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!
Swedish Eurovision star Eric Saade has been busy recently promoting the tracks on his new EP ‘Saade’ which saw the release of singles ‘Colors’ and ‘Wide Awake’. Eric returned with non-album track ‘Another Week’ in May 2017 and he has now unveiled the video for the track.
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.
As the first heat of the 2016 Melodifestivalen approaches we take a look back on the songs from last year. Mans Zelmerlow may have been crowned the winner of Melfest 2015 and went on to be the eventual winner of Eurovision in Vienna, but which of the other songs makes up our top 5? Read on to find out!
Rise Like a Phoenix is your favourite Eurovision song ever!
After weeks of voting in our polls, you have crowned Conchita Wurst’s 2014 winning song ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ as your favourite Eurovision song ever. She proved to be unstoppable as she won by quite a large margin with 82% of the vote (2077 votes) in the final round. In second place was Sweden’s Loreen with ‘Euphoria’ which despite a late surge in votes only managed 10% of the overall total. Alexander Rybak’s ‘Fairytale’ was in third with 7% and Common Linnets’ ‘Calm After the Storm’ and ABBA’s ‘Waterloo’ were fourth and fifth respectively, both with less than 1% of the vote.
1. Earlier in the week Maraaya’s official video for their Eurovision song ‘Here For You’ was released. Have a look at the video here.
2. This week Eurovision fans were saddened to hear of the death of former winner Jorgen Ingmann. The 89 year old singer won the contest back in 1963 with his song “Dansevise” (Dance Ballad) for Denmark.
Last week we narrowed our search down to just seven acts and this week we will have another double elimination which will decide which of the seven remaining acts will go through to the top 5. Make sure your favourite act doesn’t get eliminated on Friday 3rd April by voting for them in the poll below.