I have now reached three entries that scored zero points in Eurovision, and I have decided to let the next two songs decide via a poll, one for the pre-1975 era before the introduction of the 12-scale, and one for the post-1975 era under the current scoring system.
Last time I went through the Swedish entry in Eurovision Song Contest 1963, “En gång i Stockholm” by Monica Zetterlund. This time I will continue my journey through some of the Eurovision songs that didn’t receive any points at all. Today I have reached the Finnish entry in Eurovision 1982.
Last time I went through the Swiss song for Eurovision 2004, “Celebrate”, performed by Piero and the MusicStars, and now I will continue my journey through the songs that scored no points at all in the contest. Today I have reached the Swedish 1963 entry “En gång i Stockholm” by Monica Zetterlund.
We begin the series of reviews of nul points songs with the Swiss 2004 entry “Celebrate”
The Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna has just ended. As most people will probably know, Sweden won with the song “Heroes” performed by Måns Zelmerlöw, but two songs failed to receive any points at all in the final: the German “Black Smoke”, performed by Ann Sophie and the Austrian “I’m Yours” by The Makemakes. This made me want to take up the interesting phenomenon of not getting any points at all, and so I am starting ESC Song Reviews from the bottom so to speak. Continue reading The theme: Nul points – an introduction