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Eurovision 2014: Split Result Analysis

This is the first of two articles analysing the Eurovision 2014 result. In this article, I will discuss some of the split result trends for each of the live shows while highlighting the songs where the juries’ and televoters’ opinions …

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Eurovision 2014: Voting Order Published

The voting order has been determined by the results from last night’s Jury Final. An algorithm has been created to try and make the voting as exciting as possible. The order is as follows: (Spokespersons in brackets) Azerbaijan: (Sabina Babayeva) …

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Eurovision 2014: Final Rehearsal Notes

So Ukraine start the show with a bang, well the hamster-wheel guy did when he lost momentum and landed shoulder first. Mariya was fine, but it was a somewhat low key performance. TEO’s Cheesecake dampens the mood somewhat and despite a …

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Eurovision 2014: Running Order Published

Following tonight’s second semi-final, the EBU have just published Saturday’s Grand Final running order in full. Ukraine Belarus Azerbaijan Iceland Norway Romania Armenia Montenegro Poland Greece Austria Germany Sweden France Russia Italy Slovenia Finland Spain Switzerland Hungary Malta Denmark The …

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Eurovision: Semi-Final 2 Preview

Last updated 8th May A controversial list of qualifiers I think you will agree and mostly based on info I’ve gleaned from people affiliated with the many delegations. I could easily swap Slovenia/Belarus and Malta, but I think Malta’s danger comes from the …

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Eurovision: Semi-Final 1 Preview

  Last updated 6th May. This is it! I have published my final list of qualifiers for semi-final 1. It’s largely an exercise for bragging rights and I could easily swap Montenegro with Moldova. Good luck all! Standout Bets  Ukraine 9.0 e/w (correct …

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Eurovision 2013: Split Vote Analysis

Last night, the EBU released this year’s split vote via the Eurovision official website, Eurovision.tv.  As a commentator, I expected a number of alarming results. It is immediately apparent that the juries have deviated from their routine backing of ballads, …

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