In the fourth episode of our series on the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 we talk about Estonia. A ‘strange’ country in the contest, because one year they can end up almost at the bottom of a semi final, and the other year [read more…]
The semi finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 had a couple of shock exits. Greece and Armenia failed to qualify for the final for the second time in history and Azerbaijan, Russia and Romania even had to suffer that fate for the very first [read more…]
The second episode of the Aftermath 2018 covers the ninth place for Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. Rasmussen and his ‘Higher Ground’ especially scored very well in the televote.
This first episode of the Aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 is about Moldova, which finished in tenth place in Lisbon. DoReDoS mostly thanked their result to their 115 points in the televote, where they finished in eighth place.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2018 had viewing figures of over 186 million people throughout the world. According to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) this is slightly more than in 2017, when the contest in Kiev reached 182 million people.
It has been one week since Netta Barzilai took the crown at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, giving Israel their first victory in the contest since 1998. We already looked ahead to 2019, but in the upcoming days, ESCDaily will look at the aftermath of [read more…]
The 20th place in the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest was not the achievement Jessica Mauboy hoped to book on behalf of Australia. Still, she reacted in the most graceful way on her result, also handing out compliments to winner Netta Barzilai from [read more…]
Netta Barzilai has won the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 on behalf of Israel with the song “Toy”. Cyprus got the second place, whilst Austria completed the podium with the third place.
I. Mir has convincingly won the 2018 ESCDaily Eurovision Prediction Contest. He predicted all 10 finalists correctly in the minefield first semi final, took the lead and kept it until the end. As a result, the price package including Eleni Foureira’s CD will be sent [read more…]
Australia’s Jessica Mauboy finished in fourth place at the second semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The full split result of the shwo on Thursday have been released by the EBU, right after the results of the grand final came in.