|Posted by Eurovision On Top on April 26, 2018 at 10:05 AM||comments (0)|
38 times in Eurovision with only time staying out of the grand final. Yianna Terzi is the new hope of Greece and the chance to be back to the Top 10, since 2013.
Who's Yianna Terzi and her song?
1. She's 37 and daughter of Greek singer Paschalis Terzis.
2. Her debut album is Gyrna To Kleidi from 2006.
3. Yianna was chosen to represent Greece via the country's national...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on April 25, 2018 at 5:30 PM||comments (0)|
It was a long wait for the Portuguese fans until Salvador Sobral got the Eurovision victory. For the first time, Lisbon will receive the event and the moment for what all the Portuguese fans expected is getting closer and closer. Four eurovision portuguese fans from all over the country shared with us how they are living the moment and they give you some tips while visiting Lisbon!
Iva Seixas (33) is a designer f...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on April 25, 2018 at 5:10 PM||comments (0)|
50 times in Eurovision, 46 finals and 2 times winner! It's Austria calling.
Who's Cesar? Let's find his hourney to Eurovision.
1. Cesár Sampson is a singer, songwriter, and model with 34.
2. He worked for many years as a social worker.
4. Cesár has toured the world as the lead singer from some of Austria's most recognisable bands including Kruder & Dorfmeister, Sofa Surfers, and Louie Austen.
4. He was part o...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on April 25, 2018 at 5:00 PM||comments (0)|
Croatia took part in Eurovision for 23 times; 18 in the final.
Are they becoming crazy? Or it's just the song of Franka?
1. Franka Batelić (25) was the winner of the first season of Showtime. A show similar to Pop Idol.
2. She is an LGBT and animal rights activist and fronted the 2009 Animal's Friend campaign in Croatia.
3. Franka studied at the Zagreb School of Law.
4. She might be familiar for the eurofans s...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on April 25, 2018 at 3:45 PM||comments (0)|
April is not just the beginning month of Eurovision in Lisbon! Days before the delegations arrived, a day was celebrated today in Portugal, a day that everyone celebrated for the 44th time - the end of the dictatorship that haunted the country for dozens of years.
It was in 1974 when the Portuguese song was heard on the radio, in this year's Eurovision Song Contest song "E depois do adeus". Contrary to Salvador Sobral's song that will always be marked by Eurovision victory, the song by ...Read Full Post »