This week four countries battled it out in the semi final stages of our first every Eurovision World Cup competition. You have been voting all week in the two match ups that saw Ireland’s Nicky Byrne compete against Austria’s Zoe, while Eneda Tarifa for Albania duked it out with Amir for France. Read on to find out which two songs were successful and who will compete this week in the Eurovision World Cup final.Continue reading
You have been voting in the knockout stage of our Eurovision World Cup Poll all week and now it’s time to reveal the results. Read on to find out which 8 countries have advanced to the quarter finals of the contest this week!Continue reading
For the last seven weeks you have been voting in our Top 40 Poll to see which of the 40 songs from the class of 2015 are your favourites. This is the last top 40 that we will do before the Eurovision Final on Saturday. We have decided for the last week before Eurovision that we will whittle the contenders down to the top 10. So the ten most popular over all (listed and emboldened below) will advance to the poll for the final week. Be sure to vote below for your favourite.
We have reviewed all 40 Eurovision Songs from 2015 over the past three weeks. Today sees the posting of our last two reviews which both share the same title. ‘Warrior’ by Georgia’s Nina Sublatti and ‘Warrior’ by Malta’s Amber will compete in Semi Final 1 and Semi Final 2 respectively, but we want to know who will come out on top in this- The Battle of the Warriors?Continue reading
This is the sixth week of our Top 40 Poll to see which of the 40 songs from the class of 2015 are your favourites. There are some climbers this week with Australia, Italy, Lithuania and Albania gaining quite a few votes, but who is on top? Read on to find out if your favourite made it into the top ten. And remember if it hasn’t, there is still time to change that by voting and helping your favourite climb to the top next week. Continue reading
This is the fifth week of our Top 40 Poll to see which of the 40 songs from the class of 2015 are your favourites. There are some climbers this week with Australia, Serbia, Switzerland and Azerbaijan gaining quite a few votes, but who is on top? Read on to find out if your favourite made it into the top ten. And remember if it hasn’t, there is still time to change that by voting and helping your favourite climb to the top next week. Continue reading
This week saw the results of our fourth Top 40 Poll and it was Russia’s Polina Gagarina who came out on top again for the third week in a row. Not much has changed in the Top 5 with Italy still in second place, Spain and Slovenia swapping places, now in third and fourth respectively and Maria Olafs from Iceland rounds up the top five, remaining in fifth.Read on to see the Top 40 in full. Is your favourite in the top ten? If not be sure to vote in the poll at the end of the article. Continue reading
Belarus, the country that brought us the instant classic ‘Cheesecake’ last year, have opted for Uzari and Maimuna as their pick for 2015. The duo are made up of male singer Uzari and violinist Maimuna, a pairing that I think works particularly well together. Continue reading