2017 Eurovision Review – Ireland

Ireland is the most successful nation at Eurovision with 7 wins under their belt. In recent years, Ireland hasn’t been able to replicate their success, especially from the 1990’s where they were consistently winning the contest. With such mixed results, it was time to bring something big to the 2017 contest, and to do so,…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Bulgaria

Bulgaria is one of those Eurovision nations who don’t often seen the top of the results table, nor do they often qualify to the Grand Final, however last year, Poli Genova gave Bulgaria their best result ever with 4th place. This has revived the interest in the contest, and Bulgaria are really putting that extra…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Greece

Greece had such a great qualifying streak in Eurovision, however last year, Greece missed out on the final for the first time since semi-finals were introduced in 2004. This year, with the hope of bringing Greece back to the final, they internally selected one of their biggest acts, Demy, and they announced that there would…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Germany

As part of the Big 5, Germany automatically qualifies to the final each year. Similar to the other Big 5 nations, it seems to be a curse that they can’t shake, as year after year, Germany specifically, have failed to make a big impact on Europe. The last two years have been especially rough for…

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2017 Eurovision Review – The Netherlands

From early on in the national final season this year, it was fairly clear that OG3NE would be flying the flag for the Netherlands, and the confirmation of their participation seemed to be yet another top choice from the reinvigorated Eurovision nation. After years of not so great results, Anouk really turned things around in…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Cyprus

Cyprus selected their Eurovision act super early for 2017. They were the first off the block, and I must say, I was hopeful in their choice of Hovig due to the fact that I really enjoyed his national final song a few years back. That in combination with the fact that Thomas G:son would be…

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