Three acts with links to Eurovision have been competing in the fourteenth series of the UK version of the X-Factor. Slavko Kalezic (Montenegro), Berget Lewis (The Netherlands) and Jon Lillygreen (Cyprus) all competed in the Six Chair Challenge this weekend in Nicole Scherzinger’s Overs category in a bid to make it to the Judges’ Houses next weekend.
Lyrics can make or break a song. While it is difficult to know what makes good lyrics, it is really easy to tell when they don’t have the desired effect and come across as insincere, don’t make any sense, are garbled English, or force a rhyme for the sake of it. Here are the worst offenders in 2017 for Worst Lyrics.
In recent times Eurovision has been plagued by a high percentage of boring ballads, that take themselves too seriously, that are dull, that fail to see the Eurovision stage as a large party, to celebrate fun and to thoroughly entertain the world. Slavko Kalezic is in no danger of being accused of any of this. He not only wants to entertain the world but would like to go one further and bring the party to the entire universe!
Two songs will advance from Group E to the knock out stage of our Eurovision World Cup Contest. Group E consists of Azerbaijan, Estonia, Montenegro, Finland, Israel and Belgium. Listen to each of the songs in this group and vote for your favourite two in the poll below. Poll closes 30th March when the results will be unveiled.
Well well well, hasn’t the world of Eurovision been a busy one this week. Not only did we have the conclusion of national final season with the staging of the remaining selection shows, but the previously announced artists came out in force unveiling music videos for their Eurovision songs or debuting them for the first time. Check out our news round up of this week’s highlights.
Slavko Kalezic is Montengro’s 2017 Eurovision artist. Find out a little bit more about him.
Over the past few weeks the official Eurovision Website has been teasing us with some preview images of the postcards for this year’s contest. Today they released images of postcards for Sweden, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, France and Israel. Check the photos out here…: