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…Read More
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Top 5 Songs from Non-Participating nations of 2019!
We are still a fair way away from Eurovision 2019, but already certain nations have declined the opportunity to participate at next year’s contest. Some of these nations have never participated before, such as Liechtenstein, but had intentions to participate. Clearly we can’t include them in our Top 5 since they haven’t had any participating…Read More
Best of the Bunch Update: Your Ultimate Eurovision Part 3!
Over the last three years, we’ve been trying to find your Best of the Bunch from each of the competing Eurovision nations. We’ve been recapping the entries from 2006 to 2015, and then giving you, the fans an opportunity to vote for which act you think is the Best of the Bunch! These polls are…Read More
Top 5 Third Place Eurovision Songs
It’s the place you want to be if you’re not first or second, it’s of course third. Not every song can win the Eurovision Song Contest, although we wish sometimes we could have multiple winners in the same year, but coming third is a pretty extraordinary effort considering in recent contests there have been 40+…Read More
Best of the Bunch: Bosnia & Herzegovina
It was 1993 when Bosnia & Herzegovina dipped their toes in the Eurovision waters for the first time as an independent nation, and since then, have participated all but four times. In the scheme of things, the nation has been quite successful, landing a number of Top 10 finishes over the years. Today we’ll be…Read More
Eurovision Union’s Weekly Playlist (7/52)
Each week, we are dedicated to bring you a specially curated playlist featuring a whole bunch of our favourite songs from Eurovision and National Final stars, both new and old! This week, the focus is on national final songs again, considering we are right in the midst of the national final season. We’ve also got…Read More
12 Days of Eurovision: Day 2
On the second day of Eurovision… Today, we’re saying goodbye to 2005, and welcoming 2006. After Greece won the contest the previous year, it was decided that the capital of Greece, Athens, would be the host city for the contest. The shows were hosted by former participant Sakis Rouvas and Greek American television presenter Maria…Read More