UK Blog Awards wiwibloggs

From Stockholm to Valetta, from Tallinn to Tel Aviv, wiwibloggs has had a busy year covering the Eurovision Song Contest. As the year winds down, we’re already looking forward to jumping and jiving on the road to Eurovision 2017 in Kyiv!

And we’re closing the year, and this weekend, with a small request for you — our beloved readers. wiwibloggs is nominated for two UK National Blog Awards in the categories “Arts & Culture Blog of the Year” and “Vlogger/Podcast of the Year”.

In 2015 we actually won the former category and we’re so excited to be nominated this year —  and also in the recently created category for vloggers. We’re up against some really well-funded web sites run by large companies (eek!) but we’re hoping all of you can help us slay — for the Eurovision fandom and for the little guys like us.

All you have to do is click on this link and then highlight the first category “Arts & Culture + Vlogger/Podcast”. Then you enter your email et voilà! They won’t send you any junk mail afterwards, so don’t worry. Voting ends on Monday at 10am GMT. (That’s TOMORROW!!!)

Over the past year we’ve invested a lot of time and energy into our YouTube channel, where we upload interviews, play fun Eurovision-related games, introduce folks to Eurovision and offer our candid (and often conflicting) opinions on potential Eurovision stars and selected songs and acts.

We’d really appreciate your support. You guys give us LIFE!

Much love to you all,


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good luck wiwibloggs! i’ve been reading this blog since 2011 and it’s amazing how far you’ve come. i hope you guys win! <3


Glad that I checked the website again before going to bed, otherwise I would’ve missed the voting..
Good luck guys!

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As someone who has followed Wiwibloggs under several aliases for a fair few years, both on the blog and on YouTube, I can say it has been a thrilling ride. I may not always agree with all the opinions and the criticisms, but William Lee Adams and the Wiwibloggs team have always been exciting, innovative and very deserving of industry recognition. The Eurovision concept is not just about having fun with music and money; it’s also about building bridges and establishing common ground. Music speaks a universal language, and how the media promotes that music is a very important part… Read more »
Simon McMurdo

Pleased to have voted – your hard work is evident and I check the blog every day. Keep up the awesome work 🙂

Polegend Godgarina

12 points from Italy, hunties!

Karl Fradgley

voted – good luck

(J)ESC Fanatic

You’re welcome, William. 🙂

You, guys, definitely deserve to win all awards! You are just amazing. Wiwibloggs is easily the best Eurovision-devoted site. I always LOVE to watch your reaction videos, which are hilarious and really enjoyable and read your reviews (especially Deban’s, which usually have sophisticated and kind of artistic content).

You just make all this annual Eurovision experience even better. Congratulations and thank you very much for everything. 🙂


Done, and good luck!

Thanks for all your help with my procrastination over the year. 🙂


Good luck Wiwi!!
You really have cheered me with your bubbly attitudes and funny(while serious) videos!!

I hope you win the award, because you all deserve it!!


Turkish fandom has voted already ^^
You guys give us life as well!


No problem William :). You know, I’ve been following Wiwibloggs for ~3 years, and I’ve just seen your and Deban’s personality EXPLODE! Always get excited when there’s a new reaction video, just know it’ll be a barrel of laughs! Like Zack says, so proffesional, while fun at the same time! You all put so much effort into it, you drserve to be rewarded. <3


Deserves to win everything!!!!!!!!! Like, c’mon, #LetsDoThis

(J)ESC Fanatic

Of course I voted for you, honeeeeeey! 😀


Always a pleasure to read, and anyone who can get my b/f to want to watch something Eurovision-related is gold for me! (he loves your and Deban’s national final selection reaction videos). Not only that, William, Deban, and the rest of the WiwiBloggers are one of the most professional groups of people I have encountered at the Press Center in the few times that I’ve gone. Warm, engaging, supportive, and approachable. They are everything all the other press members should strive to be! Good luck!


What realness are you serving?





Let’s do thiss!