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Five reasons why the United Kingdom failed at Eurovision 2015
British viewers had high hopes that Electro Velvet would be able to achieve a decent Eurovision Song Contest result this weekend in Vienna, but alas it wasn’t to be as the United Kingdom failed at Eurovision yet again, finishing 24th with just five points. In truth, hopes were based on good will for Alex Larke and Bianca Nicholls who had been hand picked to sing ‘Still In Love With You’ by an internal selection panel responsible for the United Kingdom’s Eurovision Song Contest entry. Electro Velvet’s song had proved popular with Eurovision fans and they worked tirelessly to support their entry inRead More
Conchita Wurst becomes Champion of Eurovision and LGTB rights
Anniversary of a great Eurovision Moment: Honouring Conchita Wurst
It seems incredible to think that an entire year has passed since that moment that Conchita Wurst stood victorious on the Eurovision Song Contest stage in Copenhagen and declared: ‘This night is dedicated to everyone who believes in a future of peace and freedom. You know who you are. We are unity and we are unstoppable.’ The moment came as a result of two years of dedication after finishing second in the Austrian Eurovision selection final of 2012. In 2013, Austria was absent from the Eurovision Song Contest, claiming that it was too political and they didn’t stand a chanceRead More
Nadav Guedj wins Israeli ticket to Vienna Eurovision Song Contest!
Israel has turned to Nadav Guedj to represent the small East Mediterranean nation at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna. His task will be to qualify from the semi finals for the first time since Harel Skaat in 2010. Israel has tried with a female soloist for the last two years, finishing only 14th in the semi final on both occasions, despite being tipped as certain qualifiers. Nadav Guedj wins Israeli ticket to Vienna! Tonight 16-year-old Nadav Guedj was chosen to represent Israel in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. The result of the show was decided by the … See OriginalRead More