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The ESC United “Expert” Panel 2018 – Serbia

Before we move on to Serbia let’s take a quick look at what #YOU had to say about Lithuania’s entry, “When We’re Old”… Alexandre G. (Facebook) – “Only song that made me cry this year. But I’m too sensitive anyway. Love it. 10/10” Jére-Eric K. (Facebook) – “It´s my favourite… It´s my favourite Eurovision song of all the time. So …

The ESC United “Expert” Panel 2018 – Germany

Almost time for us to review another member of the big five, as Germany’s Michael Schulte faces the panel. But first, the small matter of discovering what #YOU thought of this year’s big favourite, Israel, and there were many strong opinions on this one… Stephanie S. (Facebook) – “I really feel like I’m among the few who refuse to buy …

Analysis of the Running Order (Eurovision 2018)

As we previously reported, the EBU has finally released the Running Order for the two Semi Finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. While the Running Order doesn’t decide everything, it most certainly can have an impact on the outcome. In a year where we have a lot of Semi Finalist, the odds to qualify goes down so every point …

Estonia: Elina Nechayeva reveals #LaForzaChallenge

Estonia’s operatic starlet for Lisbon, Elina Nechayeva, has ramped up her promotion ahead of the contest by issuing a musical challenge to Europe and beyond; who can make the best cover version of her entry “La Forza”? According to Nechayeva and the Estonian delegation, the best personalised versions of “La Forza” will be in with a chance of earning the …

The ESC United “Expert” Panel 2018 – Romania

Before we pick apart the Romanian offering for this year’s contest – “Goodbye” – it is time to wrap up the feelings and thoughts on yesterday’s spotlight entry. What did #YOU think of Moldova? Here are some of your thoughts… Paul M.B. (Facebook) – “It’s very dated, cheap and cheesy and not my cup of tea. Televoters might like it …

Has Eurovision become too political?

This editorial is written from the opinion of the author and does not represent the views of the other editors, the EBU or escYOUnited as a whole.    From my perspective, something interesting seems to have happened this year at Eurovision.  There seems to be a larger contingent of fans concerned about the number of entries that they believe are …

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