The second semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 is a two horse race. Either Sweden or Poland will win it, at least according to Erik Bolks and Steef van Gorkum. They make their predictions in Daily Coffee, our Eurovision podcast.
Greece may have won the jury vote of Eurovision 2022 semi final 1 last night. Steef van Gorkum says this in our Eurovision podcast Daily Coffee. He also thinks Croatia’s Mia Dimsic made costly mistakes, perhaps ruining her qualification chances.
The first semi final of Eurovision 2022 has more jury friendly entries than the second does. Thus conclude Steef van Gorkum, Erik Bolks and Dennis van Eersel in their next episode of the podcast Daily Coffee, coming live from Turin.
“Eurovision 2022 is the most uncertain contest in many years”. This says Szymon Stellmaszyk in the ESCDaily Show. Stellmaszyk, a Eurovision expert for almost 20 years, thinks that many different factors are unique this year, including the technical problems and the war in Ukraine.
The technical issues that RAI is experiencing, may influence the Eurovision results. Thus concludes Steef van Gorkum, chief editor of ESCDaily, in today’s Eurovision podcast Daily Coffee. Together with Erik Bolks and Dennis van Eersel, Van Gorkum discusses what went wrong during week 1 of [read more…]
Ukraine will win Eurovision, but not for artistic or musical reasons. According to renowned Eurovision journalist Erik Bolks, pity votes (because of the war) could have a big impact on this year’s results. He defended his theory in the first episode of ESCDaily’s Eurovision talkshow [read more…]
26 will compete in tonight’s Eurovision Grand Final, however one of them will not perform live: Iceland. Daði Freyr from Iceland will use his rehearsal tape from last week. In our Eurovision talkshow Rotterdam Inside, Dennis van Eersel claims that this could create a lot [read more…]
The Eurovision Grand Final 2021 is the toughest one to predict since 2014. Thus says ESCDaily’s chief editor Steef van Gorkum in the Eurovision podcast Daily Coffee. “There are 4 or 5 entries good enough to win this year.”
Now that we know the full running order of the Eurovision 2021 final, we will talk in-depth about who got a good starting position, and who did not. We do so in our talkshow with Eurovision superfan Gert Waterink. “The bookmakers try to hard to [read more…]
The results of the semi finals of the Eurovision Song Contest are not taken into account when the organisation decides the running order for the grand final. The Head of Contest of Eurovision 2021 confirmed this to ESCDaily.