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ESC Big Brother 2017: First six nominations announced

The most outrageous game is back for an 11th year. The ESC Big Brother gives our members the ability to nominate songs for eviction and our readers get to vote for the song they want to see eliminated from the game. Are you ready to get down and dirty to protect your favorite songs?

This is the first round of nominations and we are ready to announce the results. Keep in mind that this is the Semi Final stage. We will eliminate one entry from each Semi every day until we’re down to 13 countries per Semi, that’s when we move on to the Final Stage. Every round, three entries will be nominated by our ESC Forum members. If you want to have a say in the nomination process, make sure to read the rules HERE and Register to vote in THIS POLL as well as THIS ONE.

Semi Final 1: Greece, Spain and Italy have been nominated for eviction. Francesco from Italy is one of the hot favorites and our members are already targeting him, can he survive or will he be the first act to be eliminated from the game? Is it love or hate for Demy? Greec is also up on the block, they need your support to stay in the game. And Manel was a controversial choice in Spain and is already a big target in this game, he needs you to survive the vote. Please vote in the poll for the song you think should be eliminated, be strategic. The poll will stay open for 24 hours.

 

Semi Final 2: Queen Valentina didn’t have a good start and is already up for elimination, will San Marino be the first to leave? Timebelle sings “I will never let  you go” but do we have to after tonight’s vote? It is up to you. Will the Lithuanian revolution prevail or is it time for Fusedmarc to leave the game? Please vote in the poll for the song you think should be eliminated, be strategic. The poll will stay open for 24 hours. Please cast your vote to eliminate a song

 

 

The results and new nominations will be revealed in 24 hours so stay tuned.

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