Eurovision Union’s Junior Eurovision Awards!

Now that the contest is over, we know the sole winner of Junior Eurovision 2016, however here at Eurovision Union, we want to share the love around. We’ve created six categories in which we’re awarding to the countries who have just participated in Junior Eurovision. Keep reading to find out who we’ve chosen, and make…

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JESC First Impressions: The Highs and Lows of First Rehearsals

With Junior Eurovision only days away, every country has now taken to the stage for their first rehearsals. In these rehearsals, it’s really only a first impression. We hear the vocals live, we see the staging and we sometimes see the final costumes. Although this certainly isn’t the final product (to read our feature of…

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Best of the Bunch: Serbia

Serbia debuted as an independent nation in 2007, and for the most part, has had a successful run, with a winning act on debut as Serbia, and the worst result being 11th in the semi-final. Not bad at all! Today, we’re going to be recapping the Serbian entries between 2007 and 2015 to decide which…

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Best of the Bunch: Lithuania

Lithuania haven’t been the most successful of nations at Eurovision, but even though they haven’t yet scored a win, there are still a few gems from over the years. Today, we’re going to be looking at the Lithuanian entries between the years 2006 and 2015 to decide which song is the Best of the Bunch!…

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Second Chance Social: Australia’s results are in!

Eurovision has been a staple for many over the years, however with our participation in the contest now (semi) permanent, we can now have more of a chance than ever to get together with Eurovision fans and do all the fun stuff that the OGAE clubs do overseas. Only a few weeks back, I had…

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Best of the Bunch: Norway

Norway debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest back in 1960, and since then, has won the contest three times, in 1985, 1995 and 2009. On the other end of the scale, Norway has also score no less than 11 last places, with 4 of those nul points. Today, we’re beginning our Norwegian Eurovision journey in…

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Best of the Bunch: Armenia

This week, we’re looking at Armenia through the years 2006 to 2015 to decide which song is the Best of the Bunch! Armenia debuted in 2006, and have statistically been quite successful since then. Out of the 9 appearances since 2006, Armenia has appeared in 8 finals. 8 out of 9 ain’t bad! Now, let’s…

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Best of the Bunch: Switzerland

Switzerland has participated in Eurovision an incredible 57 times since the debut of the contest. Within those 57 times, the nation has won twice, the first time in the debut year of 1956, and then again in 1988. Now, let’s take all the songs between 2006 and 2015 to decide which Swiss song is the…

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Best of the Bunch: FYR Macedonia

This week, we’ll be looking at the last 10 years of FYR Macedonia in Eurovision – from 2006 to 2015. Their first appearance at Eurovision was in 1998, however had previously made an effort to enter the contest two years before this, however failed to qualify from the pre-selection round. Let’s look back on 2006,…

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Best of the Bunch: Israel

Israel first debuted in 1973, and has appeared in Eurovision 39 times. Since debuting, the nation has won an impressive 3 times, with two consecutive wins in 1978 and 1979, and then again in 1998. Today, we’re going to look at the performances between 2006 and 2015 to decide which is the best of the…

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