Eurovision 2018 – So yet again, one of our regular readers (Gregor) is offering to do a second part of the ET crews views on the competition to compare our score after the contest now has ended, based on the contest’s infamous 1-8, 10 & 12 system.
Gregor sprung this idea on you guys that we could have a sort off after-contest ranking with all the acts from the current season of the Eurovision Song Contest. This was to see how we as a jury would have ranked the acts and then see the difference between our full ranking and that of the juries and of course now our pre-chart (ET Premath)
A record amount of 33 of you guys voted in the Premath this time around! The Premath was won by Israel followed by yet again both Italy and Belgium like last year! You can check the full results here.
The reason behind the Aftermath is that we always seem to have a slightly if not a big disagreement with the juries in the ESC each year and we have this ranking of all the songs in the contest that we normally don’t use. Many of you guys are very musically interested. The Fridas and ETSC shows that we are diverse in our voting and also shows that we have a slightly if not a very different taste than that of the juries have in their voting! So why not make it into a ranking showing of our own jury views!
The ET Aftermath will always be after the contest (hence the name) as it is intended to not be a ranking of only the songs per say, but the overall performance in the contest as well! This is of course individually ranked!
The rules: Send your top 10 of all the songs that participated in this years ESC AND your top 10 songs that featured ONLY in the Grand Final! Don’t post your top 10 ranking in the comment section below! Gregor will not count them and it will perhaps influence future voters!
Disclaimer: Once you have sent your votes you can’t change them! So think carefully before you do!
You can vote by sending your top 10 songs from the ESC 2018, your top 10 songs from this years Grand Final and your alias to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: The voting will close on the 23rd of June 23:59 and revealed the day after in the comment section below on the 24th of June 19:00!