Author: Cody Chavis
The Eurovision Song Contest is tomorrow — get up to speed on the wonder that is Eurovision with our crash-course on the basics.
Belgium’s entry for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest sounds an awful lot like a UK pop-song from 2015. But it is a rip-off or just bubble-gum pop?
We watched all 42 music videos from this year’s Eurovision song contest and found the best (and worst). Come listen (and laugh)!
Australia’s Im Dami and Russia’s Sergey Lazarev have what it takes to win Eurovision 2016. But a Russian winner may upset some longtime fans…
The bearded, openly gay, Austrian drag queen has cemented her place as a pop goddess and LGBT ambassador by appearing in the iconic rock magazine.
Melbourne University freshmen students may have the opportunity to study the gaudiest contest in the universe — that’s right, the Eurovision singing competition is now a bonafide college course! According to The Vine, second-semester freshmen at Melbourne University may add the class to supplement breadth-requirements for their degrees in biomedicine, commerce,[…]
Looks aren’t everything, but in Eurovision 2015, they certainly don’t hurt. Even if these sexy men and women flub their songs, they’ll still give the audience eye-candy to enjoy!
These songs really embrace the “Building Bridges” theme and champion world peace. They’re great, but some are super sad, so get the Kleenex ready!
While some nations sang about unity, a handful of competitors just said “LOL byeeeeeeeeee” and sang songs that had squat to do with building bridges or world peace or whatever.
Our list will help cut through the clutter of so many countries with questionable taste. But that doesn’t mean you’ll agree with our choice, per se…