This week saw the publishing of all 43 nations who would compete in the 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine. While we had to unfortunately say goodbye to Bosnia and Herzegovina for the time being, we’re celebrating the return of both Romania and Portugal to the Contest after a year’s break. Continue reading Editorial: Discussing Australia’s participation in Eurovision
Russia has proved to be one of the strongest countries at Eurovision in the new millennium, with twelve top 10 placings since 2000 – five of which occurring consecutively since 2012 leading to this year, when Sergey Lazarev earned a very respectable third place in Stockholm, losing out to Dami Im and Jamala. Continue reading What if….Sergey didn’t have the wall?
Hello everyone! It seems like an eternity since we last did a Top 10 for anything, so why not do it now in the off-season, where we can analyse everything? Continue reading Top 10: Stagings of the 2016 Contest