As we propel ourselves into 2020, we look back on a decade of Eurovision with our Top 100 Eurovision songs of the 2010s! There were over 400 songs competing in Eurovision between 2010 and 2019. Take a look at our list and let us know what songs are your faves!
Earlier this week we revealed some very exciting news concerning this year’s Finnish Eurovision selection show Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu (UMK). Now we have some even more exciting news! Our favourite Finnish entry from recent years Krista Siegfrids will return to host the show in January 2017.
Krista Siegfrids is keeping it real with the unveiling of her new track earlier today. The song is called ‘Be Real’ and you can listen to the new single below.
Ding Dong! One of our favourite ever Eurovision singers Krista Siegfrids has announced via her social media channels that we can expect some new music from her very, very soon! The Finnish singer posted on her Instagram account yesterday that we can expect a new single from her on 2nd November!
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!
All week I have been counting down my Top 100 Eurovision songs from the past ten years. Today sees the countdown come to its conclusion, as I unveil my top ten songs. Read on to find out if your favourite is on top. You can view the rest of the top 100 here: 11-20, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-70, 71-80, 81-90, 91-100.
Melodifestivalen, Sweden’s Eurovision Selection, continued tonight with the fourth show live from Galve. Seven acts performed in this heat but there was only two spots in the final and a further two places for them to compete in the Second Chance Show.
Eurovision fans will be spoilt for choice tonight with seven Eurovision selection shows to chose from. Among these shows are three of the Scandinavian nations with Finland and Norway both hosting the final of their national selections and Sweden who will deliver the fourth of their Melodifestivalen shows. All of these shows will kick off at 20:00 CET tonight, but before they do, we reveal who has topped each of the nation’s polls.
Melfest Show 3 took place on Saturday night in Norrköping’s Himmelstalundshallen and was hosted again by Gina Dirawi. This week however Dirawi was joined by guest host Henrik Schyffert. Two spots were up for grabs in the Final and another two places in the Second Chance Show.
Melodifestivalen, Sweden’s Eurovision Selection, continued tonight with the second show live from Malmo. Seven acts performed in this heat but there was only two spots in the final and a further two places for them to compete in the Second Chance Show.