The first week of our poll to determine the Top 10 Eurovision Songs ever has come to an end and saw Russia’s Dima Bilan and his song ‘Believe’ become the first casualty. This week we are upping the stakes and we will eliminate another two songs, the two that finish bottom of the poll this week- finishing in eighth and ninth place. Make sure your favourite act doesn’t get eliminated by voting for them in the poll below which will close on Friday 27th March. Remember you can vote for up to three songs.
Now that we’ve finalized our top 10 Eurovision songs ever it’s time to vote to see who will come out on top. The video for the songs in the running are listed below and you can vote in our poll at the bottom of the page. We will eliminate the song with the lowest number of votes on Friday 20th March and that song will finish in 10th place. And remember you can vote for up to three songs.
Already through from Semi Final 1 are-Conchita Wurst, ABBA, Alexander Rybak, Elena Paparizou’s and Dima Bilan.
Joining them from Semi Final 2 will be
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.
Lena’s ‘Satellite’ has topped our third heat in our quest to determine the best Eurovision song ever with 52.78% of the vote. Lena will progress to the Semi Finals along with Ell and Niki whose song ‘Running Scared’ came in second place with 22.22% of the vote, Eric Saade’s ‘Popular’ and Dima Bilan’s ‘Believe’ which finished third and fourth respectively with 11.11 and 8.33% of the vote.
Failing to reach the final were
Tonight the first of the Melodifestivalen heats kicked off with a bang. Hosted by last year’s winner Sanna Nielssen and accompanied by Robin Paulsson, the show opened with the duo singing a parody of Nielssen’s winning song ‘Undo’.
Proceedings quickly moved straight to business with Molly Petersson kicking off the show with ‘I’ll Be Fine’ follwed by the second song ‘Pappa’ by Daniel Gildenlow.
Azerbaijan have probably had the best track record in recent Eurovision history. They won the competition with Ell and Niki in 2011 (even though it should have gone to
After unexplainably missing out to Azerbaijan in 2011’s contest with his song ‘Popular’, Eric Saade has been highly successful in his home country of Sweden. He has released a whopping four albums in as many years, proving Saade to be a pop song factory. His hits stay true to his boy band past and include the catchy ‘Sleepless’, ‘