2017 Junior Eurovision Review – Ukraine

Ukraine are a mixed bag when it comes to Junior Eurovision, with a few top results including their win back in 2012, but on the flip side, a whole bunch of fairly average results. Coming off an undeserved 14th place in 2016, Ukraine is hoping to improve things and return to a top position, and…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Slovenia

Slovenia made their Eurovision debut back in 1993, and have yet to win the contest. Their best result thus far has been 7th place, and even that result was back in 2001, and previous to that, in 1995. It’s about time that Slovenia hit the top 5, but will this year’s representative Omar Naber finally…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Croatia

Croatia are neither here nor there when it comes to Eurovision, and over the years they haven’t always made a huge impact at the contest. Last year, the nation sent Nina Kraljić, a singer with a beautiful voice and a beautiful song which admittedly should have done better in the final. This year, Croatia went…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Spain

Spain, as one of the Big 5 nations hasn’t had a very successful run over the recent years. I feel the nation has great intentions of bringing something exciting to the table, but just never really hits that mark. This year, a slightly confusing format of national final was used to select the next Spanish…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Montenegro

Montenegro haven’t had the best of luck when it comes to Eurovision, but when they hit their high, they really impressed. Both their qualifying entries from 2014 and 2015 were great Balkan ballads, however this year, they’ve internally selected Slavko Kalezić with a song called Space, which is so not a Balkan ballad! With its…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Sweden

Sweden is a huge threat to Ireland’s record of most number of wins in Eurovision history, and there’s a reason for that. In recent years, Sweden has been an absolute force, consistently sending modern music with innovative staging. Their national selection process Melodifestivalen is to thank for that, as it has now become more of…

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