On Saturday night we were all supposed to be tuning in to the Grand Final of Eurovision 2020. However due to the Coronavirus, the show was cancelled. Eurovision NI wanted the party to continue so we hosted our very own Eurovision 2020 Watch Party. Two semi finals took place on Tuesday and Thursday and the ten qualifiers from each joined the Big Five and host nation the Netherlands in Saturday’s Grand Final. The Grand Final was won by Iceland’s Dadi Freyr and their song ‘Think About Things’. Read on for the full results including semi finals and the jury/televote split for the Grand Final.
Tonight Eurovision NI hosted the second of our Eurovision 2020 Watch Parties. Tonight saw the eighteen countries that were supposed to take part in Eurovision 2020’s Second Semi Final, fight it out for a spot in our Grand Final on Saturday. There were only ten spots available and the results were as follows:
Tonight Eurovision NI hosted the first of our Eurovision 2020 Watch Parties. Tonight saw the seventeen countries that were supposed to take part in Eurovision 2020’s First Semi Final, fight it out for a spot in our Grand Final on Saturday. There were only ten spots available and the results were as follows:
We are all still reeling from the cancellation of Eurovision 2020. But fear not! The show can still go on…kinda! We at Eurovision NI want to provide you with some Eurovision entertainment over Eurovision week. So we are going to have a watch party for both of the Semi Finals and the Grand Final on the date that they were supposed to take place!
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It’s that time of the week again where we take a look at the least and most viewed videos on YouTube. At the top end Aram MP3 still dominates with over 2 million views, while Austria’s Conchita Wurst is catching with also over 2 million hits. Azerbaijan’s ‘Start a Fire’ is now in third and Greece is fourth as both entries hit the 1 million mark. Sanna Nielsen rounds up the top ten, falling three places with ‘Undo’.
Not much has changed in the world of YouTube for the Eurovision entries with the top 5 remaining the same. Aram MP3 hit two million views this week, a good half a million views ahead of nearest rival Austria’s Conchita Wurst. In terms of climbers Ruth Lorenzo moves