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Germany: Jamie-Lee Kriewitz – Ghost

Germany simplified their national final this year, and as a result, they got the winner they wanted. Jamie-Lee Kriewitz competed in a 3-way super final against Avantasia and Alex Diehl and will now travel to Stockholm with the song Ghost. At …

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Cyprus: Minus One – Alter Ego

Having failed to represent Cyprus last year, Minus One were internally selected for Stockholm and will travel to Eurovision with the Thomas G:son written song, Alter Ego. I was skeptical of Minus One's prospects, but Alter Ego is perhaps the …

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Ukraine: Jamala – 1944

After their year long sabbatical, and what felt like a year long national final, Ukraine have returned to Eurovision and selected Jamala with song 1944 to represent them in Stockholm. It didn't tale long for the Kiev 2017 tweets to …

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Iceland: Greta Salóme – Hear Them Calling

Iceland have just selected their challenger for Stockholm with the result going very much to form. Greta will now take her projection staging to Stockholm and should qualify comfortably from the tricky first semi-final in May. For a good few weeks, fans …

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Switzerland: Rykka – The Last of Our Kind

The Swiss have been taking things easy this year, rather than clamouring to be one of the first countries to select their song. It didn't help them source any better talent. Scandie Andy said: "Switzerland has four national languages, and …

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Austria: Zoë – Loin d’ici

With some controversial jury marking, Austria eventually selected their Eurovision 2016 representative. Having won the public vote, Zoë was chosen to represent Austria with the song, Loin d’ici. Zoë's overdose of twee, francophile, syrupy ooze has been a fan favourite since …

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