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Estonia: Tanja – Amazing

After two semi-finals and tonight's final, Estonia bizarrely chose Tanja with the song Amazing to represent them in Copenhagen this May. Despite excellent semi-final coverage by Shell, we were all left flummoxed when Tanja won the ticket to Copenhagen with …

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Romania: Paula & Ovi – Miracle

Did Romania need this national final given it's result was a foregone conclusion? That's a debate for people higher up the pay scale! Anyway, as expected, Romania chose Paula & Ovi to return to Eurovision with their song, Miracle. The …

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Ireland: Can-Linn ft. Kasey Smith – Heartbeat

    This year's edition of Jerry Springer has delivered a winner. No, not Billy McGuinness, but Can-Linn ft. Kasey Smith. Despite the epic argument on live TV and reemergence of famous drag act, Linda Martin, the song Heatbeat rightfully won selection to Copenhagen. We got …

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Poland: Donatan-Cleo – My Słowianie

    Polish broadcaster, TVP, has just confirmed that Donatan-Cleo will represent the nation with their hit My Słowianie, a song designed to challenge Slavic stereotypes. The original video has been watched almost 17 million times on YouTube, so the song already has …

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Latvia: Aarzemnieki – Cake to Bake

    It's never a national final that Europe holds its breath for, but Aarzemnieki toppled the favourite, Dons, to win Dziesma 2014 with the song Cake to Bake and will compete in semi-final 1 in Copenhagen. The main highlight …

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Hungary: Kállay Saunders – Running

With the highest quality national final of the year so far, the Hungarian public chose to send Kállay Saunders with the song Running to compete at Eurovision 2014! Over the last few weeks, I had come to accept Kállay Saunders …

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Iceland: Pollapönk – No Predudice

Last night Iceland chose Pollapönk to represent them in Copenhagen with the song Enga Fordóma (No prejudices), which was performed in both Icelandic and English. [Update] The song will now be performed in English. Pollapönk’s attempt at English is laudable, …

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