After the second semi final took place yesterday, we now know the complete line-up for the final tomorrow. Once again ten songs have qualified, and they need a word or two on the way.
The first semi final has ended, and ten songs have made it through to the final, some of them more surprising than others. Here is a comment about the show yesterday, the songs that qualified and those who didn’t.
And we are finally reaching the end. Here is the last set of songchecks: Israel, Lithuania and Serbia.
The shows are rapidly approaching, and as we write there is less than a week to the first semi final. However, I still have six songs to go through before it is too late. I want to say sorry for the delay – even if one of the contestants today is not sorry, but back to that later. Let us first have a look at the Bulgarian song.
In this set of songchecks I am going to revisit a country for the first and – hopefully – only time in the 2016 contest. Whether or not we will be treated to that again in future editions, time will show, but it has happened before on several occasions, so the chance is there.
ESC Song Reviews continues the songchecks of 2016 entries. This time we have reached the songs from Greece and the Czech Republic.
We continue our journey through the entries for this year’s Eurovision. Today we have reached the songs from Australia and Croatia.