The final group of Eurovision NI’s Song of 2019 takes place this week and we’ve saved some of the best tunes for the last. We have songs from 2019 participants Mahmood, Serhat, Luca Hanni and Michela teams up with X-Factor Malta mentor Ira Losco. There’s also tracks from winners Dana, Lordi and Netta, and Spanish legend Ruth Lorenzo and Swedes Robin Bengtsson and Frans. Check out all sixteen songs below and vote for your five favourites in the poll. The vote will close at midnight on Saturday and results revealed on Sunday.
There have been so many great songs this year that we’ve decided to expand our Top 30 songs of the year to 40. 24 songs have already made it through to the final round by coming in the top three in each of their group polls. Now it’s time to reveal the 16 wildcards that will join them!
For the past eight weeks you have been participating in selecting our favourite songs from former Eurovision contestants released in 2017. On Sunday we revealed the final 40 songs still in contention for the title and today we paused the poll, verified the results and can now reveal the songs that have finished 30 to 21. Let’s find out who made the cut!
There have been so many great songs this year that we’ve decided to expand our Top 30 songs of the year to 40. 24 songs have already made it through to the final round by coming in the top three in each of their group polls. Now it’s time to reveal the 16 wildcards that will join them
This week you have been voting in the last of our Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016 poll. The poll for group eight closed earlier today and we can now reveal the results.
This week you have been voting in group seven of Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016 poll. The poll closed last night and we can now reveal the results.
Over the next nine weeks we will be looking closely at some of the songs released in 2016 by former Eurovision contestants. We will be asking you to vote for your favourite from the lists before compiling a final Top 30 just before the end of the year.
Murcia. Hellín. Albacete. Villarrobledo. Manzanares. Consuegra. Toledo. Madrid. These are the eight cities in which Ruth Lorenzo performed twenty minute concerts in the space of twelve hours to set a new Guinness World Record.
Spanish songstress Ruth Lorenzo took on fellow Eurovision 2014 alumni and good friend Conchita Wurst’s winning hit ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’. Lorenzo performed the song dressed like the world’s favourite bearded lady on the Spanish version of Your Face Sounds Familiar. Check out her performance below
With tomorrow’s Eurovision final looming we have finally whittled our Eurovision Battles down to just two candidates and it’s time for you to vote in our Twitter Battle final by following us on Twitter @tabooeurovision