me In Your Dreams, Chanee and N'evergreen, Change, Charlotte Perrelli, Cheesecake, Children of the Universe, Conchita Wurst, D'Nash, Dalal/Deen/Ana/Jala, Dancing Lasha Tumbai, Düm Tek Tek, Denmark, Diana Gurtskaya, Dima Bilan, Dmitry Koldun, Donotan/Cleo, Douwe Bob, Drip Drop, Eleftheria Eleftheriou, Elena, Elina Born and Stig Rasta, Ell and Nikki, Elnur Hüseynov, Emmelie de Forest, Eric Saade, ESC, Euphoria, Euroband, Eurovision, Eurovision Song Contest, Fairytale, Farid Mammadov, Feed You My Love, Fight, Flying the Flag, Georgia, Get You, Getter Jaani, Giorgos Alkaios and Friends, Giorgos Alkaois and Friends, golden boy, Goodbye to Yesterday, Gravity, Greece, greta salome, Guy Sebastian, Hadise, Hanna, hear them calling, Heartbeat, Hera Bjork, Hero, Heroes, Hold Me, Hold On Be Strong, Hotel FM, Hour of the Wolf, I Can, I Love You Mi Vida, In A Moment Like this, Ira Losco, Is It True?, It's My Time, Ivi Adamou, J'ai Cherche, Jade Ewen, Jamala, Je ne sais quoi, Jedward, Jessy Matador, Jon Lilygreen and the Islanders, Kalomira, Kati Wolf, Kedvesem, Kejsi Tola, Kenan Dogulu, Krista Siegfrids, Kurt Calleja, La La Love, Laura Tesoro, Leave Me Alone, Lena, Life Looks Better in Spring, Lighthouse X, Lipstick, Ljubav je, Loic nottet, Loreen, Lose Control, Love Kills, Mandinga, maNga, Mans Zelmerlow, Margaret Berger, Maria Haukaas Storeng, Maria Haukaas Stroeng, Maria Olafs, Marry Me, Minus One, Miss Kiss Kiss Bang, Moldova, Molly, Monika Linkyte and Vaidas Baumila, Monster Like Me, Morland/Debrah Scarlatt, Moustache, My Slowianie, Nadav Guedj, Natalia Barbu, New Tomorrow, Nina Zilli L'Amore E Femmina, No Prejudice, Only Teardrops, OPA!, Party For Everybody, Paula Seling and Ovi, Peace Will Come, Pirates of the Sea, Playing With Fire, Pollaponk, Popular, Qele Qele, Rhythm Inside, Rise Like A Phoenix, Roberto Bellarosa, Rockafeller Street, Running, Running Scared, Safura, Sakis Rouvas, Sarbel, Satellite, Scooch, Secret Combination, Serebro, Sergey Lazarev, Shady Lady, Shake It Up Sekerim, Should've Known Better, Simon Mathew, Sirusho, Slow Down, Softengine, Solayoh, Soldiers of Love, Soluna Samay, something, Something Better, Song#1, Stay, Sweden, Taken By A Stranger, TEO, The Ark, The Balkan Girls, The Common Linnets, The Worrying Kind, This Is My life, This Is Our Night, This is the Night, This Time, Thunder and Lightning, Tonight Again, Tooji, Top 100, TWIN TWIN, UK, Unbroken, United Kingdom, Verka Serduchka, Vukasin Brajic, Waldo's People, Walk on Water, War for Nothing, Waterline, We Could Be the Same, What About My Dreams?, What's the Pressure, Wolves of the Sea, Work Your Magic, Yassou Maria, Yohanna, you are the only one, Zaleilah, Zlata Ognevich. Bookmark the permalink.
I continue counting down my Top 100 songs from the last ten years by unveiling which songs have placed 41-50, read on to find out which songs made th e cut! Click here to find out who placed 51-60, 61-70, 71-80, 81-90 and 91-100.
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The Maltese entry for 2015 is 23 year old Amber Bondin, who simply goes by her forename Amber. Her song is called ‘Warrior’ and she will battle it out against sixteen other songs in Semi Final Two in an attempt to secure a place in this year’s Eurovision final. We take a closer look at the song, read on to see what we thought.
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