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Russia's Sergey Lazarev closes out the first day of Eurovision Song Contest rehearsals in Stockholm (Photo: Thomas Hanses / EBU)

2016 Rehearsals Day 1: Finland through Russia

The first half of the first Eurovision Song Contest semi final rehearsed their performances on the Globen stage in Stockholm.

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Eurovision 2016 Entry: Greece — Argo — “Utopian Land”

Greece continues to plod their way to the Eurovision Semifinal 2 bubble with Argo’s “Utopian Land”

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First Listen: Greece Sends Argo’s “Utopian Land” to Stockholm

Is Argo’s “Utopian Land” the ideal choice for Greece to send to the Eurovision Song Contest?

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Eurovision 2015 Semi-Final 1 Wrapup: Who Got the Party Started in Vienna?

Sixteen countries competed in Tuesday’s semi-final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Which ones will continue to party in Saturday’s Grand Final?

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Eurovision 2015 Entry: Greece — Maria-Eleni Kyriakou — One Last Breath

Will Greece need to draw “One Last Breath” to keep its perfect final streak alive at the Eurovision Song Contest?

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Eurovision First Listen: Greece Gets “One Last Breath” in the Contest

After doubts they’d be in the Eurovision Song Contest this year, Greece has submitted “One Last Breath”. Does it leave us gasping for more?

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Eurovision 2014 Entry: Russia — Tolmachevy Sisters — Shine

In my four years of covering the Eurovision Song Contest, I do not recall encountering an entry with as much baggage as Russia’s “Shine” by the Tolmachevy Sisters.

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Eurovision 2014: Romania — Paula Seling and Ovi — Miracle

One good turn deserves another – will Paula Seling and Ovi bring Romania a Eurovision miracle?

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Eurovision 2014: Greece — Freaky Fortune ft. Riskykidd — Rise Up

Greece seems guaranteed to “Rise Up” in the second semifinal – how high will Freaky Fortune fly in the Eurovision finals?

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Eurovision 2014: Slovenia — Tinkara Kovač — Round and Round

Does Slovenia have a hit on their hands with Tinkara Kovač’s “Round and Round”, or are they just going in circles?

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