It’s the end of December and we already have three songs chosen for the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 next May. And while we’re sure to see tweaks and revamps — Albania is in the frame after all! — let’s pause and assess where we’re at. Which Eurovision 2024 song is your favourite so far?

You can vote in our poll below. If you need a reminder of the songs, just scroll down. 

Which Eurovision 2024 song is your favourite so far?

Eurovision 2024 songs chosen by 22 December

🇦🇱 Albania: Besa Kokëdhima – “Zemrën n’dorë”

The grand final of Festivali i Këngës 62 took place on December 22. Besa Kokëdhima didn’t win the festival — the jury chose Mal Retkoceri instead. But she topped the televote for the ticket to Eurovision with her ballad “Zemrën n’dorë”.

Ahead of the final, she told our reporter Erdi that she poured all of her heart into the song — despite initially not wanting to send a ballad. 

🇨🇿 Czechia: Aiko with “Pedestal”

Bright-based artist Aiko topped the week-long vote of ESCZ 2024 with her song “Pedestal,” an anthem of empowerment and self-love. Speaking to our reporter Youyou after the show, she said she wrote the song when she was angry — and when stuck in a relationship with someone who wasn’t reciprocating her love.

According to the Czech delegation it “emphasizes the determination to prioritize independence. It highlights the importance of putting oneself first in the face of adversity and any toxic relationships.” Get it, girl!

🇫🇷 France: Slimane with “Mon amour”

When it comes to song reveal, France was the first country out of the gate. In November it revealed its song and artist on the same day. And what a reveal it was! Slimane is among his country’s top pop stars, having sold out massive arenas and racked up billions of streams.

On the day of the reveal he told me that love dictates all he does — and provided the material for his entry “Mon amour.”

“Yes, it’s true. Love is my biggest source of inspiration in music. It drives my life and all my choices. It’s love — love for my daughter, love for my family, love for my friends, love for music. It’s universal love and since I started writing songs, I think I needed to input all this love into my songs.”

So who did you vote for? And who needs a revamp? Let us know down below…

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esc kaos
esc kaos
3 months ago

Albanian entry its a good song.

Yeshoney
Yeshoney
3 months ago

Don’t like any of these.

Anhel
Anhel
3 months ago

Albania is headed for my last place for the 3rd year in a row, impressive.

Gil
Gil
3 months ago

The winner of eurovision 2024 will definately
Be Eden Golan, remember where you heard it first…this girl can singgggggg…
https://youtu.be/RaL2_JIXraY?si=3MrhED9mdDAfnRgQ

Thallo
Thallo
3 months ago
Reply to  Gil

Israel won’t win this year, or for another decade, or even longer.

Claude
Claude
3 months ago

France’s song is incredible! I don’t usually like the ballads sent by France or Italy, but his vocals and the staging of the live performance are incredible. Everything about Mon Amour simply screams “winner”! Haven’t listened to Albania yet, and whilst Czechia’s entry is a little messy, I like how unpredictable the structure is and have caught myself singing it often. I love Aiko’s presence too. Can’t wait for next year!

Devito
Devito
3 months ago

That would be France by miles, despite it being quite an unoriginal song. The other two songs are just… poor choices, sadly. Neither do sound like winners to me.

lasse braun
lasse braun
3 months ago

a poll for only 3 songs?
…ok,then i go here with the underdog and that is czechia (voted for).
the other 2 options can not match my musictaste.

Sanne
Sanne
3 months ago

France by now is a whole league above the others. Albania is once again sending a beautiful woman with a ballad, and Czech’s song is okay but Slimane is by far the best

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Sanne

beautiful woman? umm no, more like a kardashian wannabe

Kim Petras
Kim Petras
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

and what was the point in this? Albanians naturally look like that, the Kardashians tan and spend money to look like that. Its a difference

Erik
Erik
3 months ago
Reply to  Kim Petras

Lol. Albanians look like Barbie dolls by default. Why was it not true 50 years ago I wonder? Did their DNA suddenly change?

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago

We’re only a week away from entering 2024 and already we’ve got three songs at the start for Eurovision 2024! So, what’s my current ranking and why I ranked them like this? Here is my top three as of now: France Czechia Albania Albania–The reason Zemren n’dore is my last placer for now is because I find the song to be utterly forgettable. I found FIK 62 to be an overall underwhelming edition because most of the competing songs just went in one ear and out the next and nothing stuck in my mind after listening to them, even the… Read more »

Maria
Maria
3 months ago

I don’t like female power ballads/songs (a matter of taste) Slimaine is a good singer with a disappointing song. So no winner for me among these songs

vetrina
vetrina
3 months ago

There is no “None of the above” option?

Eurovisionary
Eurovisionary
3 months ago

France is fire ? theother two, nah. Weakest link goodbye

Nils
Nils
3 months ago

So far, none of the songs ist extraordinarily good, but all of them are alright, up to standard and so far the bunch is quite diverse andere interesting. I feel like 2024 will be the best ESC since 2021 in terms of music.

Th16
3 months ago

Soo I’m kinda optimistic about this year. Probably it’s because I’ve started following the new edition from very early on. But I think all of the songs got potential. France is by far my favourite. Although the song’s lyrics are basic, this basic speaks to me. It makes me emotional and I really get the feeling of longing for your loved one. His voice is absolutely phenomenal and I saw they are on the right path , regarding the staging. I can honestly see that winning juries and a very respectable top 7-8 in televote. I don’t see that winning… Read more »

Stephan Paschalides
Stephan Paschalides
3 months ago

What a depressing start to this contest. These songs are so basic and (besides France) a train wreck in terms of musical and technical standards. It’s amazing to think countries spend so much money for internal competitions and this is the quality of the result. The issue is as always that the people in charge are not MUSICIANS or ARTISTS, but some bureaucrats at a public TV station.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago

France 9/12
Czechia 3,5/12
Albania 2/12

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago

It´s a clear decision for me: France !

Héctor
Héctor
3 months ago

Unpopular, but Aiko from the Czech Republic.

Albania just brings more of the same.

France is good, quality material, but as a song I prefer Pedestal.

Tom
Tom
3 months ago
Reply to  Héctor

I actually think Aiko is the best as well, they have 5 months to work it out and I am sure they will.

Bucket
Bucket
3 months ago

All three of them are okay, but nothing special

Klax
Klax
3 months ago

None has caught my attention yet…

Kobe
Kobe
3 months ago

I’m sorry to say, but i don’t like any song so far.

Klax
Klax
3 months ago
Reply to  Kobe

They should’ve added the “none” option

Ifty
Ifty
3 months ago

My favorite is watching to see how long will you take to either acknowledge the Israeli selection or actually make a stance on your position on it so we know where we stand as your fan base on the issue.

But that’s just me.

Ellen
Ellen
3 months ago
Reply to  Ifty

Don’t you have something else more important than posting passive-aggressive comments about Israel on here ? Most of us do not care about those conflicts

Ifty
Ifty
3 months ago
Reply to  Ellen

No. They haven’t reported anything from the Israeli selection for over a month since it actually started, while other eurovision websites openly declared that they are boycotting it.

If Wiwibloggs is doing the same then it’s the fans right to know and make their decisions on consuming this content accordingly. As an Israeli fan I have the right to know if the site from which I choose to consume my eurovision content is boycotting my country’s selection or not.

Yuarith
Yuarith
3 months ago

Guys, I’m sure it’s already quite some time past midnight wherever you live, but I wanna wish y’all a merry xmas!
I love you all and hope you have a good time with your people on such a special occasion for everyone! 🙂

Th16
3 months ago
Reply to  Yuarith

Merry Christmas to you too!??

Bejba
Bejba
3 months ago

“Songs”

Nils
Nils
3 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

Coming from a troll named after a ‘singing’ arse. How fitting.

Bejba
Bejba
3 months ago
Reply to  Nils

Why So Hateful?

Itchymonkey
Itchymonkey
3 months ago

The first poll of the new season.
None of these will trouble the winners circle but I am excited for Raiven and Slovenia it looks a mysterious build up and her opera talents make her the best technical singer.
Also Joost for Netherlands. He’s the kaarija this year

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Joost is more like the Rambo Amadeus or Slavko of this year, – sure last placer NQ

poe-tay-toe-chips
poe-tay-toe-chips
3 months ago

I chose France. I enjoy his voice, although the song does feel a bit generic to me and I’m not sure France is going to break the top 10 with this (yes, i know we have many more to hear yet, but that’s still the way I feel). Albania picked about what I expect out of Albania. It’s…alright I guess. I’m not wowed. At this point i’m just dying for Albania to finally send a guy in again. Czechia…as far as that song’s genre goes, it’s bland. And that’s a genre I’m normally more likely to listen to outside of… Read more »

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
3 months ago

France carries 2024 so far.

Matt
Matt
3 months ago

France is the best of the bunch but I still don’t see it as a winner (so far). I am hoping that the upcoming national and internal selections ramp up the quality of the songs. I have faith that the best is yet to come and that Albania and Czechia will undergo a (much needed) revamp in order to qualify

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago
Reply to  Matt

At this rate, who knows? We could very well see ourselves in France twice next year!

Grft
Grft
3 months ago

Well i wonder how, given that Spain is organizing JESC24

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago
Reply to  Grft

Spain’s organising JESC 2024? Since when?

Grft
Grft
3 months ago

You’ll see 🙂

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago
Reply to  Grft

I’m sure it will be good then ??

Yuarith
Yuarith
3 months ago

I don’t think we have the winner yet, but France is my favorite here and I don’t get Czechia and Albania :/

Miss Uncongeniality
Miss Uncongeniality
3 months ago

None… hope better songs from other countries.

Dida
Dida
3 months ago

None, all of them are weak. No winner song yet

Amigo
Amigo
3 months ago

1. France
2. Albania
3. Czechia

1. Love France!

2. Love Albania. And I see the potential and believe in the revamp. I have a feeling Albania will sing in English this year. Every time I listen the Albanian song, I already hear the English chorus (you can fill in the gaps on you own)

I can be..
I can be…
I can be everything…

Do you hear it too?

3. Don’t get Czechia, unfortunately. No matter how many times I listen to this song, it just does not reach me. I sometimes even skip it.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

Lol the vice of some comments here! Coming from always the same predictable persons as every year weirdly….
So Slimane annoys you, Slimane screams, Slimane is unimpressive, Slimane leaves you indifferent, ok guys, noted, what else?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago

last place in the final will end his career hopefully, and hopefully a withdrawal for good from France, since they also add nothing else but their stupid native language music

Grft
Grft
3 months ago

But why are you so attached to defend France every year?? You did the same with La Zarra last year … are you their HOD?

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Grft

As people so attached to spit on everything that France send every year. And yeah I’m a La Zarra and a Slimane stan without being France HOD, incredible!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago

I for one am a France defender, especially this year. I can see the public AND jury being appealed by the song.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago
Reply to  Grft

La Zarra’s song wasn’t THAT bad and she still gave them a decent result compared to the likes of Twin Twin! Sheesh!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago

I dont think he screams! I LOVE his song AND voice. He reminds me so much of Sam Ryder and I hope he will give France a Sam Ryder-esque result! In fact, even more, now I want France to win!

M B
M B
3 months ago

Shame that Besa, from her social media history, appears to be a far-right nutcase who repeatedly likes and shares neofascist crap from Trump and Musk.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  M B

hope our precious wallonian king Mustii will stay very very far away from her, we need to protect him from that nasty evil scum

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Plot twist: They’ll become the best of friends and Besa having her father like that doesnt mean she will become like him.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago
Reply to  M B

I dont think politics should come into this but i do think the FiK NF was full of corruption.

M B
M B
3 months ago

Tolerating intolerance empowers it. Politics comes into everything like it or not. As for the FiK jury, I neither know nor care.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago

wish Albania would last minute withdraw so we don’t have to see that horror clown in May

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago

Czechia so far the best out of these 3, at least that one is in english

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
3 months ago

France is a personal top five candidate while Czechia looks like it could be in my bottom five when it is all said and done. Albania looks midtable-y as usual.

Alex
Alex
3 months ago

Albania #1

Ari
Ari
3 months ago

Nobody yet, really. Indifferent by all. But Czechia and Albania don’t annoy me, so I suppose them. Besa once would have been an excellent choice with a great song, but it often happens in Eurovision that an artist wins with a worse song. And on another note, she looks like an entirely different person now. I never would have recognized her.

Lunairetic707
Lunairetic707
3 months ago

Honestly? Ilike all of them! I’m starting to believe this year will be a strong one! And we know Sweden is one of the best countries organizing it, so 2024 sounds promising for Eurovision! Slimane is flawless, and his song straight to the heart. Aiko has a banger in the studio cut, and all she needs to do is work on her live performance, something she can perfectly do until May. And Besa has an Albanian throat, which means she’s amazing live, and her song is classic Albanian with some rap that she has defended amazingly live. Very happy. The… Read more »

Karl
Karl
3 months ago

Albania first. Then France. Both are very good.
I’m sorry but Czechia’s song is abysmal.

Zanoni
Zanoni
3 months ago

I love the studio track of Pedestal and I hope Aiko can come up with a performance suitable for Eurovision.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago

France BY FAR. Silimane is an amazing singer and the song is great. I will be very suprised if France doesn’t come in the top 10, at least with the juries this year! I have a feeling he’ll continue to be at the top of people’s lists. Don’t know why people are saying France can’t do it. I think this might be their year. Czechia is my second simply because there’s a LOT of potential for Eurovision. Aiko can only get better with her performance and it can do better than what people say with a revamp. However, I expect… Read more »

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago

Sillimane’s song also gives me goosebumps but i’m confused why people are saying he is ‘screaming’.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

“people” = 3 biased wiwi readers

Grft
Grft
3 months ago

France should (and will) be top10.
But them winning with that song? Never lol

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago
Reply to  Grft

Why never? It could happen if the quality is low this year or the public aren’t finding a suitable hook or memorable moment in the other songs. If they’re all like Albania and Czechia, he’s got a chance but idk about that…

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

Slimane can do it only if the quality is low…. it’s really not a compliment man.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago

Loreen won it with not the best song last year. And you dont have to win EITHER the televote OR jury to win as we’ve seen. Never say never.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
3 months ago

I’m sorry, but France isn’t doing anything. He’s just standing there like a tree singing a simple song with most basic lyrics ever. The song is just super bland.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Do the same after we talk.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Simple song, bland, basic lyrics, exactly what the biased readers here said about Tattoo, Voilà, Slomo, among others isn’t it…
All the songs in the esc 2023 top 5 were all philosophical reflections? Slimane song tells a story, it takes you on a journey but you’re not able to get it, no rather you don’t want to get it that’s not the same.

Nikki
Nikki
3 months ago

1- France. I really like this type of song, and Slimane is a good performer. I can see staying around my Top 5 for the whole season, Italy, Norway and Finland willing. 2- Albania. It’s a good song and I really like it. As I said before, revamps can be wildcards, but I do like this version of the song and if it stays fairly in the same way, I can see it making it to my Top 10. 3- Czechia. it looks like a good song, but it needs some serious work on it. Also, I watched the show… Read more »

Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina
3 months ago

Albania!!

NickC
NickC
3 months ago

I like all 3 of them! What a wonderful start to the season!

Louka
Louka
3 months ago

Is it like the first time we already know 3 songs before the end of the year ? This year’s season has started big with several countries calling top-notch artists to get on board for the Eurovision challenge, and highly promising line-ups of iconic national selections. Even the JESC season was really pleasant to follow, and France selecting Slimane and his song “Mon Amour” early November, which is now a hit in the country, was a huge moment for French Eurofans. So far, I like Albania’s song too. Now let’s dive into the 2024 music celebration, which I hope will… Read more »

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Louka

2024 music celebration, if only there’ll be many english songs, then we have much to celebrate

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago
Reply to  Louka

No, this is the second time we had three songs for Eurovision before the year ended. The first time was actually two years ago when we had three songs revealed/selected Before 2021 turned into 2022.

Jo.
Jo.
3 months ago

Unimpressive start, but only 3 songs can’t tell much

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Jo.

we already also know Netherlands is sending a dud because of dutch language

Slovenia whom have a fan favourite confirmed with operatic superstar Raiven, Greece with their own rosalia in Marina Satti

Jo.
Jo.
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Yeah I have high expectations for this year, but let’s wait for the songs before making any judgment

Polegend Godnova
3 months ago

i really like albania’s song, the other two leave me indifferent

Raphael
Raphael
3 months ago

Personally I think Mon Amour is much better than the other two songs.
1 France (9.5/10)
2 Albania (7/10)
3 Czechia (4/10)