Just wanted to give you some updates regarding the odds for tonight’s Semi Final 1 since a lot is happening in this regard right now. The most remarkable thing is […]
Finally, time for the Swedish act to enter the stage, but our Benjamin is far from the only Swedish competitor this evening. The entries of Semi Final 2 includes another […]
Even if Sweden isn’t competing in this semi-final – and we’re therefore unqualified to vote – it will still be worth watching for sure, since as it happens, almost all […]
The trends of ESC are often hard to predict, but one of the unwritten rules are that last year’s winning song will influence the participating acts of the upcoming year. […]
What a night! I spent the evening with (almost) all my Eurovision friends from last year when a whole bunch of former Delegation Hosts and Volunteers from 2016 joined together with the OGAE Fans for a ESC party at Hard Rock Café in Stockholm.
This is it – just after midnight tonight we’ll know if Francesco Gabbani and his gorilla will bring home the crystal microphone to Italy or if anyone else will be fortunate enough to challenge him for the victory.
Last night’s Semi Final started just like the first one, with the three young white male hosts who, in some inexplicable way, are supposed to embody this year’s slogan Celebrate Diversity. Unsurprisingly, their appearance in this week’s second broadcast turned out to be just as embarrassing as the first one, in true Eurovision tradition.