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ESC Top 250 – Vote for your all-time favourite Eurovision songs

May we have your votes, please? It’s time again for a new edition of the ESC TOP 250. For the 14th time this year, Eurovision fans have the opportunity to vote for their favourite songs from the 65 years of Song Contest history.  You can vote according to the official Eurovision …

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ESC Radio Awards 2021 – The Winners!

After a full week of voting, we are happy to announce the winners in this year’s ESC Radio Awards poll, as voted by the listeners, Eurovision fans and followers worldwide. Switzerland scores a double victory, with Tout l’Univers winning the Best Song category with 18.5% and Gjon’s Tears winning Best …

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ESC Radio Awards 2021 – the lines are open! June 12-20

http://awards.escradio.com/ The voting for the 2021 ESC Radio Awards has started. From June 12-20, you have the opportunity to vote for your 2021 Eurovision favourites in four categories: Best Song, Best Female Artist, Best Male Artist, and Best Group. You can cast your vote now, following this link http://awards.escradio.com/ You can vote every day again, and it’s counted …

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ESC Radio Awards 2021 – vote June 12-20!

ESC Radio Awards coming up soon: From May 17-24, you’ll be able to vote for your 2021 Eurovision favourites in four categories: Best Song, Best Female Artist, Best Male Artist, and Best Group. The voting form will be available with the start of the voting on 12th June. The ESC …

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Italy wins Eurovision Song Contest 2021

Photo: EBU / Andres Putting Last night, after a breathtaking voting, Italy’s alternative rock band Måneskin came out on top with their self-penned song Zitti E Buoni (“Shut up and behave”). Barbara Pravi’s Voilà from France finished in second place, followed by Switzerland and Gjon’s Tears in third place with …

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ESC 2021 – Ten qualifiers from the 2nd Semi-Final complete the line-up for the Grand Final

Last night, 20th May, at 21:00 CEST, the 2nd Semi-Final of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest took place at Rotterdam Ahoy, Netherlands. 17 songs competed, 10 songs managed to qualify for the Grand Final this coming Saturday, 22nd May, while 7 entries got eliminated. And these are the results of …

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