2000 and Whatever – Belarus

We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.

In collaboration with Eurovision Union, we will be reviewing some of their 21st Century favourites, while over on their site, you will find their reviews of our favourites!

Below our reviews, you will find a poll where you can vote for your favourite Eurovision entry from the 21st Century.


Dennis Reviews Anita’s 21st Century Favourite 

Naviband – Story of My Life | 17th Place, 83 points (Final)

I remember the love the Ukrainian people had for this song by their neighbour, when it was performed during the contest in Kiev. And there is a lot of love. The genuine fun that the duo is having whilst performing their song was infectious. I can understand that this could make this entry Anita’s favourite for Belarus, also because this country struggles to have the same top results as they do in Junior Eurovision. For me however, after having heard the song so often, the repetitive nature of the song also gives it something annoying after a while. Maybe I will grow back in it again.

Brandon Reviews Joshua’s 21st Century Favourite

Teo – Cheesecake | 16th place, 43 points (Final)

Oh goodness, I have a love-hate relationship with this song, unfortunately unlike my waistline with the dessert itself. 2014 had some really weird songs and this takes the cake (alongside Latvia that year, of course). Hated at first, grew to like it, don’t think I’ll ever love it but it’s a wonderful reminder and how you can sing anything and it can at least bring a smile to you.

What does the Eurovision Union team think of our 21st Century favourites? Make sure to head over to eurovisionunion.com to find out!

Vote for your favourite entry from Belarus below: