Discussion in 'Eurovision' started by NecessaryVoodoo, Mar 23, 2017.
Shake it, wild dancers! The final #EurovisionAgain of this season will go to Istanbul 2004.
And the results
RIP Laila Halme (1934-2021)
It has surfaced the document with the head of delegations poll the day before Eurovision 1993. The Netherlands was voted the main favourite followed by Ireland, Sweden, Spain and Norway. Sonia came up only in eleventh!
Greece still underrated.
A never before seen footage of Eurovision 1964 (Finnish TV YLE broacast) of Gigliola receiving her award and performing her winner reprise has surfaced on Reddit.
Thinking about this post again
Having Mark Durden-Smith and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson (RIP) commentating the first Junior Eurovision Song Contest back in 2003 was a real choice, wasn't it?
And I oop
Slow down, brother!
A picture of the Eurovision 1994 running order draw. Niamh Kavanagh was about to draw Austria to perform in 20th.
RIP Armando Gama (1954-2022)
RIP Carmela Corren (1938-2022)
The Israeli born singer represented Austria in 1963, singing one of the Eurovision's first bilingual entries, in German and English.
What other Eurovision songs were just too ahead of their time? This is such a moment and still holds up as a song in 2022. The chord changes are gorgeous.
An alltime classic.
It did well on televoting I think?
RIP Nora Nova (1928-2022)
Having represented Germany on ESC 1964 with what still remains the Eurovision entry with longest unbracketed title, Ahinora Kumanova was the first Bulgarian singer ever to compete in Eurovision.
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