It wouldn’t be the Eurovision Song Contest without an über Power Ballad. “Undo” by Sweden’s Sanna Nielsen takes on the challenge, but is it a shoo-in for the final?
Vilija Mataciunaite’s song for Eurovision isn’t enough of an “Attention” stealer to give Lithuania a win.
Portugal returns to the Eurovision Song Contest with “Quero Ser Tua” (“I Want to Be Yours”) by Suzy. Did the country use the year off to revamp its strategy to try to get its first win?
One good turn deserves another – will Paula Seling and Ovi bring Romania a Eurovision miracle?
Belgium’s Axel Hirsoux sings the hell out of “Mother” but a good song does not necessarily equal a good entry for the Eurovision Song Contest.
Greece seems guaranteed to “Rise Up” in the second semifinal – how high will Freaky Fortune fly in the Eurovision finals?
Montenegro will try to get into the Eurovision Song Contest final for the first time with “Moj Svijet” by Sergej Ćetković. Though pretty, is the song too safe to leave an impression?
Rainbows! Togetherness! Outer Space! The only thing The Shin and Mariko’s Eurovision entry for Georgia doesn’t have is cohesion.
Does Slovenia have a hit on their hands with Tinkara Kovač’s “Round and Round”, or are they just going in circles?
Moldova taps into dubstep and overwrought lyrics with its Eurovision Song Contest entry “Wild Soul” by Cristina Scarlat. Will Europe respond to this style the way it did in 2013?