Eurovision Throwback: Anti Social Media – The Way You Are

Denmark was on a high at Eurovision, having won the contest in 2013, and subsequently hosting the following year. However, by 2015, Denmark found themselves stuck in the semi-final for the first time since 2007. Pop-rock band Anti Social Media were selected to represent the nation with their song, The Way You Are, but it…

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Think About Things (Results Edition) – Israel

It’s the time of year when the Post-Eurovision depression is in full swing, but there’s no better cure than to reminisce! Together with ESCDaily Editor, Dennis Van Eersel, we will be discussing each of this year’s competing nations – from their results to how we think they could improve in the future!

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National Final Throwback: Måns Zelmerlöw – Cara Mia

Måns Zelmerlöw has become a staple in the Eurovision world thanks to his 2015 win with the song Heroes, however many fans will remember his previous attempts in the Swedish national final, Melodifestivalen. Zelmerlöw first appeared at Melodifestivalen in 2007 with the song Cara Mia, a song that many Melodifestivalen fans remember fondly.

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Eurovision Throwback: Pastora Soler – Quédate Conmigo

Looking back at Spain’s recent Eurovision history, it’s clear that the nation has struggled to make an impact. While some songs may have been underrated at the contest, others were certainly deserving of their fate. Pastora Soler is undoubtedly one of the highlights of Spain’s recent history at Eurovision, reaching 10th place in the final.

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Eurovision Throwback: Sebalter – Hunter of Stars

While it seems just like yesterday, it has been seven years since we saw Sebalter take to the stage with his song, Hunter of Stars. At that point, Switzerland was in the midst of a Eurovision crisis. The nation had failed to qualify more often than not since the introduction of the semi-finals. Prior to…

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Think About Things – Semi-Final 2 Rehearsals

All 17 countries from the second semi-final have now performed on the Eurovision stage in their first rehearsals. Some of the big favourites of the competition featured in the second semi-final, so have we seen the winner yet? In this chat conversation I had with Dennis van Eersel from ESCDaily, we spoke about the highlights…

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Eurovision 2021 Reviews – Germany

Germany has participated at Eurovision the most times out of any of the competing countries, missing only one year of participation due to not qualifying in the pre-selection round back in 1996. In their history, the nation has only won the contest twice, and hoping to make that three is Jendrik with his song, I…

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Eurovision 2021 Reviews – Switzerland

Switzerland was one of the first 7 countries to participate in the debut year of the Eurovision Song Contest, and went on to win that same contest with the legendary Lys Assia. Their history since then has been mixed, achieving just one additional win since their debut. Could this be the year that Switzerland achieves…

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Eurovision 2021 Reviews – Portugal

It took Portugal almost 50 attempts at Eurovision before they won the contest, with their history featuring some fairly mediocre results. Salvador Sobral won the contest with a record 758 points back in 2017, but since then, the nation finished in last place while automatically qualified to the final, and failed to qualify the year…

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Eurovision 2021 Reviews – Georgia

Georgia began their Eurovision journey strong with a number of promising results. In recent years, the nation has started to lose their way at Eurovision, with three non-qualifications in a row. Hoping to reverse that streak is Tornike Kipiani, who will be singing You at Eurovision this year.  Anita (Eurovision Union) Song and Vocals I…

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