2000 and Whatever – Albania

We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019. In collaboration with ESCDaily, we will be reviewing some of their 21st Century…

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Top 5 Junior Eurovision Entries of 2010!

In the lead up to this year’s Junior Eurovision, we are looking back on the previous editions of the contest to rediscover the songs we love! Our Top 5 will likely be different to yours, but that’s part of the joy! We encourage you to join the discussion by sharing your Top 5 too! Today…

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Top 5 Recent Eurovision Entries from Israel!

It’s only been a matter of days since Israel topped the score board and pulled their fourth Eurovision win, but we have been inspired to look back to Israel’s lengthy history at the contest and choose some of our favourite Israeli entries. The nation first participated at Eurovision in 1973 and has since participated all…

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Top 5 Second Place Eurovision Songs!

So close yet so far. It’s the inevitable consequence of a competition such as Eurovision, where someone has to win, and someone has to come second. Today we’re looking back over the years to discuss our Top 5 Eurovision acts who finished in 2nd place. Since we’ve had over 60 years of Eurovision, it would…

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Top 5 Returning Eurovision Artists!

Seeing an artist to return to the Eurovision stage is not a new concept. In fact, by the second ever Eurovision Song Contest in 1957, there were already two returning artists, Corry Brokken for The Netherlands, and previous winner Lys Assia for Switzerland. Over the history of the contest, artists have returned to the Eurovision…

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Junior Best of the Bunch: Belarus

Belarus are one of few nations who have participated at Junior Eurovision each year since the contest began in 2003. Throughout their long history at the contest, the nation has won twice and hosted the contest once, although it is already announced that the capital Minsk will be hosting the 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest.…

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Junior Best of the Bunch: The Netherlands

The Netherlands are a rare breed at Junior Eurovision, being one of only two nations who have participated in the contest each and every year since the contest began in 2003. Just like in Eurovision, The Netherlands have achieved a mixture of results, including one winning entry in 2009, so today we’re going to go…

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Junior Best of the Bunch: Georgia

Georgia first made their Junior Eurovision debut back in 2007, the same year that they first took to the Eurovision stage. Since their debut, they have yet to miss a contest, and have proven to be a force within the contest with no less than 3 Junior Eurovision wins, and barely a time out of…

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Junior Best of the Bunch: FYR Macedonia

FYR Macedonia have been one of the most dedicated Junior Eurovision nations, as they have participated in all but two editions. The nation first made their debut in the debut year of Junior Eurovision, back in 2003, and participated each and every year until 2012, where they took a year break. They returned in 2013,…

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Junior Best of the Bunch: Malta

Malta have had quite a long history at Junior Eurovision, and they first made their debut when the contest made their debut, back in 2003. They participated year after year with varying levels of success, however for the most part, found themselves towards the back end of the results table. In 2011, the nation took…

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