2017 Eurovision Review – Portugal

Portugal remains as the nation with the longest participation without a win. In fact, their best result has been 6th place, and that was back in 1996. Their last four entries have failed to make the final, so it’s about time that Portugal pulls one out of the bag. Despite their results, Portugal has always…

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Eurovision Union’s Weekly Playlist (14/52)

Each week, Eurovision Union will be bringing you a specially curated playlist featuring songs recently released by Eurovision or National Final artists, and a few of our old favourites. This week, we’re featuring releases from some of our favourite past Eurovision performers, as well as from our 2017 participants! Listen to the playlist here: Let’s…

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Eurovision Union’s Weekly Playlist (10/52)

Each week, Eurovision Union is dedicated to bring you a specially curated playlist featuring a whole bunch of our favourite songs from this week, from both national final and Eurovision stars new and old. This week, we’ve got new songs from former Eurovision artists, some of the Eurovision 2017 that are newly selected, plus some…

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Love for Two: Portugal sends Salvador Sobral to Kyiv!

The Portuguese National final ended only hours ago, with eight acts all competing to be the next Portuguese Eurovision act, and hopefully break the longest non-winning streak in Eurovision. The show was hosted by Sílvia Alberto & Catarina Furtado, and it was a special edition as it is the 60th anniversary of the Portuguese broadcaster…

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Eurovision Union’s Weekly Playlist (8/52)

Each week, we’ve been creating specially curated playlists featuring some of our favourite songs from Eurovision and National final stars, new and old! In this week’s playlist, we’ve featured some of the new national final songs from various countries, as well as some past Eurovision songs we’ve been enjoying this week. We’ve also got some…

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Portugal Begins their Eurovision Selection!

Last night, the first show of Festival da Canção took place, which is the national final format which Portugal have decided to use to choose their next Eurovision participant. The show was held in the capital Lisbon, and featured 8 artists of which 4 qualified to the final. Here are the eight participants: Márcia – Agora Golden…

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