November 2017 saw the release of even more songs from some of our favourite acts from Eurovision. This includes songs from former winners Marija Serifovic, Emmelie de Forest and Sertab Erener. Read on to hear the new tracks and to find out what we thought of them.
Eurovision 2013 winner Emmelie de Forest is back with a new single! Her new song ‘Sanctuary’ was unveiled earlier today, listen to it below.
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!
Denmark’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix came to a head tonight with ten acts vying to be chosen as the Danish Eurovision entry for 2016. In the end it was Lighthouse X that were chosen by the public to go to Stockholm to compete in May.
The ten acts competing in this year’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will shortly take to the stage in the hopes of being the Danish Eurovision act for 2016. But who did you vote as your favourite?
Denmark have won Eurovision on three occasions: first in 1963 with ‘Dansevise’ by Grethe and Jørgen Ingmann, then again in 2000 and 2013 with the Olsen Brothers’ ‘Fly On the Wings of Love’ and Emmelie de Forest’s ‘Only Teardrops’, respectively. As well as their three wins, Denmark have also had a further 11 top five finishes at Eurovision. However their most recent attempt in 2015 they failed to qualify for the final, as Anti-Social Media’s ‘The Way You Are’ only finished in 13th place in semi final 2.
D-day is finally here. After months of waiting the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Final is almost upon us. While we wait with baited breath for all the performers to take to the stage in Copenhagen this evening, we look back on last year’s winner; Denmark’s Emmelie de Forest’s ‘Only Teardrops’.
Last night saw the first of two semi finals take place on the spectacular Eurovision stage in Copenhagen’s B & W Hallerne Arena. The show kicked off in style with a performance from last year’s winner Emmelie de Forrest as she sang her winning song ‘Only Teardrops’ accompanied by what has been dubbed
Everyone loves a good Eurovision medley. And this year’s acts seem to know this better than anyone. We have already had a medley from Spain’s Ruth Lorenzo which was a mash up of Lena, Emmelie de Forest and Loreen’s winning songs. We’ve also seen Aram MP3 cover ‘Only Teardrops’. Now it’s Greece’s turn to get in on the action covering various Eurovision winners in their medley. Check it out and let us know what you think: