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!”
It’s under 50 days until the Grand Final, and we’re back with the latest news. The Barcelona pre-party just concluded, giving us a closer look into the live performances of a number of the acts. We then follow up by discussing the running order for the semifinals, then close our show with in-depth discussions onContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: March 26th”
It’s after another Super Saturday, and Shortcake and LiliLoves are here for you with the latest Eurovision updates! This stream, we talk about the songs selected in the national finals for Moldova, Serbia, Germany, and Iceland; along with the songs internally selected for Cyprus and The Netherlands. We then pivot to a discussion about theContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: March 5th”
Ciao, Fam! Here’s the newest stream. LiliLoves and Shortcake ESC discuss this past week in Eurovision and Junior Eurovision news. This week, we address the change to the voting sequence taking place this year. Following that, we talk about the contestants in Malta Eurovision Song Contest, and wrap up the stream with an in-depth reviewContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: November 25th”
Happy Friday, Fam! This week, LiliLoves and Shortcake ESC talk a bit about the updates from this last week on Eurovision as well as the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Topics include Eesti Laul, the Dutch selected artists, and the three new songs that have been revealed for JESC. Join us!
She might be one of the younger performers to hit the Eurovision Song Contest stage in Turin, but S10 is bringing a mature and elevated track to the Song Contest stage and has many talking winner potential.
Turin’s selection as a host city was not surprising, but was interesting was how three consecutive non-capital cities will host Eurovision in the last three shows. What can previous examples show the way for Turin?