Eurovision Top 100 (2007-2016) Full Chart

Eurovision NI Top 100 1-10Over 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! Continue reading

Eurovision Top 100 (2007-2016) Part Seven

Eurovision NI Top 100 31-40We are into the top 40 songs in my countdown of my favourite 100 songs from the last ten years. Today I reveal the songs which have placed 31-40. To view the rest of the top 100 so far click here: 41-50, 51-60,  61-70, 71-8081-90 and 91-100.
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Review: Austria- Zoe ‘Loin D’ici’

Zoe Austria Eurovision 2016Austria achieved an amazing feat in 2015 when they managed to be one of two countries to receive nul points, incredible given that 40 nations allotted points on the night and is something that we have not seen since 2003. In 2016 they will be looking to put this behind them and recreate the magic of the year before when Conchita gave them their second ever victory with ‘Rise Like A Phoenix’. Taking on this task will be Zoe with her song ‘Loin d’Ici’ which is curiously the only song this year that will be performed entirely in French. Continue reading

Review: Serbia- Bojana Stamenov ‘Beauty Never Lies’

Bojana Stamenov is Serbia's pick for 2015

The last time Serbia won the Eurovision was back in 2007 with ‘Molitva’ by Marija Serifovic. I have to say that this is possibly my least favourite Eurovision winning song ever. I would even say that I despise it. I am happy to say though that I am a huge fan of Serbia’s choice for 2015. Bojana Stamenov is a larger than life character who is constantly upbeat, dresses in colourful clothing and seems like genuinely fun to be around. Continue reading

You Are Unstoppable is your favourite Conchita Song

dana conchitaAll you lovely people have been voting since last week to choose you favourite song by reigning champion Conchita Wurst. Her current single ‘You Are Unstoppable’ topped the poll with 25% of the vote. It was a close run race though with ‘Heroes’ in second place with 22% and ‘Unbreakable’ and ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ in joint third with 18% each. Continue reading

BBC to Launch Eurovision Pop Up Radio Station

ken bruceWe may have crowned Conchita Wurst’s ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ as our favourite Eurovision song ever last week, but now the BBC’s Radio 2 are asking you to vote for your favourite Eurovision winner in their poll. To mark the 60th anniversary of Eurovision, Ken Bruce will countdown your Top 40 choices on Radio 2’s Eurovision pop up digital radio station launching 21st May. Who is your favourite winner ever? Let us know in the comment section below and you can vote for your favourite here.

Conchita’s Rise Like a Phoenix is Your Favourite Eurovision Song Ever

Rise Like a Phoenix is your favourite Eurovision song ever!

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. Continue reading

Last Chance to Vote for Best Eurovision Song Ever!

esc2015_logoWe are just hours away from crowning the winner of our favourite Eurovision song ever. After weeks of voting it has come down to just five songs- Rise Like a Phoenix, Euphoria, Waterloo, Fairytale and Calm After the Storm. But which of the five will be victorious? That’s entirely up to you. If you want to see your favourite come out on top then vote in the poll below before it closes later today at 8pm.

Irish Children Talk About Eurovision

molly-sterlingIn a video released last week, some Irish children shared their opinions on the Eurovision Song Contest.  Continue reading