TOP 10: Entries from Poland – Eurovision Song Contest

Poland joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994. Poland finished second in its debut year, which to date, remains the best placing for the country. The top 10 entries from Poland consists of a good mix of entries from the nineties, and the more recent entries from Michał Szpak, Monika Kuszyńska, Kasia Moś and Donatan & Cleo.

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

Every month we look back at the ten most watched videos on the official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube Channel. We combine the views of performance videos and preview videos to find out which songs you have been watching the most.

This month, Ruslana from Ukraine returns to the top 10!

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Eurovision This Month: November 2018

Welcome to Eurovision this month. This is your update of November 2018!

Portuguese broadcaster RTP has won the Eyes & Ears Award for the Eurovision 2018 ‘All Aboard’ campaign!

The Eyes & Ears Awards are awarded to outstanding design, promotion & digital achievements. Congratulations RTP!

The 2018 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was won by Roksana Węgiel from Poland. Her song Anyone I Want Te Be got the most points from the online voting. Angélina from France came second. Jael from Australia ended up in third place. For the first time ever, Kazakhstan and Wales participated at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. It was the first time in the history of the contest that Poland managed to win the trophy.

42 countries will participate at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv next May. All 42 countries were also present in Lisbon earlier this year. Unfortunately, Bulgaria will not take part in the competition.

Soon the pre-selection season for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest will flare up again. Who would you like to see representing your country? Let us know in the comments!

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Junior Eurovision stars react to the Eurovision Song Contest

This afternoon at 16:00 CET you can watch the Junior Eurovision Song Contest live on TV if you are in a participating country, or live on the Junior Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel. Twenty amazing participants will give their all for you. This week, we let them react to some epic Eurovision songs by ABBA, Eleni Foureira, Joe & Jake, Rodolfo Chikilicuatre, Netta and Alekseev.

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

Every month we look back at the ten most watched videos on the official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube Channel. We combine the views of performance videos and preview videos to find out which songs you have been watching the most.

This month we see Loreen returning to the top 10. For the first time this year Amaia y Alfred did not make it to the top 10 of most watched video. They had an impressive streak of 9 months in the top 10.

The top three stays the same, with Netta leading, Eleni Foureira on second place and Hadise on third position. However, Eleni Foureira is closing in on Netta.

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Eurovision This Month: October 2018

With just over 200 days until the Grand Final, the slogan of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv has been revealed… Dare to Dream. The slogan was announced by Jon Ola Sand, the Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest. Theme artwork to support the slogan and the list of participating countries will be revealed at a later date.

Sad news from Latvia this month. Valters Fridenbergs, who represented Latvia in 2005 with The War Is Not Over as part of the duo Walters & Kasha, passed away aged 30. On behalf of the entire Eurovision Family, we would like to extend our deepest condolences to Valters’ family and friends.

Earlier this month, Australian broadcaster SBS launched the first ever national selection contest to select the artist and song to represent the country in Tel Aviv in May. Songwriters have until Sunday 4 November to submit their songs via https://sbs.com.au/eurovision.

If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

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

Every month we look back at the ten most watched videos on the official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube Channel. We combine the views of performance videos and preview videos to find out which songs you have been watching the most.

This month we see a newcomer in the top three for the first time in months. Lordi makes a big jump and Lena is back!

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Eurovision This Month: September 2018

Welcome to Eurovision this month! This is your update of September 2018!

On the first of September, the new Eurovision season officially started as from that moment on, all songs publicly released are potential Eurovision entries. Which artist would you like to see performing next year?

The 2019 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Tel Aviv! The EBU announced the city, dates and venue together with host broadcaster KAN in the beginning of September. The grand final will take place on the 18th of May.

The YouTube Channel of the Eurovision Song Contest has made it too the shortlist of the Lovie Awards in the ‘Events and live broadcasts’ category. The lovie awards are often referred to as the European Oscars for digital work.

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Tel Aviv announced as the host city for the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest!

Read more about the host city here: https://eurovision.tv/story/tel-aviv-host-city-eurovision-2019

The host city for the 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will be Tel Aviv! The contest will take place in the Expo Tel Aviv (International Convention Center), located on the north side of the city.

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

Every month we look back at the ten most watched videos on the official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube Channel. We combine the views of performance videos and preview videos to find out which songs you have been watching the most.

This month again sees three former participants returning in the TOP 10. Lordi, MaNga and Aysel & Arash return.

Netta’s ‘Toy’ stays, with a big margin, the number one most watched video on the Eurovision YouTube Channel. Eleni Foureira and Mikolas Josef complete the top three.

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