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JESC 2017: First impressions

Today I'm giving my first impression of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017 and its contestants. This edition will be the fifteenth of the competition. It's hosted by Georgia at the Olympic Palaca in Tbilisi. This year's theme is 'Shine... Continue Reading →

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The WINNER is … Portugal

Salvador Sobral has won the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 for Portugal with the song Amar Pelos Dois. He won with 768 points, 143 points more than second place Bulgaria. Moldova ended in 3rd place. Salvador Sobral gave Portugal its first... Continue Reading →

My final top 26

Tonight is the night! The winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 will be announced in proximately ten hours. Here is my final top 26: 26. DENMARK I just can't help but hate this song. I don't like the way... Continue Reading →

Official running order

Here's the official running order for the final: Israel Poland Belarus Austria Armenia The Netherlands Moldova Hungary Italy Denmark Portugal Azerbaijan Croatia Australia Greece Spain Norway United Kingdom Cyprus Romania Germany Ukraine Belgium Sweden Bulgaria France The first highlight of... Continue Reading →

My thoughts about the qualifiers

The first semi-final was exactly how I imagined it would be. These are the ten qualifiers: Moldova Azerbaijan Greece Sweden Portugal Poland Armenia Australia Cyprus Belgium The first eight qualifiers were no surprise to me. But then when Cyprus was... Continue Reading →

Semi-Final 2: qualifiers

This year's semi-finals are over. And we now know the ten qualifiers from the second semi-final: Bulgaria Belarus Croatia Hungary Denmark Israel Romania Norway The Netherlands Austria

Final review: Semi-Final 2

Tonight the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 will take place in the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv. Eighteen countries will compete against each other to qualify for the grand final this Saturday. Only ten out of the eighteen... Continue Reading →

Semi-final 1: qualifiers

Semi-final 1 of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 is over and the first ten qualifiers have been announced: Moldova Greece Sweden Portugal Poland Armenia Australia Cyprus Belgium  

Final review: Semi-Final 1

Tomorrow the 62nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will officially commence. Eighteen countries will compete against each other to qualify for the grand final this Saturday. Only ten out of the eighteen songs will make it. Here are my absolute... Continue Reading →

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