22

We’re continuing our positions/results at Eurovision series today with the 22nd place. With Iceland joining the year before and the return of Italy, Brussels hosted the first contest in history featuring a line-up of 22 participating countries. Even less than for 23, that number of participating countries was to found again in another 3 contest (1989-1990-1991). It…

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New Eurovision Youtube Stats (2)

After a first check 7 months ago, we’re today taking a new look at the top 25 most seen entries’ videos seen on Youtube – by country simply typing “Eurovision” in the search bar at 20.00 CET. Looks like the current referencing has made some songs from the previous top disappear ! Anything you find…

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10 Eurovision songs mentioning animals

It isn’t a mystery to most that the vast majority of songs at the Eurovision Song Contest are, like somewhat based on beauty pageant speeches, but possibly with less grammatical mistakes, about love or peace. However, every now and then, some countries might go incredibly bold and serve us with something different. In any case,…

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February – March – April 2013

February (4) 1 Thank you Iceland 3 February 2013 2 Mike Mills : Beginners (2010) 4 February 2013 3 Kasabian : Empire 8 February 2013 4 01JF13 : Final 25 February 2013 March (5) 1 Dead Kennedys : Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables 1 March 2013 2 The brilliance of Melodifestivalen 2013’s 4th heat 9 March 2013 3…

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23

We’re continuing our positions/results at Eurovision series today with the 23rd place. Malmö 1992 was the very first contest to feature 23 countries to compete ever. Throughout the 90’s and up to the early 2000’s, this would only happen another 4 times. 23 is thus pretty much the particpating number of countries of the 90’s….

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24

As we did for the 26th and 25th positions recently, we’re today taking a look at all the 24th positions at the Eurovision Song Contest ever. With the dislocation of Yugoslavia and the fall of the Berlin wall, the western vision of a musical and cultural Europe through the EBU extended to the Urals. Though…

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2015 under the “negative voting” system

As mentioned for 2017 and 2016, our regular contributor Daniel Rhys Bowen had a bit of eurovision stats calculating geeky fun in his spare time and calculated what recent contest results would have turned out to be like, had a “negative voting” system been used (where 12 points would have been awarded to the least favourite song, then 10…

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