Eurovision Behind The Cameras part 3: They’ve got the fire!

Many songs in the history of the contest have been about fire, but the people who can really say they’ve got the fire work in the special effects department at the Eurovision Song Contest. They give all the acts the ‘spark’ they need.

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TOP 10: Most watched in May 2018 – Eurovision Song Contest

At the end of every month, we look back at the most watched songs. We combine the views of national final performances, live-show performances and song releases with views from music videos. This month is dominated by the entries from 2018.

The statistics of this video are calculated on the 27th of May.
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TOP 10: Most watched songs of Eurovision 2018

Two weeks ago, Netta from Israel won the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon with her song Toy. Which songs were watched the most on the official YouTube channel? We have combined live performances with music videos and national final performances to see which songs you have watched the most!

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Trends at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest

Forty-three countries participated at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, which was won by Netta from Israel. Cyprus and the Czech Republic reached their best result ever, while Azerbaijan, Romania and Russia failed to qualify for the final for the first time in the history of the contest. What were the trends in this year’s contest?

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360 Lisboa – Eleni Foureira’s Postcard Eurovision 2018

Mercado da Ribeira is one Lisbon market, where ELENI FOUREIRA, from CYPRUS, filmed her Eurovision Song Contest 2018 Postcard
WHY HERE?
Lisbon has lots of markets where you can find fresh fish, vegetables and fruit. In recent years, some were renovated and restaurants and bars are now the main attractions. Mercado da Ribeira is one of this trend in Lisbon.
HOW TO GET THERE?
It’s located in Cais do Sodré, near the train station. Buses and metropolitan are also available.
WHAT TO DO?
Go for the food court with canteen-style communal tables. Various stalls by top chefs with their examples of local products, from seafood to steak sandwiches, hamburgers, sushi and ice cream.
WHAT NOT TO MISS?
Experience the market opening at 06 am if you like to wake up early.
Go to the Sábados da Ribeira (Saturdays at the Ribeira), explained in the site below.

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