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IRIAO from Georgia

Posted by eurovision on top on January 13, 2018 at 1:45 PM Comments comments (0)

The public television of Georgia announced during the special end-of-year program to its representatives in the next edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. It's about the ethnic folk-jazz band IRIAO.

David Malazonia, founder of the group and musical director, is considered one of the best composers of Georgia in these genres. For 30 years he has created music in Germany and Georgia for theaters, television projects, as well as for artists and groups.

The group will receive the witness of Tamara Gachechiladze who represented the country in the last edition held in Kiev, not getting the pass to the grand final. As for the theme they will perform at the festival, the television announced that more details will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Tomás Cano

Russia wins Junior ESC 2017

Posted by eurovision on top on November 26, 2017 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Russia won the edition of 2017 of Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

Among 16 countries, Polina Bogusevich was the favourite of the specialized jury but not the favourite of the audience which was The Netherlands followed by Malta.

Russia didn't took part at the adult ESC 2017 but won the Junior for the second time ever.

Krylya, Wings, was the song that Polina performed sharing the stage with two comporary dancers. Bulgaria and Israel withdraw form the contest this year but Portugal returned.

This was the final ranking:


Draw CountryArtist/ Song  Language(s) Place Points

01 Cyprus Nicole Nicolaou "I Wanna Be a Star" Greek, English 16 45

02 Poland Alicja Rega "Mój Dom" Polish 8 138

03 Netherlands Fource "Love Me" Dutch, English 4 156

04 Armenia Misha "Boomerang" Armenian, English 6 148

05 Belarus Helena Meraai "I Am the One" Russian 5 149

06 Portugal Mariana Venâncio "Youtuber" Portuguese 14 54

07 Ireland Muireann McDonnell "Súile Glasa" Irish 15 54

08 Macedonia Mina Blažev "Dancing Through Life" Macedonian, English 12 69

09 Georgia Grigol Kipshidze "Voice of the Heart" Georgian 2 185

10 Albania Ana Kodra "Don't Touch My Tree" Albanian, English 13 67

11 Ukraine Anastasiya Baginska "Don't Stop" Ukrainian, English 7 147

12 Malta Gianluca Cilia "Dawra Tond" English, Maltese 9 107

13 Russia Polina Bogusevich "Wings" Russian, English 1 188

14 Serbia Irina Brodić & Jana Paunović "Ceo svet je naš" Serbian 10 92

15 Australia Isabella Clarke "Speak Up" English 3 172

16 Italy Maria Iside Fiore "Scelgo (My Choice)" Italian, English 11 86

Minsk will held the next edition of Junior ESC.

ESC Junior: Georgia is the winner!

Posted by eurovision on top on November 21, 2016 at 12:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Mariam Mamadashvili performed Mzeo and won the 14th Junior Eurovision tonight in Malta!

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The scoreboard ended like this:

5 things about Nika Kocharov & Young Georgian Lolitaz

Posted by eurovision on top on April 18, 2016 at 12:10 AM Comments comments (0)

The band from Georgia in ESC 2016 is ready to bring rock to Eurovision. Here you can find 5 curiosities about them:


1. Nika Kocharov & Young Georgian Lolitaz is a Georgian rock band known for their alternative indie-style music.

2. They are the first all-male band to represent Georgia in the contest.

3. The song Midnight Gold was selected in a televised show out of five proposed entries by a joint decision of an international expert jury and televoting.

4. Z for Zulu is the second band of Nika Kocharov.

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5. When Georgia entered the competition, they all lived in England.

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#ESC2016 #EOT weekly report #11: Spain chose - Georgia to choose

Posted by Pedro.Eurovisionontop on February 6, 2016 at 5:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Some more updates and news of the eurovision season 2016 in your weekly EOT ESC report.

Some more choices were made. One more song is known and other are starting.


1. Georgia - the choice out of more than 100 songs 

2. Spain - Loreen: Said Yay!

3. ESC 2016 slogan - "Come together"

1. Georgia - a silent choice!?

Till now it was the most silent announcement of a represent in the running eurovision season. Already in december of last year the national broadcaster of Gerorgia informed about the selection.

Nicka Kocharov & Young Georgian Lolitaz are the once fighting on the eurovision stage 2016.

The broadcaster asked for songs for the band and got more 100.

Last week they presented the 5 songs the audiance now can vote for.

2. Spain - Say Yay!?

An internal selection of 5 very young and almost unknown artist was the biggest surprise of the spanish broadcaster. The most known artist was Maria Isabel, a former Junior Eurovision winner. 

It was also the first time that the broadcaster had more than one song completly in english.

An other modification was the invitation of a international jury to vote for the song. 
And also the jury in the studio had international support with Loreen the winner of the eurovision 2012.

At the end it was Barei winning 4 of the 5 votings and making the 2nd place at the 5th.

For the first time an english song will compete for Spain at the eurovision. We will see if Europe says YAY!

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3. Come together

The biggest music show of the world always tried to connect through the music, to build bridges, to let people join, to fell their hearts beat, to show that at the end we all are one.

Also this year the slogan sends a message to europe and to the world. Perhaps the eurovision slogan never had a bigger mission sending a statement as this year.


Not more, not less. That could help to reunite a continent which feels like being as far away from each other like not for a long time. Coming together, speaking, listening and just meet others is what europe for sure at the moment needs the most! Also Sweden as nation had some changes in the last month. Perhaps Eurovision will also be a statement for the own country.

Pedro de Almeida