Eurovision 2017 has come and gone. That means we finally have time for another round of Eurovision charades. On Friday we stumbled upon some old footage, filmed immediately after Eurovision 2016, that we never published. So we’re doing it now.

In this episode — our fourteenth — William and Deban gathered in London where they took turns shutting their mouths and shaking their tails as they attempted to enact Eurovision songs from the past. Below you can watch them mime, gesticulate and get really frustrated. How many acts can you correctly identify?

Don’t scroll down to the comments before watching the video — it’ll spoil the surprise! After Episode 14 we’re posting some other recent editions, which we previously published on YouTube but didn’t share on the web site. Things got busy with national finals season!

EUROVISION CHARADES: EPISODE 14

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Kristian take care
Kristian take care
3 years ago

This 14 episode is new?
Why do we see Swedish stage, why is nothing from 2017?
So little, and so long time for one song (Miracle)?
Charades are something for the summer, to fill our free time endlessly.
Why so little and so….2016?

Sophia Stedman
Sophia Stedman
3 years ago

It was fined last year. Also, Deban has no idea what Miracle is about.

Pedro
Pedro
3 years ago

Come on Deban! The Jamala one was easy xD I also did not guess the Miracle one haha That was very funny, good job guys :b

Leaf
Leaf
3 years ago

Deban is LIFE

sunday
sunday
3 years ago

I’m sorry William, but you are not as good as Kristin when she depicted Eva Rivas Armenia 2010 only showing that is somebody with long hair. Sometimes is enough just to show the dance or physical appearance.
When depicting Jamala, you could show her move like she was holding a baby.
I don’t think is effective to ***translate*** words from lyrics.

Sarah
Sarah
3 years ago
Reply to  sunday

holding a baby? that’s a horrible idea. then people would just think of love songs as the phrase “baby” is often used. or they would think of axel hirsoux with “mother”. also, translating lyrics IS effective. i got this within like 25 seconds. you sound very judgey….you should instead be grateful people take the time to film videos for you to watch. UGH!!

Kris
Kris
3 years ago

I can’t see my comment ….why so??

AngieP
AngieP
3 years ago

Another amazing “charades”!
I loved the 5 min of this video dedicated to Deban trying to guess “Miracle”!
That was hard!
I also couldn’t guess it!!

Kris
Kris
3 years ago

All you did was ‘You *beep* head’…..clearly not giving us a clue…..you should have done girl who can’t sing…..that would have been easy to guess then!!

Sarah
Sarah
3 years ago
Reply to  Kris

“clearly not giving us a clue” — i just read the youtube comments and lots of people guessed it correctly. by the way — there are many “girls who can’t sing”. how would you represent miracle if not by the lyrics????

Kris
Kris
3 years ago
Reply to  Sarah

And how do you prove any of them reached the answer before it was given away……obviously some people would have…….I didn’t get it and I have guessed all of them except that one……that x-rated action wasn’t helping!!

In 2016 samra was the only one who couldn’t sing if her life depended on it.

disposable-meter
disposable-meter
3 years ago
Reply to  Kris

Perhaps you can enlighten us what kind of sound did she produced with her mouth then?

Azaad
Azaad
3 years ago

Deban clearly required a “Miracle” to have guessed it!