We are half way through the group stages of the Eurovision NI World Cup 2020. You have been voting in Group D since Thursday but only two of the six songs in this group could make it to the knockout rounds. It’s time to reveal the results!
It’s time to vote in the fourth group of the Eurovision NI’s World Cup 2020! The countries participating in this group are: Denmark, Portugal, Greece, San Marino, Lithuania and Slovenia. Listen to all the songs below and vote for your favourite in the poll. Only two songs can advance to the next stage.
Eurovision has been hailed by many as being the ‘Gay World Cup’. So what if the format for Eurovision was more like the World Cup? The World Cup happens every four years, but we had so much fun with our Eurovision World Cup feature, that it’s become a staple of our Eurovision diary each year. Previous winners have included Nicky Byrne for Ireland (2016), Imri Ziv for Israel (2017), Saara Aalto for Finland (2018) and KEiiNO for Norway (2019). Who will win in 2020? Here’s how it works!
Portugal concluded their selection for Eurovision 2020 this weekend with the final of their show Festival Da Cancao. Eight acts had qualified from the semi final rounds in the previous two weeks, but it was Elisa who was crowned the winner this evening. She will represent Portugal in Rotterdam with the song ‘Medo de Sentir’. Read on for the full results.
Portugal continued their selection for Eurovision 2020 this weekend with the second Semi Final of their show Festival Da Cancao. Eight acts participated in this semi, but only half of the acts could secure a spot in the Final in a week’s time. Read on to find out who made the cut.
Portugal kicked off their selection for Eurovision 2020 this weekend with the first Semi Final of their show Festival Da Cancao. Eight acts participated in this semi, but only half of the acts could secure a spot in the Final in a fortnight’s time. Read on to find out who made the cut.
A few weeks ago the Portuguese broadcaster RTP revealed the songs for their Eurovision 2020 selection. 16 songs will compete in Festival Da Cancao and ahead of the first show on 22 February we take a look at all the songs and rate and rank them. Have a look at our list, do you agree? Leave us a comment with your favourite!
Portugal will be hoping to return to Eurovision winning form in 2020 when they launch their selection show Festival Da Cancao on 22 February. Earlier this week the national broadcaster RTP revealed the sixteen acts and song titles of the participants in this year’s contest.
I don’t usually make New Year’s resolutions but this year I thought I would challenge myself. This challenge has come in the form of a vow to read 51 books in 2020. Each of these books will be by an author from a different nation, a nation that has competed in the Eurovision Song Contest.
I have decided on my first four books: ‘My Sister, the Serial Killer’ by Oyinkan Braithwaite (UK/Nigeria), ‘Reykjavik Nights’ by Arnaldur Indridason (Iceland), ‘The Slap’ by Christos Tsiolkas (Australia) and ‘Blindness’ by Jose Saramago (Portugal). After that, I’m going to need your help! Have you read any good books by European authors? Please share your suggestions to help me complete my challenge! Keep in mind that there needs to be an English translation of the book, ideally it would be a contemporary novel and easily digested in a week (250-500 pages).
Earlier this week the eurovision fan website songfestival.be in comjunction with ESC Radio revealed the ESC Top 250. The annual ESC250 competition asks fans to allocate points to their favourite Eurovision songs of all time. The votes are collated just before Christmas and revealed in a live countdown on ESC Radio on New Year’s Eve. Below is the top entries on the chart per country!