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Aftermath 2016 (10) Bulgaria Aftermath 2016 (9): United Kingdom lacks a long-term vision Aftermath 2016 (8): Sweden only Nordic powerhouse left Aftermath 2016 (7): Amir giving France its revival Aftermath 2016 (6): Dark future for Ireland at Eurovision Aftermath 2016 (5): Armenian approach can soon result in victory
 

Aftermath 2016 (10) Bulgaria’s best result ever

The comeback of the year is of course the comeback of Poli Genova. From a non-qualifier for Bulgaria, to the best result they ever had at Eurovision. Let’s look at the aftermath in Bulgaria.

Aftermath 2016 (9): United Kingdom lacks a long-term vision

In the aftermath, we look back at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 one more time. Today, we focus on the achievements of the United Kingdom. Which were not so good, once again.

Aftermath 2016 (8): Sweden only Nordic powerhouse left

At Eurovision 2016, the myth of the influence of so called “bloc voting” was debunked once again. From Scandinavia, only host nation Sweden was in the grand final. Frans gave the reigning country another top 5 result with “If I were sorry”.

Aftermath 2016 (7): Amir giving France its revival

In Aftermath we look back at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, covering the biggest and most newsworthy stories the contest gave us. Today we take a look at the French revival, with a top 10 placing thanks to Amir’s “J’ai Cherché”.

Aftermath 2016 (6): Dark future for Ireland at Eurovision

In this series of articles we are not only looking at the stories of succes at Eurovision 2016. We also focus on the disappointments. In today’s episode, we write about the reactions after Nikcy Byrne’s failure to reach the final for Ireland.

Aftermath 2016 (5): Armenian approach can soon result in victory

In the Aftermath, we take a look at the results at Eurovision 2016 and the way the countries have reacted on their result. Today we focus on Armenia, which got a seventh place in Stockholm thanks to Iveta Mukuchyan.

Aftermath 2016 (10) Bulgaria’s best result ever

May 31, 2016

The comeback of the year is of course the comeback of Poli Genova. From a non-qualifier for Bulgaria, to the best result they ever had at Eurovision. Let’s look at the aftermath in Bulgaria.

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Aftermath 2016 (9): United Kingdom lacks a long-term vision

May 30, 2016

In the aftermath, we look back at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 one more time. Today, we focus on the achievements of the United Kingdom. Which were not so good, once again.

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Aftermath 2016 (8): Sweden only Nordic powerhouse left

May 29, 2016

At Eurovision 2016, the myth of the influence of so called “bloc voting” was debunked once again. From Scandinavia, only host nation Sweden was in the grand final. Frans gave the reigning country another top 5 result with “If I were sorry”.

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Aftermath 2016 (7): Amir giving France its revival

May 28, 2016

In Aftermath we look back at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, covering the biggest and most newsworthy stories the contest gave us. Today we take a look at the French revival, with a top 10 placing thanks to Amir’s “J’ai Cherché”.

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Aftermath 2016 (6): Dark future for Ireland at Eurovision

May 27, 2016

In this series of articles we are not only looking at the stories of succes at Eurovision 2016. We also focus on the disappointments. In today’s episode, we write about the reactions after Nikcy Byrne’s failure to reach the final for Ireland.

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Aftermath 2016 (5): Armenian approach can soon result in victory

May 26, 2016

In the Aftermath, we take a look at the results at Eurovision 2016 and the way the countries have reacted on their result. Today we focus on Armenia, which got a seventh place in Stockholm thanks to Iveta Mukuchyan.

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Eurovision 2017: Prime minister wants “public selection process” for host city

May 26, 2016

According to the Ukrainian newspaper Pravda, the prime minister Volodymyr Groysman wants a transparant public selection process to determine which city should host the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Ukraine. The majors of the cities of Kiev, Lviv, Dnipropetrovsk and Odessa have all expressed their interest in the job, thus far.

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Aftermath 2016 (4): The televote success of Poland

May 25, 2016

We take a look back at Eurovision 2016 one more time, with the aftermath of the great result for Michal Szpak from Poland. One of the biggest shockers of the 2016 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest was the moment when the televoters lifted Poland from nearly the last place, to a top 10 finish.

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Aftermath 2016 (3): Second last place in a row for Germany

May 24, 2016

With 42 countries taking part in Stockholm, at least 32 of them are bound to get disappointed with their result in the contest. But for Germany, it was a big blow, ending up in last place for the second year in a row. We look at the aftermath in Germany.

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Eurovision 2016 attracts 204 million viewers

May 24, 2016

The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest was seen by more than 200 million viewers. The 3 live shows from Stockholm, Sweden on 10th, 12th and 14th May reached 204 million people across 42 countries – 5 million more than in 2015.

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