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Georgia: Tako Gachechiladze – Keep The Faith

Georgia have just selected Tako Gachechiladze with the song, Keep The Faith, to represent the nation at Eurovision 2017. A good ESC buddy remarked that the choice of watching either the Trump inauguration or the Georgian national final was like choosing between …

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Albania: Lindita Halimi – Botë (World)

Albania has given us the first song for Eurovision 2017; Lindita Halimi will represent the nation in Kiev with the song Botë. In keeping with recent form, this was another national selection show that lasted longer than a Eurovision final and still …

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Bulgaria: Poli Genova – If Love Was a Crime

Having confirmed Poli Genova earlier this year, Bulgaria have scrambling around to find a song. Today, Bulgaria finally presented If Love Was A Crime which will be performed in the second half of semi-final 2. Bulgaria have only qualified for the final once …

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Malta: Ira Losco – Walk On Water

I always love replacement songs because it means I can write another review, said no one ever! At least Ira has improved on the disjointed mess that was Chameleon and brought a touch of soulful handbag house to Eurovision. The Melodifestivalen aficionados among …

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Azerbaijan: Samra – Miracle

Azerbaijan have presented Samra with the song, Miracle, as their Eurovision package for Stockholm. They'll be hoping Samra can perform a miracle and overturn their recent run of bad form, which is mostly down to them playing by the book. Last …

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Serbia: ZAA Sanja Vučić – Goodbye

As we were all eagerly watching the result in Sweden tonight, Serbia published their song for Eurovision 2016. A highly animated Sanja Vučić will perform Goodbye in Stockholm. Let's see if she can decide which arm to wave. The Winehouse-influenced pop/blues-ballad is …

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Sweden: Frans – If I Were Sorry

After months of analysis and coverage, this year's Melfest season came to a close with the coronation of Frans at the newly named Frans Arena. Frans will hope If I Were Sorry scores Sweden a record equalling victory on home …

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