2019 Will See Greece Internally Select Artist/Song for Eurovision!

Greece’s attempt at a national final in 2018 was a proper shit show. The broadcaster shortlisted five songs, two were disqualified for not meeting the requirements set out by broadcaster ERT and two more refused to pay the selection fee required as part of the terms set out by the broadcaster. This essentially made their choice of Yianna Terzi’s ‘Oniero Mou’ a default internal selection. It would appear that ERT have learned their lesson from 2018 and in 2019 they will return to an internal, untelevised selection process. Continue reading

Greece to Announce Eurovision 2017 Plans!

Argo Greece Eurovision 2016
Greece deviated from their usual selection process in 2016. Instead of staging the MAD show which chooses the Greek Eurovision entry, instead they internally selected the band Argo to represent them with ‘Utopian Land’. The gamble didn’t pay off, as Greece blemished their perfect Eurovision record, failing to qualify for the final for the first time ever since the semi finals were introduced in 2004.  Continue reading

Argo Follow Up ‘Utopian Land’ with ‘Pame’

Argo Greece Eurovision 2016Greece’s 2016 Eurovision representatives failed to impress at Eurovision, giving Greece their worst ever result. Nonetheless, Argo (formerly Europond) are back with a follow up song to their Eurovision entry ‘Utopian Land’. Continue reading

Poll: Which Eurovision Song is Your Fave? (closes 8th May)

Eurovision 2016Albania seem unbeatable having topped our weekly poll an amazing eight times. However, this week we will do it all over again and for the last time. If you want to see your favourite song on top, then make sure you vote for them in this week’s poll. The poll will close on Sunday 8th May.
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Eurovision World Cup: Quarter Final 4: Greece v Austria

Austria Greece Eurovision Ni 2016
In the last of the quarter final matches of the Eurovision World Cup we will see Greece do battle against Austria. Greece’s Argo were runners up in group H and went on to beat Slovenia in the knock out stages last week with 75% of the vote. Austria’s Zoe meanwhile topped Group D with 32% of the vote and last week they beat San Marino with 76% of the vote to advance to the Quarter Finals. But who will get your vote? Continue reading

Poll: Which Eurovision Song is Your Fave? (closes 1st May)

Eurovision 2016Albania seem unbeatable having topped our weekly poll an amazing seven times. However, this week we will do it all over again. If you want to see your favourite song on top, then make sure you vote for them in this weeks poll. *Romania have been removed following their withdrawal from the contest*
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Eurovision World Cup: Knock Out Stage Results

Nicky Byrne Ireland Eurovision 2016You have been voting in the knockout stage of our Eurovision World Cup Poll all week and now it’s time to reveal the results. Read on to find out which 8 countries have advanced to the quarter finals of the contest this week! Continue reading

Eurovision World Cup: Knockout Stage Greece v Slovenia

GREECE SLOVENIA EUROVISION 201616 countries have advanced to the knockout stages of the Eurovision world cup. In this match we will see Slovenia’s ManuElla compete against Greece’s Argo. Listen to both entries below and vote for your favourite in our poll. Only one song can advance. Voting closes on Sunday 24th April. Continue reading

Poll: Which Eurovision Song is Your Fave? (closes 24th April)

Eurovision 2016Last week saw Albania come first in our weekly Eurovision poll. Can Eneda Tarifa repeat this feat again this week for a whopping seventh time or will another one of the Eurovision nations topple her from the top spot? Get voting for your favourite song! Poll closes at 4pm on 24th April, when the results will be revealed!
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Eurovision World Cup Results: Group G and H!

Manuella Slovenia Red and Blue Eurovision NI 2016
This week you have been voting for your favourite acts in Groups G and H of our Eurovision World Cup competition. Two acts from each group have made it through to the knock out stages. Read on to find out which countries will advance. Continue reading