My Prediction: The Final

Ahead of tonight’s live Eurovision Grand Final, I reveal my predictions for the finishing positions. Some of these have changed in the last few days, so will be different from what I had posted in my reviews. Have a look see and see if you agree with my predictions. Continue reading

Israel Win Eurovision World Cup 2017!

imri ziv israel eurovision 2017Our Eurovision World Cup feature returned for the second year in 2017. You have been voting in the various rounds of the Contest over the past two months. Last week we whittled it down to the two finalists and we can now reveal that the winner of the contest is Israel’s Imri Ziv with song ‘I Feel Alive’.
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Eurovision World Cup 2017: The Final!

With the Eurovision live shows kicking off next week, we have come to the end of our own competition: the Eurovision World Cup! The Final will be contested between the two remaining songs. Israel’s Imri Ziv will fight it out with the UK’s Lucie Jones. But which song will be crowned the winner of Eurovision NI’s World Cup 2017? ‘I Feel Alive’ or ‘Never Give Up On You’? Continue reading

Eurovision World Cup 2017: Semi Finals!

We are now in the penultimate week of the Eurovision World Cup 2017! Four countries remain in the running (United Kingdom, Sweden, Cyprus and Israel) and they will now face off against each other head to head in this the Semi Final Round. Only two of the songs will make it into next week’s final, so be sure to vote wisely. The match ups are below.
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Eurovision World Cup 2017 Quarter Finals: Results!

Eight acts have been battling it out for a place in the Eurovision World Cup Semi Finals. The polls closed on sunday evening and we can now reveal the results. Continue reading

Review: United Kingdom- Lucie Jones ‘Never Give Up On You’

‘I’m right beside you, you’re never alone’, ‘Together we’ll dance through this storm’, ‘I will never give up on E.U. you’, just a selection of the lyric’s from the United Kingdom’s 2017 song ‘Never Give Up On You’ by former X-Factor contestant Lucie Jones. These lyrics could and have been perceived by many as an anti-Brexit ballad, voicing the opinion that despite what the referendum says, the UK are very much still a fundamental part of Europe. These lyrics make a strong case for this interpretation of the song, however many other factors must be taken into account. Continue reading