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Eurovision Song Contest 2015


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Welcome to the official thread for the biggest TV event in the world, Eurovision Song Contest 2015!

This year, 39 european countries and Austraila will compete for the victory.

 

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Last year, Conchita Wurst, won in Denmark... Who will win this year?

 

 

Semi Final 1 - May 19th

Moldova

Armenia

Belgium

The Netherlands

Finland

Greece

Estonia

FYR Macedonia

Serbia

Hungary

Belarus

Russia

Denmark

Albania

Romania

Georgia


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Semi Final 2 - May 21st

Lithuania

Ireland

San Marino

Montenegro

Malta

Norway

Portugal

Czech Republic

Israel

Latvia

Azerbaijan

Iceland

Sweden

Switzerland

Cyprus

Slovenia

Poland


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 Grand Final - May 23rd

Germany

Austria

Australia

United Kingdom

Italy

France

Spain

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So who will win? What do you think? I think it will be Sweden, Estonia or Australia! 

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Thank you! We definitely got a strong entry this year, I hope we do well :slay:

And Sweden as always is slaying :nailedit:

 

Yeah! I also love that song "Danicing in  the rain" you guys had a few years ago! :pomsmile:

 

Aaw, thanks! I honestly think we could win again this year :crying1:

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Omg its that time of the year again :orangu: I used to love this show but it turned into a joke, too bad, the idea was flawless "to unite all the european nations through music" , now we have Australia and Israel competing :gloria:

Israel have been in the game for yeeeears! Remember they won in 1998! :soexcited2:

And Australia is just a one time thing!

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Oh i didnt know about Australia :o i thought they will stick forever :mhm:

No no no! It's just because they Eurovision down there and this years it's 60 years since the show started! If they win next years show will be held in Germany... So it's really just a one time thing :thatsfunny:

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No no no! It's just because they Eurovision down there and this years it's 60 years since the show started! If they win next years show will be held in Germany... So it's really just a one time thing :thatsfunny:

its so cute how Australians are so much into eurovision while europeans are starting to hate it :lolll:

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Watching the show atm, Serbia gonna snatch all of yall weaves tbh :queenflopga:

Can you explain the show to me? I'd luv3 to know :)

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Can you explain the show to me? I'd luv3 to know :)

Ofc, the show is about all of the countries of Europe entering with a song previously chosen by the ppl of each country(each country has its own cocompetition to chose their own representative for eurovision). Then the singers compete, the stage is always wonderful and its always all so amazing, some sing in their own language,some in English. And when all the countries presented themselves, all the europeans vote for the song they liked. The country that wins gets to be the host next year :D and every host country invests millions into building all of it.

The idea of eurovision was established after WW2 when the european nations basically hated eachother and werent united at all. The goal of eurovision was to unite European nations through music. Today its all political tho tbh but still sorta worth watching

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Guest Lᴜᴠ3�ɪ♥Hᴀᴛᴇ�ɪ

Ofc, the show is about all of the countries of Europe entering with a song previously chosen by the ppl of each country(each country has its own cocompetition to chose their own representative for eurovision). Then the singers compete, the stage is always wonderful and its always all so amazing, some sing in their own language,some in English. And when all the countries presented themselves, all the europeans vote for the song they liked. The country that wins gets to be the host next year :D and every host country invests millions into building all of it.

The idea of eurovision was established after WW2 when the european nations basically hated eachother and werent united at all. The goal of eurovision was to unite European nations through music. Today its all political tho tbh but still sorta worth watching

that's freaking awesome :o

now are the people entering celebrities or?...

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Yeah usually already established artists, but newcomers have a chance too :)

omg has alexandra stan ever performed? :o

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omg has alexandra stan ever performed? :o

The biggest artists to ever perform at the Eurovision include ABBA, Larah Fabian, Celine Dion and Julio Iglesias (Enrique's father) and the best selling Latin artist in history. 

 

I don't think so lol but Cascada performed before (I don't know if you know her lol) 

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Guest Lᴜᴠ3�ɪ♥Hᴀᴛᴇ�ɪ

The legendary Celine Dion won for Switzerland in the 80's :yas:

ooh wow cool :yay1:

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Guest Lᴜᴠ3�ɪ♥Hᴀᴛᴇ�ɪ

The biggest artists to ever perform at the Eurovision include ABBA, Larah Fabian, Celine Dion and Julio Iglesias (Enrique's father) and the best selling Latin artist in history. 

 

I don't think so lol but Cascada performed before (I don't know if you know her lol) 

haha yea I know who she is :P

I hope Alexandra performs someday :crying1:

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