The UK has Spoken
Last night saw the return of Eurovision: You Decide on BBC2 - the fact it was not on BBC1 highlighting just how seriously the UK takes the show. Unlike other national selection shows which are prolonged affairs, the United Kingdom whittles 100s of possible entries down to
Thank the Eurovision Gods that January is OVER! After surviving debilitating New Years’ hangovers (which get worse every year if you’re anything like me!) and being forced, under duress, back to work. Having had no experience of daylight for the last 4 weeks (going to work in the dark
So, perhaps this year your annual Eurovision party was a bust or they’re getting a bit samey. Maybe you’re fed up of watching Eurovision alone. Perchance you just want an excuse to travel and see Europe. Whatever the reason, you’ve decided that you’re not going to sit at home watching
Having both reached the age of 30 and having never visited Italy, the shame we felt oozed from our pores - uncultured brutes . With 4 days off work and only a couple of quid between us, we felt that it was time for an adventure to the Italian capital of Rome (and adventure it was).
I’m sure we can all agree that the Swedish are old hands at hosting The Eurovision Song Contest having won and hosted the competition 6 times in their 56 years of participation. However, the final in Stockholm 2016 will go down as one of the most fabulous shows in Eurovision
The national selection shows have become a staple for avid Eurovision fans, helping us to fill the boredom between the annual extravaganzas and whetting our appetites for the main event in May. Sometimes viewing the entrants for the national finals, I feel that the winning song isn’t always the best.
Since the inception of Eurovision, the UK has consistently come in the top 10 finalists, with only the odd entry finishing in the bottom half of the table. However, since the turn of the century, finding a winning UK entry has been as elusive as finding a liberal at a
Excitedly we prepared ourselves for an evening of fun and frolics as we tuned into Junior Eurovision. Having never seen the show before, we were unsure what to expect. Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) has been broadcast by the European Broadcasting Union since 2003. Unfortunately, here in U.K., Junior Eurovision
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commentators claimed Donald Trump's victory was a massive shock, swathes of US citizens were not at all surprised by the outcome. Much like
Today, on 12th June 2016, Orlando, Florida was shook when a 29 year old male massacred at least 49 innocent people in a gay nightclub in Orlando Florida. It has been reported that he pledged allegiance to the leader of so-called Islamic State prior to the mass murder. This has
On a vodka fuelled week in Lanzarote in May 2016 I started thinking about my first contribution to www.helloeurope.eu . I had agreed to contribute my views after visiting Stockholm for the Eurovision Song Contest Final earlier in the year. The creation of a new website and interactive forum for