This week we kicked off our annual competition to find the top 40 songs from former Eurovision stars in 2019. The first set of 16 contenders were posted on Monday and you have been voting for your favourites. It’s now time to reveal the results and announce which five songs have made it through to the final 40.
We have started our quest to compile a list of the Top 40 songs released by Eurovision stars in 2019. Our first batch of sixteen songs include hits from previous winners Celine Dion (Switzerland, 1988), Lena (Germany, 2010) Eldar (Azerbaijan, 2011) and Conchita (Austria, 2014), as well as new tracks from the likes of Mahmood, Ilse Delange, Darude, Dami Im and Kate Miller Heidke. Check out the full line up below and vote for your five favourites in our poll.
Another month over and another month full of new epic tunes! Check out ten of the latest hits from former Eurovision stars including; Laura Tesoro, Guy Sebastian, Lena, Can Bonomo, Pall Oskar, as well as songs from Melfest alum JTR and Dolly Style!
Time now for the second of our Semi Finals in our quest to crown the best Eurovision song ever. We have narrowed out search down to the final 16 and it’s time to let your voice be heard. Below are the songs in contention for advancing to the final. Have a listen below and vote for your favourites in the poll. You can pick up to three songs. The results will be revealed on Sunday 15th March.
It’s that time of the week again! Time to get your vote on! Who will you select from this third of four heats to go through to our semi finals in March? Will Eric Saade be Popular amongst voters? Will Ell and Niki be Running Scared at the results? Does Eimear Quinn have The Voice to make it through?
Our time machine is feeling the effects of plunging back through the years, so today we have decided not to travel too far and have opted to go to 2010 & 2011 to bring you a double treat from Germany’s Lena. Check out the videos for her winning song in the 2010 contest ‘Satellite’ and the song she chose to defend her title with the following year ‘Taken By a Stranger’.
Some of our previous Eurovision acts can’t get enough of the contest.That’s why after having won with ‘Satellite’ in 2010, Lena Meyer Landrut returned to defend her title the following year. In between her two Eurovision outings Lena released her debut album