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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National Final Throwback: Markus Riva – Dynamite

What’s a Latvian national selection without Markus Riva? With no less than seven participations in the Latvian national selections, the man is consistent at the very minimum. Some of his competing entries have done better than others, with ‘Take Me Down’ and ‘You Make Me So Crazy’ both finishing in second place. Meanwhile, on other…

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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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EuroRevision Quiz: How well do you know Eurovision 1964?

How well do you know the history of Eurovision? In our EuroRevision series, we aim to put the spotlight back on the early years of Eurovision, journeying through until we reach the current contest. Today our quiz revolves around the 1964 Eurovision Song Contest, so test your knowledge below! Catch up on our EuroRevision post all…

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EuroRevision: Nul-Points a-Plenty! (1964)

The ninth edition of the Eurovision Song Contest took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, after the duo Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann won with the song Dansevise the previous year. This was the first time the contest took place in Denmark, and the first time a Nordic country had hosted the contest. The contest was held at…

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EuroRevision Quiz: How well do you know Eurovision 1963?

How well do you know the history of Eurovision? In our EuroRevision series, we aim to put the spotlight back on the early years of Eurovision, journeying through until we reach the current contest. Today our quiz revolves around the 1963 Eurovision Song Contest, so test your knowledge below!  Catch up on our EuroRevision post…

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EuroRevision: Scandinavian Highs and Lows (1963)

Eurovision 1963 was the eighth edition of the Eurovision Song Contest and despite France winning the previous year, they declined hosting due to financial difficulties at the time. Instead, British broadcaster BBC stepped in to host the contest. The venue was the BBC Television Centre in London, and the contest was actually filmed in two…

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EuroRevision Quiz: How well do you know Eurovision 1962?

How well do you know the history of Eurovision? In our EuroRevision series, we aim to put the spotlight back on the early years of Eurovision, journeying through until we reach the current contest. Today our quiz revolves around the 1962 Eurovision Song Contest, so test your knowledge below!  Catch up on our EuroRevision post…

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EuroRevision: Luxembourg Hosts for the First Time (1962)

The 7th edition of Eurovision was held in Luxembourg for the first time, following Jean-Claude Pascal’s win the previous year. The contest was held at Villa Louvigny in Luxembourg City, and was hosted by Mireille Delannoy. The Conductor for the show was Jean Roderès. The contest was held on Sunday the 18th of March, and…

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