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Post Mortem: San Marino

post mortemPost Mortem – In our next look at the countries that did not make it through to the grand final this year, Eurovision Times contributor Jane looks at the fortunes of San Marino’s Serhat…  Continue Reading »

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Happy 60th Birthday, Eurovision!

assiaEurovisionEurovision Times would like to wish the Eurovision Song Contest a very Happy Birthday! 60 years ago today, on 24th May 1956. the first Eurovision Song Contest was broadcast from Switzerland and Lys Assia was the first winner.  Continue Reading »

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Post Mortem: Estonia

post mortemPost Mortem – In our next look at the countries that did not make it through to the grand final this year, Eurovision Times contributor Jane looks at the fortunes of Estonia’s Jüri PootsmannContinue Reading »

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Nina Kraljić Wins Barbara Dex Award

barbara_dexBarbara Dex – This year’s Barbara Dex winner has just been announced… and it goes to Croatia’s Nina Kraljić. 2221 votes were cast and Nina won with 770 of those votes. In 2nd place was Germany’s Jamie-Lee with 355 votes and in 3rd place,Switzerland’s Rykka with 201 votes.  Continue Reading »

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Eurovision 2017: Participation Scorecard

Eurovision 2017Eurovision 2017 – Now the last contest is behind us the next news that will start coming in is who will be taking part and who will be withdrawing. 2016 saw a record number of countries taking part with Ukraine, Croatia and BiH. Here is the scorecard which will be updated regularly Continue Reading »

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Austria: New Music from Lukas Plöchl

Wendja Lukas PlochlPast Participants – Of course you can remember the Trackshittaz who represented Austria in Baku 2012. The duo split in 2015 but Lukas Plöchl has come back with more solo music. What else has have the recently split duo been up to? Continue Reading »

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Post Mortem: Ireland

post mortemPost MortemEurovision Times is going to take a look over the next few weeks at the countries that did not make it through to the grand final this year. We’ll analyse why people think it was and the reactions of the countries and fans to the failure. Continue Reading »

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