In a little corner of the Pacific Northwest, the Swedish Club hosted a Eurovision Watch Party for the first time in many years. Taking place in a city with a substantial Nordic influence, it shows how Eurovision can create its own niche outside of Europe.
Eurovision 2023 is best known for the battle between Sweden and Finland, and it showed in the voting. But how did that show up in the rest of the voting?
From the moment Loreen joined Melodifestivalen, expectations for her song skyrocketed. That song, “Tattoo”, ended up not only winning that national final, but also Eurovision 2023 itself. But how did she manage to become the first woman to win the whole thing twice?
The first week after Eurovision The UK Singles Chart saw four Eurovision Songs in the top ten for the first time ever.
Blanca Paloma quickly became a fan favorite after winning Benidorm Fest in 2023 with EAEA, but what’s better than becoming a fan favorite? Winning–and here are the reasons why Blanca Paloma should be amongst the mix!
Blanca Paloma is the Spanish representative for Eurovision 2023, with her song “EaEa”. Hypnotic, magnetic, soulful, and magical, can be the adjectives I could use to describe one of this year’s most impactful entries. And our dear pichona mayor can pull the third ever win for her country, Spain, at Eurovision this year. And forContinue reading “Blanca Paloma – Our Pichona Mayor Can Win Eurovision”
Now that the rest of the world can vote in Eurovision, who would receive the points from the international fans? That is the question! EurovisionFam has ranked all 37 of the songs we will see compete against one another in Liverpool. Five sets of votes determined the placement of ten qualifiers in each semifinal basedContinue reading “The Fam’s Eurovision 2023 Ranking!”