ESC 2017 Official Identity & Slogan!

The visual identity and slogan have officially been released after much anticipation. Following last year’s slogan ”Come together”, this year Ukraine has decided to stick with the positive Eurovision values and made ”CELEBRATING DIVERSITY” the official slogan for the 2017 Eurovision song contest .   The official logo is a Namysto beaded necklace. Each textile design from…

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IRELAND: Is Ireland on the right track?

Brendan Murray was just recently announced as the official representative for Ireland for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest held in Ukraine, Kiev. Brendan gave a little vocal teaser by singing, Hold Me Now originally sung by, 1987 Eurovision winner, Johnny Logan. As we all know, Ireland has won the Eurovision song contest of a total…

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DO JURIES HAVE TOO MUCH POWER IN EUROVISION?

Well since juries were reinstated to Eurovision in 2009 it was greatly welcomed by some ESC fans who felt that neighbour voting was ruining the contest’s voting system completely. However following some recent issues, it was brought to my attention that juries have a little too much power over which entry/ country will win Eurovision after all juries…

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SWEDEN: FRANS REPRESENTS SWEDEN!

Tonight it has been decided that Frans will represent Sweden in Eurovision. After long suspense and winning one of the most well created national finals, Frans Came first place out of 27 songs in total, he won the contest tonight winning the nations heart and the jury’s. Question is, Can Sweden win it again?

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SERBIA: SANJA VUČiĆ TO STOCKHOLM

Radio Television of  Serbia has recently just announced that Sanja Vučić will represent Serbian in Sweden with the song called ”shelter”. They will air the song in the Tv show Serbia’s Song For Europe it will be aired on Thursday, 12th of March at 21:00 CET. Although we now already know who will sing for Serbia,…

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GERMANY: Jamie-Lee Kriewitz to Sweden!

Jamie-Lee Kriewitz will represent Germany In Stockholm in May with the single ”Ghost”, winning the Germany votes with a little more then 10% difference from second place. Jamie-Lee Kriewitz Will go straight to the final on May the 14th. It has been 5 years since Germany won the Contest, Can they do It again?

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UKRAINE: JAMALA GOES TO SWEDEN

After taking a 1 year break from Eurovision Ukraine is back competing in Eurovision again. Jamala is representing Ukraine with the song ”1944” after winning the combined votes of the nation and expert jury featuring Ruslana (winner of Eurovision 2004 and Andriy (Verka) who cam second in Eurovision 2007). Ukraine will now compete in the second half…

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