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Owner & Chief Editor   I’m a qualified designer and the official geek in the crew, dedicating most of my free time to keeping the ESCtips show on the road. My family routes allow me to support the UK, Ireland and Italy.

Eurovision 2018: Day 3 Review

Today started with the feeling that we might get a new Eurovision market leader given Alexander will surely impress and Australia could tick all the right boxes to earn victory. Day 3 is the day of kitsch and the kitchen …

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Eurovision 2018: Day 2 Review

Day 2 got off to a glitchy start with the press centre monitors looping a Visit Portugal promo while FYRoM were rehearsing. We managed to catch the final run-through, though. Marija wears a pink tunic-type back-to-front jacket. Nothing is left …

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Eurovision 2018: Day 1 Review

It’s the first day of Eurovision 2018 rehearsals live from the Lisbon rabbit hutch that is this year’s press centre. One could say it’s cosy. Anyway, a barefoot Aisel starts the show for Azerbaijan dressed in a white negligee. The …

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Eurovision 2018 Match Bets to Gobble Up

We stumbled on a new bookmaker today. Karamba are predominately Casino-led, but they have chucked together some nice Eurovision match bets in their ‘sports’ section. Many people use https://www.bettingnews.com/sites/nba/ to do their betting. Registered in Malta, they are still available to …

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Eurovision 2018: Semi-Final 1 Podcast

We discuss the first semi-final of Eurovision 2018 with writer and broadcaster, Roy Delaney, and Entertainment Odds owner, Rob Furber. And here’s a few of those pre-selection videos we mentioned… Poster credit: Tellystats.

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Eurovision 2018: Semi-Final 2 Preview

Semi-Final 2 might be lighter on talent compared to the first semi, but it’s just as hard to pick 10 qualifiers at this stage. Making it: Not only will national commentators talk about Alexander Rybak’s record-breaking victory in 2009, but …

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Eurovision 2018: Semi-Final 1 Preview

This year’s semi-final of death has been condensed into a first-half of armageddon. There are around eight songs of qualification quality, yet since 2009 only a maximum of five songs have ever progressed from the first half. The strength of …

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