Eurovision 2019 predictions: Iceland, The Netherlands or

Belarus – Yet again the drama starts in Belarus, with a request from other contestants to void the result! broke the story today linking to a story on the Belarus news site Onliner which claims Max Lorens and DiDyuLya have written to the President. The pair, (who came second in the Belarussian national final, have released part of the letter that they sent to President Lukashenko: A Brief History Of Brexit. In January of 2013 the then Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron, was giving a speech at Bloomberg. During this speech he happened to mention that he would be in favour of launching an in-out referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union. Just to give a little bit of context – we posted this poll in the Facebook group ‘Eurovision Debate’ on Friday morning, giving the fans a good 3 days in which to vote. We also posted the poll for Semi-Final 2 at the same time and, to be honest, a lot more people decided to vote in the Semi-Final 2 poll than they did in Semi-Final 1. Despite plenty of debate about the political nature of her song, Ukraine’s Jamala remains the bookies’ pick to win the Semi-Final, with odds as low as 1/2 to win. Jamala wowed Team Wiwi during the rehearsals and looks set to take the Semi-Final 2 crown. A big weekend for ESC 2014 ahead, and for Scandinavia in particular, with the Swedish and Danish national finals on Saturday night, and a first chance to hear Carl Espen’s ‘Silent Storm’ in the third semi-final in Norway on Sunday night. Let’s start with the big Melodifestivalen final in Sweden. UK bookies have been reluctant […]

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