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Eurovision 2018: what we know so far! The Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will be held in Lisbon on 8, 10 and 12 May, at the MEO Arena, following the win of Salvador Sobral with "Amar pelos dois". 25 countries already confirmed their provisional interest in participating next year. Estonia will have it's national final on 3rd of March, Malta in January, Switzerland on 4rd of February and Portugal on the 4th of March. Turkey and Andorra already announced they will not be participating in the next year's contest. EBU will sent invitations for participating to all the 56 active members. We'll see the outcome of that in due time. Here is the of
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Cluj napoca will most likely host Selectia Nationala 2018 The media outlet Ziua de Cluj released an article that reveals the plans for the municipality to host " Selectia nationala 2018". They already addopted the budglet for the next year event, so everything looks pretty settled. Plus the article was also shared by Eurovision Romania official facebook page. So we are heading to Cluj napoca next year. The venue will most likely be Sala Polivalenta, who hosted recently The European Gymnastics Championship, and for 3 years in a row is the seccond stage for the UNTOLD festival, also held in Cluj. Here a re a few shots of the venue we gatheres from all around the
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It’s Lisbon 2018 It's official: The Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will take place in Lisbon, with the semifinals taken place on 8 and 10 May and the Grand Final on the 12th of May. Here is the official video of the announcement: https://youtu.be/UUqpTJjCAjM Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has a population of 2.7 million. Mr. Jon Ola Sand said today: "We are very pleased to announce that RTP will be hosting the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon. The City has presented an exemplary proposal, and we look forward to working together to make Portugal’s first ever Eurovision the most exciting one yet
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2017 Marcel Bezençon Awards Marcel Bezençon Awards are a set of awards given by the press, comentators and composers at the Eurovision Song Contest event. They wewe established in 2002 by Christer Björkman and Richard Herrey, and named after the founder of Eurovision, Marcel Bezençon. The Press Award - awarded by the accreditated press at the event. This year's reciepent is Italy - Francesco Gabbani with Occidentalis Karma. The Artistic Award - presented to the best artistic performance and voted by the commentator from each country: Portugal - Salvador Sobral with Amar Pelos Dois. The Composer Award - rewarde
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All the votes from the both semifinals and the Grand Final Eurovision.tv published late last night all the scorers from the semifinals. The first semifinal was won by Portugal, and the seccond semifinal by Bulgaria. Here are the full results from the both semifinals: Semifinal1:   Sermifinal 2: Jury points from the Grand Final:   Final scoreboard:    
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Portugal Wins The Eurovision Song Contest 2017! After a final full of surprises in the voting department, a winner has been crowned...and it's Portugal. He swiped the votes from both juries and the televoting, and finnished with a staggering 758 points. The song "Amar pelos dois" won the hearts of everybody, and what a deserving winner it is. Congratulations Salvador, Congratulations Portugal! Here is the winning performance: https://youtu.be/Qotooj7ODCM Here is the winner performance alongside his sister who also composed the song: https://youtu.be/z5VUti3kVIo Here are a few photos from the winning moment and from the press conferrence:
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Semifinal 2 review Last night was the seccond act of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, and what an act!!!! Starting with the opening and finishing with the outcome..it was way way better than the first semifinal. The quality of the songs much better, and the Show, and the way it looked on TV was amazing. Such a big difference from the first semifinal. Congratulations to the technical team for improving it all. The opening act was sooo good, and exactly the way it was supposed to be: fun , musical, and "eurovisionised" :) Now to the songs: Tijana Bogićević - In Too Deep (Serbia) https://youtu.be/A0wAd-a0hXA Tijana w
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Today LIVE the Seccond Semifinal. How to whatch, line-up, scorecard and our predictions. Tonight, starting 22:00, TVR will broadcast LIVE the seccond semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest. 18 countries are compeeting for 10 spots in the Grand Final on 13th of May. Normaly there would have been 19 countries, but with Russia withdrawing, now all the starting positions have changed. Romania will start on 5th...and so on. The show will be opened by a traditional folk band with dancers, and a gimmick that you will all love :) .. The presenters will sing along some Eurovision hits, and it will be soo much fun. This semi-final is the hardest to predict. It has many good acts, ethnic stuff, ballads
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Semifinal 1 Review Last night we saw the first act of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. As usual the first semi si full of organising small errors that we are sure will be corrected for semi 2 and the final. The broadcast though lacked something..?! we are not sure what...It didn't manage to catch the excitement, the drama and the tension of Eurovision. Or maybe it was the audience that was the problem...we don't know , but if you will whatch it on TV again ..you'll know what I mean.  Apart from that, we love the stage...it's unique and fun, and it has so much potential. The hosts were fun enough, but toooo well behaved. We wo
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Today LIVE the first Semifinal. How to whatch, line-up, scorecard and our predictions. Tonight, starting 22:00, TVR will broadcast LIVE the first semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest. 18 countries are compeeting for 10 spots in the Grand Final on 13th of May. At first it might seem like a light semifinal, but it is very hard to actualy predict the qualifiers. Apart from Portugal and probably Armenia, who are in top5  spots to win the contest at the betting odds, the rest is just guessing. We also gave credit to Georgia, pure out of instinct :P , Australia, who so far didn't miss a note, Sweden who is a hot favourite every year, ....this year I can't understand why, cause it is such a sh
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