It’s been one month since the stars shined and the confetti fell during the grand final of Eurovision 2018. The team at wiwibloggs can’t get Netta Barizlai’s “Toy” out of our heads and our body is still feeling Eleni Foureira’s “Fuego”. Unless we jump to Cesar Sampson’s “Nobody But You”, Michael Schulte’s “You Let Me Walk Alone”, or Moro & Meta’s “Non Mi Avete Fatto Niente”. But our playlists don’t stop with the Top 5. We’re still loving Aisel’s “X My Heart”, Jessica Mauboy’s “We Got Love” and Saara Aalto’s “Monsters” to name just a few.
That we would compulsively listen to songs that failed to crack the Top 10 (or even make the final) isn’t surprising. Eurovision acts frequently fall flat on the big night because of bad staging or dodgy vocals, while digitally re-mastered versions of those same songs go on to prove timeless. Remember Britain’s Gina G. from the 1996 contest? Her dance number “Ooo Ah….Just A Little Bit” only placed 8th, but it’s now a staple on dance floors from San Francisco to Sydney.
Now it’s time for you to let us know which songs you are still listening to. So load your iTunes and pull up your Spotify to see which tracks you’ve played the most, and then vote in our poll. You can vote for as many songs as you’d like, but you can only vote one time: be sure to click the box next to each song before pressing submit. In order to discourage fans from manipulating the results, you will not be able to see the full results after voting. Sorry ’bout it. The poll will close on June 30.
Rather than stressing out over the results, why not review our past winners? Belgium’s Blanche won last year with “City Lights”, while Poland’s Michal Szpak won with “Color of Your Life” in 2016, Sweden’s Måns Zelmerlöw won with “Heroes” in 2015, Israel’s Mei Finegold won with “Same Heart” in 2014, Romania’s Cezar won with “It’s My Life” in 2013, Ireland’s Jedward won with “Waterline” in 2012, Sweden’s Eric Saade won with “Popular” in 2011, and Turkey’s maNga won with “We Could Be the Same” in 2010.
ALEKSEEV SBEREGU BELARUS
So where are the results? Still don’t see any!
Belarus Alekseev- forever
Alekseev FOREVER Belarus!
ALEKSEEV BELARUS. Alexander Rybak
Belarus Alekseev FOREVER!!!!
Belarus is the best
ALEKSEEV BELARUS. SENNEK
ALEKSEEV BELARUS. SENNEK
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North Macedonia, Azerbaijan, Lithuania, Ireland, Bulgaria, Portugal and Australia are the ones I still listen to regularly, though once in a while I listen to most of the others too. It was a good year ?
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Cyprus, Finland, Macedonia, Greece and of course Netta aka Queen of Eurovision 2018
It’s almost like my playlist is stacked with ESC 2018 songs, more than previous years.
Ukraine is the best!
Listening to Fuego all day long, don’t even have time for other songs?
Israel, Ireland, Italy, Ukraine, Czech Republic and Sweden 🙂
Crazy and A Matter Of Time
Melovin Under The Ladder and Sennek A Matter Of Time
Portugal and Belarus
Eugent Bushpepa’s Mall became my fav since the semi final,and here I am listening to it almost everyday…it kindda motivates me and changes my mood in a good way!
ALEXEEV BELARUS FOREVER NAVSEGDA
toy obviously #netta
I’m still listening to Gina G!!!
Fuego. And also Eva..
This comment section shows one thing: Eurovision is all about getting to know great songs, choosing your favourites and ENJOYING listening to them! Regardless of televote or juryvote!
Austria, Albania and Denmark. I’m still in love with all three of them!
Lo Malo, In My Cabana and Fuego.
Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, and for some strange reason: San Marino.
France, ukraine, Spain, Sweden, FYROM
Everything! I cant stop listening to eurovision songs from all the years. All day long!
Mainly Israel and Cyprus, but also the UK for some reason.
why isn’t there an option “not a single one of them”?
Absolutely agree!! You’ve made my thoughts come into words!!
I listen mainly to Italy, Portugal, Macedonia, Belgium, France and Bulgaria.
AWS are the only artists I have continued to listen to in terms of their back catalogue. I have always liked that sort of music and I like the fact that because I heard them at Eurovision I have branched out into non-English metal bands. What really sealed the deal was all of the interviews I watched with them. They are lovely guys and came across so well compared to other artists. They were clearly focused on having fun and enjoying themselves, being true to who they are, and their interviews showed this. I also loved how you can tell… Read more »
Italy, as its on my Spotify Italian Pop playlist. Lithuania, because I’m in love with Ieva.
Austria, Belgium and France as songs and official videos.
Love to watch live performance from Cyprus.
And thats about it
I love this kind of articles!
One month later I still listen to Cyprus, France, Ukraine, Poland and Czech Republic.
always: Albania, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Belarus; Italy; Australia, Finland
sometimes: Switzerland, Belgium, Macedonia