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Eurovision 2017 – So it has come to an end. The 2017 edition of the Song Contest in Ukraine has ended and next year we will be learning Portuguese after Salvador Sobral’s win last night. Here I want to look back at the events of this year. Good and Bad.
Eurovision 2017 – Earlier today I opened a poll asking you to predict your Top 10 ready for tonight’s Grand Final. Now here are the results plus some little tidbits of interest to along with it. Let us know if you agree with the overall opinion of our readers.
Eurovision 2017 – Today is the day. The best day of the whole year. It’s the Eurovision Grand Final People!!!! Hands up… Who is excited? We are. Today we would like you to predict who will make the Top 10 in tonight’s Final. Please read on to see how this works.
TEKO 2017 – After 30 matchups, thousands of votes, and one withdrawal, we’ve made it to the end of the line for The Eurovision Times Knockout 2017! It’s time for the final, where Italy and Belgium will duke it out to take home the TEKO crown!
Poll – Yesterday the Big Five and the host country rehearsed for the first time and we asked who impressed you the months out of the six. The winner blew the rest of the competition away with just less than half the votes. So who was it? Spoiler: It wasn’t Italy