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Who's the favourite(s)?

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Not much time left, but there doesn't seem to be an outright favourite. Rather there seem to be favourites, and rather different ones based on where you look. The two big ones seem to be Russia and

Europe, we have a result: ESC 2016 reviews, part 7

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It's been a while but now I'm back. It's time to review the last songs of the year: The direct finalists. Now since we don't know starting order I just go in alphabetical order. Since they are direct

ESC reviews 2016: part 6

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Denmark: Lighthouse X- "Soldiers of Love". After having some strong entries baby bro seems to keep it safe and sound and taking a dip quality wise. Like last year they send us a boy group with a nice

Good Evening Europe: ESC reviews 2016 part 5

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Ireland: Nicky Byrne- "Sunlight" The safest and best entry Ireland has had since Jedward. Not a spectacular song by any means but then again it doesn't have to be either. You hear songs like this on the

Europe calling: ESC 2016 reviews part 4

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Took some time but finally reviews are back! We finished semi-final 1, now let's move on to the second one, in starting order! Latvia: Justs- "Heartbeat". You can hear it's written by Aminata, last

Update about Frans and Sweden: "Jury" results

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This is not one of my review bogs but jut a random post to update those few? interested, and for fans(if any) about Frans, Sweden or both and how he actually can score well.! There seems to be a big distant

Hello Sweden: Esc 2016 reviews, part 3!

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Let's continue with more songs! Cyprus: Minus One- "Alter Ego" There are few rock-songs this year and some Swedish songs, and here we have both. This is the best of the rock-songs this year, by far!

Good Evening Europe! ESC reviews 2016:part 2

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Let's continue! The Netherlands: Douwe Bob- "Slow Down" Once again the Dutch are the dark horse, just like in 2014. No one really expect anything but they end up surprising us all. This is a very fresh

Stockholm calling! ESC 2016 rewiews-part 1

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I've been to absent far to long but now we have all the finalists in starting order so time for the annual review blogs. You know the drill: Scores from 0 to 10, though these two extremes are rarely used.

Not that "just"- Voting and stuff

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It might be of interest to know that the difference wasn't bigger was the dreaded mobile-app you could download. This could be used to vote and it was free, so of course people used it. But the app only

Denis Omerspahic

About me

Huge nerd, not just about ESC but many other things like musicals, films, Harry Potter and almost every culture-related stuff. The first ESC I remember watching was in 98, when Dana International won...

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