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Tonight should have been the grand final of the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. Instead, we fans are still coming to terms with the loss of “our” contest – and doing a pretty good job under the circumstances!
In the first part of her Eurovision 2019 wrap-up, Shi looks at the things a blogger and a delegation can get wrong – and how to accidentally get things just right.
Eurovision 2018 was a series of journeys for Israel, for Netta, and for Shi too. She looks at the ESC experience from an Israeli perspective – and the aftermath in the Israeli media and beyond.
There are national finals. And then there's Melodifestivalen. Whether you like it or not, there's no doubt that the Swedish preselection is - by far - the most popular and most talked-about national final format that exists in our Eurovision world. It's as polarising...
This weekend’s Romanian semi-final takes place in a salt mine. (Of course it does.) But you might be surprised to learn that there’s a long history of salt at the Eurovision Song Contest…
Post Eurovision Depression is something every fan suffers from at this time of year. But escgo! has the perfect solution. Just follow these easy steps and make PED a thing of the past!
The victory of Salvador Sobral is a turning point in Eurovision history. It’s probably the most important victory since ABBA. Felix points out what’s so important about Portugal winning with this entry, and why 2017 is a landmark year for Eurovision.
As the 2017 final approaches, Martin’s thoughts turn to the ways in which we fans experience this whole Eurovision Song Contest thing.
escgo! is back from a long hibernation. You might have noticed that we haven’t posted a lot about Eurovision recently, other than our own events and polls. | Why we at escgo! took a longer break, and why we just relaunched with a fresh new website.