As we propel ourselves into 2020, we look back on a decade of Eurovision with our Top 100 Eurovision songs of the 2010s! There were over 400 songs competing in Eurovision between 2010 and 2019. Take a look at our list and let us know what songs are your faves!
It’s a new year and that means not only are we awaiting the revelation of all this year’s Eurovision contenders, but Eurovision artists from years gone by have also been busy in the studio recording new music. Here’s some of the hits released in January! Included in the list is two time Iceland representative Greta Salome, two time Hungarian singer Donny Montell, Monika Linkyte from Lithuania and British duo Joe and Jake and a solo single from Alex Larke from Electro Velvet!
Over 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!
It’s time now for the penultimate part of my Top 100 countdown of songs from the last ten years by unveiling which songs have placed 11-20, read on to find out who made it into the Top 20! To find out the previous results click here: 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-70, 71-80, 81-90 and 91-100.
Lithuanian hunk Vaidas Baumila has unveiled the music video for his new single ‘Panama’. Baumila is best known for his Eurovision 2015 duet with Monika Linkyte ‘This Time’. The duo quickly made an impression on audiences with their great chemistry, performing their upbeat ballad, complete with on stage kiss. But what are we to make of Baumila’s new solo material?
Lithuania’s selection process is starting to become just a little bit tedious now. The phrase ‘flogging a dead horse’ comes to mind. The Eurovizijos Contest continued on the 6th February with its fifth live show and streamlined, straight forward and coherent are not words that we would associate with the show.
Lithuania’s Eurovizijos, aka the most drawn out Eurovision selection process ever, broadcast the fourth of their live shows this evening. The show saw the ten acts that had previously qualified from show one and two who had entered with their own song compete again. This time two more acts were sent home with eight moving forward to the next show.
Tonight saw the third live show for the Lithuanian national selection process Eurovizijos. The third live show was won by Aistė Pilvelytė with her song ‘You Bet’ which won following a combined public vote and jury vote. She and nine other acts and songs from tonight’s show will advance to the next stage of the competition and will be joined in show six by the acts that qualify from next week’s show.
Tonight saw the second live show for the Lithuanian national selection process Eurovizijos. The second live show was won by Rūta Ščiogolevaitė with her song ‘United’ which won following a combined public vote and jury vote. She and four other acts and songs from tonight’s show will advance to the next stage of the competition and will join the five acts who qualified from the first live show last week including Donny Montell and Erica Jennings.
Lithuania have competed in the Eurovision Song Contest 16 times. Despite LT United’s exclamations that ‘We Are the Winners of Eurovision’ in 2006, the band only managed sixth place. This however is still the country’s best result to date. Since the introduction of the semi finals in 2004, Lithuania have qualified for the final on seven occasions. Their most recent attempt saw Monika Linkyte team up with Vaidas Baumila to perform ‘This Time’. The duo shared great chemistry and they even shared a sneaky smooch on stage in Vienna. Despite the song being one of my favourites of the Contest, it only came in in 18th place with 30 points. And so on to 2016. What do Lithuania have in store for us?