Barbara Dex Award: Who will be the Worst Dressed from 2017?

The Barbara Dex Award has been an annual award given to the Eurovision star who is deemed as the ‘worst dressed.’ It was named after Barbara Dex, who represented Belgium back in 1993 with a self-sewn dress, which safe to say didn’t look too crash hot. We love a crazy costume or two, so much…

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The Winner is Decided! See Who Won Eurovision 2017!

Over the last week, Eurovision fans have seen months of preparation all come to fruition with two incredible semi-finals, and then of course, the decider – the Grand Final. As you know, there can only be one winner, and that winner was unaimously decided upon by televoters and juries this year, which doesn’t always happen.…

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Semi-Final 2 Complete! The Final 10 Qualifiers plus Final Running Order! *SPOILERS*

The second semi-final has now take place, where a total of 18 songs have taken to the stage to fight for the last 10 spots in the Eurovision Grand Final for 2017. The 10 qualifiers were: Bulgaria: Beautiful Mess by Kristian Kostov Belarus: Story of My Life by Naviband Croatia: My Friend by Jacques Houdek…

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Eurovision Semi-Final 1 Complete! *Spoilers*

The first semi-final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest is now complete, and we know the 10 qualifiers who we’ll see peform again in the Grand Final. The 10 qualifiers are: Moldova: Hey Mamma by Sunstroke Project Azerbaijan: Skeletons by Dihaj Greece: This Is Love by Demy Sweden: I Can’t Go On by Robin Bengtson…

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Eurovision 2017: Information for Australians

Attention one, attention all. It’s Eurovision week. This is not a drill. With the first semi-final only hours away, I thought I’d compile all the information in one handy place. So if you’re unsure how to vote, when the show is on, and how to watch it, keep reading! How to watch Eurovision 2017 Watch…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Italy

It’s always an interesting dynamic when a song very early gets labelled a favourite. You get the hard-core fandom rooting for the song, adamantly claiming it’s a definite winner. Then you get the sceptics who claim it’s all just a phase. Italy this year has fallen into that trap, being labelled as a winner quite…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Ukraine

There’s a lot of pressure as a host nation. For many nations, you’d want to be selecting a song and artist capable of giving the host nation at least a Top 10 position, but not so good that it will win for that nation two years in a row. In more recent Eurovision history, it…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Estonia

Estonia is a mixed bag when it comes to Eurovision, with some great results, and some not so great results. Since 2009, they’ve been in the final all but three times, which is not bad at all, and some of those qualifying songs cracked the Top 10 in the final. This year, two former Eurovision…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Lithuania

Lithuania definitely has to win the award for the longest national final, with a process that lasted for about 3 months longer than it should have. Despite that, at the end, we managed to get a Eurovision song out of Lithuania, and they made the interesting decision to pick Fusedmarc with the song Rain of…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Switzerland

Switzerland have two varieties of Eurovision acts. Sometimes, well most of the time (recently) they’ve picked shockers. Songs that just don’t make an impact on audiences, and as such don’t get the votes. The other variety is the surprise package, a la Sebalter, where the song is kinda out there, but gains this fan favourite…

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