National final season is back! The team discuss the outcome of Festivali i Këngës 56 and all the internally selected artists so far, as well as the branding and stage design for Lisbon 2018. We also have a new head-to-head competition between the team members, and we try something a little different involving some Eurovision hot takes.
The first of two shows with special guest judge Elliot Harris from Eurovoxx, where the team look at the songs competing in the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest taking place in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Здравствуйте! This is it, it’s the big finale. The final jury rehearsal is done, half of the final scores are now decided. So now, it is time for the team to sit down and lay down their cards for what they think the final outcome will be…
Здравствуйте! Time for the second round. The second jury rehearsal has been done and dusted, half the scores are in, and now we have the impossible task of trying to deduct who will be getting a flight home on Friday morning.
Kylie watched the jury rehearsal on the screens in the press centre, while John was in the arena to take in the live experience. Let’s see if and how their opinions are affected…
Here’s the run down of Semi 2’s first half. Continue reading ESC Pulse Video: The Eurovision 2017 Diaries – 2nd May
The third of five shows reviewing the songs competing in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. This week, we have our Slovenian friend Simon J joining us as our third special guest judge as we look at the songs in the first half of Semi-final 2.
After a week-long absence, the team are back alongside special guest Elliot from The Euro Trip to discuss the final two weeks of the national final season, and take a look back at some of the best national final songs that will not be in Kyiv this year.
It’s our first National Final episode for the 2017 season! We discuss Albania’s selection and give an update of all the chosen artists so far as well as news updates, plus we answer listener’s questions.
Bonswa! That’s ‘hello’ in Maltese if you’re reading this in the afternoon, if you’re reading in the morning, then it’s “bonġu”!
The jury rehearsal for this year’s Junior Eurovision has come and gone, and most of the scores are now being decided as we speak. So, with Kylie on the ground and John back in the UK keeping an eye on the news, will they agree on the eventual result?
Kylie gives a glimpse of the third day of rehearsals for Junior Eurovision 2016.