Switzerland Reveal Plans for National Final!

timebelle Switzerland Eurovision 2017The Swiss national selection show Die Entscheidungsshow will return for a 2018 edition. However the show has been revamped to put more a focus on getting the right song, rather than selecting an artist to sing it. Continue reading

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Listen: Sebalter Debuts New Single ‘Weeping Willow’!

Sebalter Weeping Willow Eurovision 2017On the Swiss nation selection show Esc 2017-Die Entscheidungsshow, one of the fan favourites from recent years, Sebalter returned to perform his new single ‘Weeping Willow’. You can listen to the song below! Continue reading

It will be Timebelle for Switzerland!

timebelle Switzerland Eurovision 2017Earlier this evening the six Swiss hopefuls took to the stage to perform their songs in their bid to represent their country at Eurovision 2017. Only one act could be successful and that honour went to Timebelle. They will represent Switzerland with their song ‘Apollo’ in Kiev in May. Continue reading

Poll Results: You Think It Should Be Timebelle for Switzerland!

timebelle Switzerland Eurovision 2017Earlier this week we ranked the six songs in the running for the Swiss national final which will take place tomorrow evening. Our favourite was easily Timebelle’s song ‘Apollo’. We asked you to share your opinion and it would seem that you agreed. Continue reading

Switzerland Opt For Rykka’s ‘The Last of Our Kind’

 

Rykka Switzerland Eurovision 2016The Swiss national selection process ‘ESC 2016 – Die Entscheidungsshow’ staged its final earlier this evening and has crowned Rykka as the winner. The singer will go out to represent Switzerland in Stockholm at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in May with her song ‘The Last of Our Kind’.

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Poll Results: Switzerland!

 

Switzerland Eurovision 2016 RYkkaSix acts will battle it out to be the Swiss entry for Eurovision 2016 later tonight. But which of them do you think  deserves to go to Stockholm. Our poll results are below: Continue reading

Eurovision 2016 Guide: Switzerland

Switzerland Eurovision 2016
**Updated on 11th Dec to reflect Stephanie Palazzo’s disqualification

*updated 6th Dec to reflect results of Expert Check

Switzerland failed to qualify for the Eurovision Final in 2015 when Melanie Rene’s ‘Time to Shine’ finished 17th out of seventeen songs in the second semi final. Switzerland have finished last on another seven occasions, and in addition to that have received nul points four times. On the positive side of things, the Swiss have won the contest twice with Celine Dion in 1988 and the very first contest in 1956 with Lys Assia. In recent years ‘Hunter of Stars’ by Sebalter in 2014 has been their best result, finishing in 13th place. Switzerland are back in 2016 and hoping to reverse the fortunes of the past few attempts.

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Preview: What to Expect from Switzerland’s National Final!

swissWe take a look at what you have to look forward to ahead of Switzerland’s national selection final on Saturday night (31st January). The field has been whittled down from 18 to just six finalists. Apart from one male contestant, it’s an all female line up and quite a strong line up too. Continue reading

Review: Switzerland- Sebalter ‘Hunter of Stars’

Sebalter hoping to secure Switzerland's third Eurovision victory

Sebalter hoping to secure Switzerland’s third Eurovision victory

Switzerland have only won the Eurovision twice, most notably with Celine Dion in 1988. This year they are hoping that Sebastiano Pau-Lessi, better known by stage name SEBalter, will be able to take the victory with his song ‘Hunter of Stars’.

The song is a fun and playful, and packed with a wide arrange of instruments; double bass, banjo, keyboards, guitar and fiddle. Add to this an effective whistling Continue reading

Switzerland’s Sebalter least viewed video this week, Moldova least viewed overall.

Sebalter only manages

Sebalter only manages 4,670 views this week.

Time now to look at the other end of the spectrum and at the videos with the fewest overall views. Moldova’s Cristina Scarlat now has the fewest number of views on Youtube as Latvia rise one place to 36th. Still in the bottom five are Finland and Belgium and they Continue reading