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Moldova: Eduard Romanyuta – I Want Your Love

  This year's Moldovan selection featured ex-X-Factor contestant, Kitty Brucknell, who failed to make the final with her song, Remix. In tonight's final, Moldova selected Eduard Romanyuta, a millionaire Ukrainian with a slightly suspect televote, with the song I Want …

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Hungary: Boggie – Wars for Nothing

    After three heats and two semi-finals, this year's A Dal has finally delivered a winner. If last year's song about child abuse wasn't enough, Boggie will attempt to lighten the mood with the song, Wars for Nothing. There …

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Slovenia: Maraaya – Here For You

    One song stood out from Slovenia's EMA national final, and thankfully, the Slovenian public chose wisely. Maraaya will now represent the nation at Eurovision 2015 with the song, Here For You. Here For You is the best song …

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Ireland: Molly Sterling – Playing With Numbers

Ireland's Late Show has once again hosted the Eurosong format, but thankfully, without the 'odious little man' controversy. What was a surprise was market leader, Nikki Kavanagh turning up without her voice. The eventual winner, determined 50/50 by televote and …

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Latvia: Aminata – Love Injected

Having ditched the Dziesma selection format, the inaugural Supernova winner and Latvian entrant for Eurovision 2015 is Aminata with the song, Love Injected. Unfortunately, the #RigaBeaver was ineligible for selection, else he would have been a dark horse given Latvia's …

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Lithuania: Monika & Vaidas – This Time

Lithuania finally got to the end of their selection marathon and chose the singers of their 2015 entry, This Time, after an unnecessarily convoluted format. Monika & Vaidas will perform This Time in the second semi-final in Vienna. The Baltics have …

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Italy Il Volo – Grande Amore

The four-night Sanremo spectacle delivered a result on Saturday, but we had to wait until today to have Grande Amore confirmed as Italy's Eurovision entry. This now means the writers will cut about 40-seconds from the Sanremo-winning version of Grande Amore to …

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