Photo: Andres Poveda

In our last poll four more countries — Malta, Norway, Ukraine and Spain — joined the Eurovision 2024 mix, bringing songs that span dance, folk-metal and solemn prayer pop. But none of them managed to knock Ireland’s Bambie Thug from the top spot. 

Once again “Doomsday Blue” is our readers’ favourite Eurovision 2024 song so far.

Bambie Thug — the enchanting non-binary artist flying the Irish flag — earned 1,413 votes — or more than 21% of all those cast. Their unique form of “ouija pop” has proven polarising. But as we always say, it doesn’t matter who dislikes you at Eurovision — what matters is who loves you and will pick up the phone to vote.

We see this divisiveness in our comments section of the original voting post.

MaxESC wrote:

Bambie Thug’s performance live on a real stage will mesmerise fans and people will want to vote the entry above other entries. There will be those who don’t like it and that is fine as you can’t downvote and if anything that will just encourage fans of Bambie to vote more. Bambie already has proved somewhat polarising in Ireland but they have managed to win more and more fans with their infectious positivity and charisma.

It’s crap. And the vibe they are going for was done 100 times better by Finland last year. In an ordinary year I would doubt it reaching the final but as their are fewer entries this year and the standard has taken a nosedive, it’ll scrape in.

Well this much is clear: Bambie Thug has Europe talking!

The next three places in our poll are occupied by new arrivals: Norway’s Gåte debut at #2, while Ukraine’s power duo Jerry Heil & alyona alyona come in at #3. Spain’s Nebulossa — who reached #2 on the Spotify Global Viral Top 50 this week — placed fourth in our poll.

Malta’s Sarah Bonnici — the other new entrant this week — placed eighth of the ten acts.

Poll results: “Doomsday Blue” is our readers’ favourite Eurovision 2024 song so far (9 February)

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Total Votes: 6,533

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Andrea
Andrea
12 days ago

Doomsday blue is actually a cool song and it’s original. There’s no need to be rude to them in the comments. Doomsday may not be a winning song but it’s a step forward for Ireland. Moving away from radio pop songs that never succeed. Eurovision isn’t as formal as it used to be and its just how it is and maybe even for the better!

Zhenia
Zhenia
17 days ago

My opinions on these entries. Hope I won’t get downvoted into oblivion. 1. Ireland. My favourite so far. Reminds me of the mixtures of pop and nu-metal that were popular in 2010s: Poppy, Babymetal, etc. The repetition of “blue” really sells the energy in my opinion and Bambie’s vocals are great. Wish them luck! 2. Norway. A great ethnic entry with very pleasant instrumentation. The vocals sound very mysterious: like a siren luring a sailor to the shore. I suppose I may like it even more when the translation of the lyrics would be available. 3. Zorra. A fun and… Read more »

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
14 days ago
Reply to  Zhenia

You get an upvote from me with thanks for your nice comments!!

Jesse O'Rourke
Jesse O'Rourke
18 days ago

what a mess she is ….

Marcus
Marcus
18 days ago

Eurovision Halloween Contest?

Jack
18 days ago

I don’t get it, live vocals are extremely poor, the song is all over the place, the lyrics are mediocre at best and the performance/staging isn’t coming off kooky or different, it just reads as really bad all roundm sorry Ireland. Will be seriously shocked if this qualifies

Europotato
Europotato
18 days ago
Reply to  Jack

What would you put as your top?

Jack
18 days ago
Reply to  Europotato

At the moment I would say Pedestal is my favourite

Stian F
Stian F
18 days ago
Reply to  Jack

You cant complain about poor vocals for Bambie Thug and then put Czechia on your top in your next breath! Equally both horrible vocal performances so far.

Man
Man
18 days ago
Reply to  Jack

It’s the worst song ever, whit Ukraine. 0/10

Jose Dubois
Jose Dubois
18 days ago
Reply to  Jack

Clearly you haven’t listened to the lyrics u don’t know what your talking about

Vjera Brdar
Vjera Brdar
18 days ago

This… IS DRADFUL. ?

Emilie
Emilie
18 days ago

Leftwing crap. Ireland last place.

Vladimir P.
Vladimir P.
18 days ago
Reply to  Emilie

How is it leftwing?

Marcin
Marcin
18 days ago

No chance. Guaranteed last place in semi.

Efraim
Efraim
18 days ago

I have some catching up to do, but out of the five I have actually listened to, my current top is as follows:
1) Luxembourg
2) France
3) Spain
4) Czechia
5) Ireland

Efraim
Efraim
18 days ago
Reply to  Efraim

Update:
1) Luxembourg
2) France
3) Norway
4) Spain
5) Czechia
6) Ireland

Alex
Alex
18 days ago

lets vote for bambie thug. who’s with me . Lets give bambie points as many as possible

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
18 days ago

Of all the confirmed entries, it’s the most out of the box. So this isn’t a surprise.

David Fallon
David Fallon
18 days ago

ireland to qualify and finish top 10. Maybe Top 5 or even win. Who knows ! 🙂

Rhys
Rhys
18 days ago

Ukraine and Ireland are the only two I like so far

anna
anna
18 days ago

Ireland is rather picking crap “safe” songs or puppet turkey sh*t shows like the one this year. Neither are good choices. I mean good luck with this screaming attention wh0re but it’s not a great entry.

Lauren MIA
Lauren MIA
18 days ago
Reply to  anna

It’s ok if you don’t like the song, but insults are uncalled for. Learn to vent your anger in productive way.

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  anna

Attention wh0res… in this contest? I’ve never heard of such a thing, are you sure?

Andrea
Andrea
12 days ago
Reply to  anna

That is so rude to call someone names its ok to dislike songs but it’s never ok to write insults. Grow up and move on

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
18 days ago
  1. Norway (by far)
  2. Luxembourg (by far 2nd)
  3. Ukraine (grower but since I listened to the studio version, the performance was really weak for me)

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MIDDLE INDIFFERENT >> Spain (guilty pleasure but again, oh Lord for the performance), Malta, Slovenia, France

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HEARD THEM ONCE >> Czechia (so sorry about that!), Albania (where are Rona Nishliu and Suus, missing good old Albanian entries)

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Ireland (that’s a joke, I am so sorry Eire)

Europotato
Europotato
18 days ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

Luxembourg being your to speaks volumes on your music taste.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
18 days ago

My ranking list so far

Slovenia 10/12
France 9/12
Norway 8,5/12
Ireland 7,5/12
Luxembourg 6,5/12
Ukraine 6/12
Spain 5/12
Czechia 4/12
Malta 3,5/12
Albania 3/12

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
18 days ago
Reply to  Antananarivo

No, Albania 2/12

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
18 days ago
Reply to  Antananarivo

Tonight I hope for Sara (Finland), Dons (Latvia) and Angelina (Italy)

Paul
Paul
18 days ago

The reality is,entry’s like this are the result of 100% televoting returning all be it the semi final,and we can expect more of the same in years to come reducing eurovision once more to a joke.
Ireland unable to come up with a good song to qualify.can attempt to tap into a left wing agenda with this entry helped along of course by the semi final televoting the music aspect is irrelevant or how bad this is.it sells an agenda,end of.

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Paul

Just because Bambie is non-binary means you hate them. That’s all it comes down to really. If they were rabid conservatives like you, you would love the song. Sad.

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Please keep it up, though… every comment you make gets Bambie more votes!

Ari
Ari
18 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Anouk recently made this comment: ‘Cutting off your ‘pipi’ doesn’t make you a woman’. I’m curious what you think about it. Does this make you dislike Anouk’s work or just the person?

Ari
Ari
18 days ago
Reply to  Ari

I should add: she posted a pic of her bloody period mess with the comment, writing that this is what makes her a women.

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Ari

A trans man could do the same, but disagree.

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Ari

She is right. Cutting off a pipi does NOT make anyone a woman. Transgender ladies were always women, even before that, or even if they never do it. Nobody ever chooses their gender, it’s how they were born.

That said, I am disappointed in her lack of empathy and understanding. I will remain a fan of her work, and hope that one day she wises up.

Ari
Ari
18 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I am also for separating artist and work, except when the artist is a criminal.

paul
paul
18 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

The voices that you hear in your head apparently telling you this is good,must be the same voices that tell you I am a rabid conservative.
your intelligence is so low that for someone to dislike this rubbish,you must make an accusation against someone you dont even know.
I dont hate non binary because I dont regognise it,this is a woman behaving like a demented demon,nothing less nothing more

Andrew
Andrew
18 days ago
Reply to  Paul

What ‘agenda’? Being visible?

Ferrari Fish
Ferrari Fish
18 days ago

I have only heard Luxembourg, I couldnt resist to follow that NF. But it seems like a weak year, but in the end, it will probably be strong and legendary.

My biggest hopes for the win is Australia, Switzerland and San Marino.

Paul
Paul
18 days ago
Reply to  Ferrari Fish

The luxembuorg contest was very entertaining,despite the competing songs not being overly impressive

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
18 days ago

William makes a good point here. Sometimes the most polarising songs do really well at Eurovision, simply because public points only count towards songs that people like, not dislike. So a song can be widely disliked, but in terms of points this counts for nothing at Eurovision. If just as many people vote for the song, it can still do well. N.B. This was especially the trend in the mid 2000s, when juries were kicked out for a while in favour of a televoting-only approach. We don’t have the same rules now, but I suppose mathematically there are more public… Read more »

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Occasionally, if the stars align, a segment of voters can vote AGAINST a song by opting for their biggest rival instead.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
17 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

That would be too dishonest for me to do, personally.

Chupacabra
Chupacabra
18 days ago

What have we learned the last years? Wiwi-polls don’t have anything to do with ESC-live shows and voting. So cool down 😉 Out of the current 10 entries,
IRELAND is my favourite. Baby Thug will deliver, they already has proved.
Still having CZECHIA’s entry in my ears. Would rank it higher, but the live performance was really bad. Hope, she’ ll improve. My Nr 2 is UKRAINE followed by Slovenia, France and Spain. Spain, as it is catching the audiance though a thin voice.

Dickie
Dickie
18 days ago

Chechia’s song is massively underrated here, it’s great. Plus Ireland, Norway and Spain. My top songs so far.

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
18 days ago
Reply to  Dickie

The Czech song is not bad but her performance in the final? Definitely huuuge room for improvement.

Karl
Karl
18 days ago

Ireland’s not even qualifying. The song is atrocious. I can’t believe the Irish fans are acting as delusional as other national fandoms (you know who I’m talking about)

MaxESC
MaxESC
18 days ago
Reply to  Karl

Irish fans are definitely not delusional. You are delusional if you think Irish fans are delusional! Irish fans have not got behind an act like this in a long time because they are not delusional about where Ireland is a Eurovision competitor. Irish fans have been heavily critical annually of the RTE process and of‘safe’ songs being picked. Bambie Thug is going to qualify thanks to views like this. We all know Bambie Thug is a decisive entry and that will work in their favour. Bambie will have a lot of backers for the semi- those who are supporting them… Read more »

Paul
Paul
18 days ago
Reply to  MaxESC

Ireland have not merely been picking safe songs,the songs simply have been crap,I could argue its not a song contest if this halloween act is what it takes to do well,but then what about Salvador and Duncan and countless other “safe” songs that have done well.This entry is ridiculous.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
18 days ago
Reply to  Karl

Ireland is easily qualifying, if Let3 were easy qualifiers last year then so is Bambie this year

Stan cooper
Stan cooper
18 days ago
Reply to  Karl

The song has already entered Spotify Viral Top 50’s in Ukraine, Lithuania, Norway, Finland and Ireland. It’s fine if you don’t like the song but a lot of people (including myself) really like it. Maybe it will grow on you. Obviously it depends on how the competition is but I really see Ireland qualifying this year.

Jo.
Jo.
18 days ago
Reply to  Karl

there are only 15 songs in that semi, she can totally make it through

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
18 days ago
Reply to  Karl

Delusional is the word. Ireland’s entry makes Let3’s Sc song sound a masterpiece. I am so sorry Ireland. We want good old Ireland back!

Dimitri
Dimitri
19 days ago

She’s the favorite for a NQ. It’s awful.

MaxESC
MaxESC
18 days ago
Reply to  Dimitri

It may have been an Error on your part but Bambie’s pronouns are they/them. If you don’t respect the entry, please at least respect the artist.

Truth
Truth
18 days ago
Reply to  MaxESC

No one is obligated to use these pronouns in any way.

oscar
oscar
18 days ago
Reply to  Truth

i’m afraid that if you are unwilling to respect the LGBT community, you have involved yourself with the wrong fanbase. no one is obligated to respect anyone, but you will always look the uglier for it.

Paul
Paul
18 days ago
Reply to  oscar

It’s not disrespectful to merely point out this woman as a she,that’s fact that’s science.she can dress up as jaws and refer to herself as a shark,but it won’t change fact

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Paul

Thanks for explaining your dislike of this act, conservative bigoty… I suspected as much!

MaxESC
MaxESC
18 days ago
Reply to  Paul

Such an original comeback- did you steal that from Piers Morgan?

MaxESC
MaxESC
17 days ago
Reply to  Truth

We are not obligated to say please, thank you, hold a door open etc but most decent humans do it out of courtesy and consideration for others.

Paul
Paul
18 days ago
Reply to  MaxESC

She’s a biological woman,but thanks for giving some insight into its popularity,more left wing lunacy taking over eurovision once again

Paul
Paul
18 days ago
Reply to  MaxESC

An artist? Really????

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Paul

Keep it up, you really just make yourself look ignorant with comments like these. Bambie has stagecraft… in persona, in costume, in choreography, in lyrics… it’s called “theatre”, perhaps you’ve never heard of it.

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
14 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Totally right Jonas!! Bambie is such a great creative artist in their own original style. The genre is Industrial-Gothic style and very well excecuted. Im captivated every second of the act.

Paul
Paul
18 days ago
Reply to  Dimitri

Dimitri anyone of sound mind,or even a small amount of common sense,can tell how bad this is.
This is just using eurovision to promote an agenda

BeeFree
BeeFree
18 days ago
Reply to  Dimitri

They not she – they’re non-binary and.., well.., they’re fabulous too. No shade, just wanted to correct that ??
I get that this song isn’t to everyone’s taste, and obviously we have to account for the fact that the only video in circulation is from a talk show which doesn’t showcase the song to its best advantage, but a lot of people (me included) absolutely ADORE Bambie Thug and Doomsday Blue ? I would love to see it do well and I really think it will ?

david
david
19 days ago

*sigh*
Its fullen flop all over again

paul
paul
19 days ago

from baphomets to witches not to mention the ghoul last year from finland,eurovision really should move to halloween

Zipp
Zipp
18 days ago
Reply to  paul

I appreciate some is seeing it too. Cyprus couple of years ago was singing how her heart goes to the devil: symbolically an opening song of the contest. I won’t be surprised Ireland will open the contest too. They like to start off with some kind of black magic initiation (like the song about Edgar Allan Poe ghost possession last year).

Jo.
Jo.
19 days ago

dare to dream

Emily
Emily
19 days ago

Kind of hurts my ears but I appreciate Ireland taking a risk. As they should. Sadly, assuming it qualifies at all (which I’m not positive it would, given that a lot of people would not connect with something like this), the jury will bury it. Bottom of the board at best, sorry Ireland.

paul
paul
19 days ago
Reply to  Emily

so you admit it hurts your ears,but appreciate Ireland for taking a risk??
so basically anything no matter how rubbish it is can merely be passed off as taking a risk.
No they havent taken a risk what they have done is turn to pure desperation in the hope it will be swallowed hook line and sinker by the lunatics who now inhabit this planet.
The reality is it may even work welcome to 2024 and all its insanity

Emily
Emily
19 days ago
Reply to  paul

When you’re desperate you take risks. Ireland is at this point where they need to, so I can’t blame them. Better than what they’ve been doing the past years, it wasn’t working anyway. But they shouldn’t delude themselves into thinking this entry will be their ticket to success.

paul
paul
19 days ago
Reply to  Emily

I agree its diabolical,but again being desperate and playing into the lunatic fringe in order to gain votes isnt really success in my view.
sad situation when you cant come up with a good song and singer,and scrape the barell with something so bad as this.

Emily
Emily
19 days ago
Reply to  paul

Agreed. I don’t believe these poll results are genuine or are going to reflect in the real voting. Doesn’t mean some people wouldn’t connect and vote for this entry though. There’s always an audience. I just respect taking risks rather than playing it safe regardless of what the risk is specifically.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
19 days ago
Reply to  Emily

I think it could be judging by the polls.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
19 days ago
Reply to  Emily

I thought the opposite honestly

Jofty
Jofty
18 days ago
Reply to  Emily

I think the jury will be all over it

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
19 days ago

Based on what has qualified so far my head says Norway for the impact of the stage performance but my heart says Spain. Nebulossa are just fab u lous.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
19 days ago
Reply to  ANDREW BROWN

I actually think they could do worse than Ireland this year.

Zipp
Zipp
19 days ago

I dont believe that these are the genuine votes. I rather think it is an influence of her funs or her marketing strategy.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
19 days ago
Reply to  Zipp

Well I voted for them!

Europotato
Europotato
18 days ago
Reply to  Zipp

I voted for Bambie. It’s the most interesting song in the line up so far. My vote could change in time with more songs.

Darren
Darren
19 days ago

Our best entry in a long time, sure but to win the overall thing? Nope. I’m predicting 10-15th in final. If we even qualify haha

I just want to qualify. Anything after that would be a bonus

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
19 days ago
Reply to  Darren

That’s still good though?!

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
19 days ago

Ok… good, it’s great to get votes on the wiwi polls, it’s another story to get points in Eurovision…

Ria van de Velde
Ria van de Velde
19 days ago

Bambie Thug’s “Doomsday Blue” is FAR from my favorite. My favorites arre France and Norway

Sok
Sok
19 days ago

Curious how many votes came from Ireland in this vote.

EOB
EOB
19 days ago
Reply to  Sok

The majority of the country doesnt give 2 hoots about Eurovision anymore – so i doubt the votes are all from ireland ??

SEIMÍ
SEIMÍ
18 days ago
Reply to  Sok

You could say the same about any song in this poll, In theory countries with bigger populations should do better if everyone is voting for themselves but this doesn’t seem to be the case.

Jonas
Jonas
19 days ago

Remember in 2018, when Ryan O’Shaughnessy rose up to third in the odds?

I think Ireland gets a bit overexcited when there is even a vague whiff of hope. Still, I hope Bambie’s momentum is real!

Ari
Ari
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I’m still convinced the two dancers and their brilliant choreography got him to the final. That song was dull! His team saved him.

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
19 days ago
Reply to  Ari

You’re wrong. The lyrics of that song were so good. The overall package was perfect. Best song of 2018

Ari
Ari
19 days ago
Reply to  ANDREW BROWN

You’re definitely more wrong than me when you seriously call it the best song of 2018 lol

Jofty
Jofty
18 days ago
Reply to  Ari

No doubt whatsoever

Efthymios
Efthymios
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Honestly, that massive jump in the odds is actually really positive this year. It creates a bit more hype towards the voters, maybe Ireland can qualify again for the first time since 2018.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I think it’s good for Ireland to get excited about Eurovision for once!

Shush
Shush
19 days ago

Norway for me. This is the first time i will ever be rooting for norway in eurovision lmao

Zhenia
Zhenia
17 days ago
Reply to  Shush

Norway sent Nocturne in 1995. I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with your comment, of course, but there’s a lot to root for in this country.

Zisk
Zisk
19 days ago

Surprising. Was about 5th when I voted.

Zipp
Zipp
19 days ago
Reply to  Zisk

Same. It’s her marketing. Probably all votes came in similar time through a marketing campaign. They will continue doing it to boost interest in her.

Fatima
Fatima
19 days ago

Momentum alert

Bejba
Bejba
19 days ago

Best Entry Its Malta And Czech . They Are Soooo Much Beter Then Is The Skretching Norway , Corrupt Ukraine , Sinful Ireland , Nude Slovenie , ManBaby France .

Bejba
Bejba
19 days ago
Reply to  Bejba

In My Ipinon Malta Can Win The Eurowision 2024 With This Preformer She Is Fantastik

Tino
Tino
19 days ago
Reply to  Bejba

Sometimes I wonder if you’re trying to have as much downvotes as possible? :’)

Jofty
Jofty
18 days ago
Reply to  Tino

Funny though

Bejba
Bejba
19 days ago

Its Joke ??? Who Voted For This ? It Must Be A Joke . Its Not Music Its Sinful And Shameful

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
19 days ago
Reply to  Bejba

You did. Move on.

Stan cooper
Stan cooper
18 days ago
Reply to  Bejba

Cry more

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
14 days ago
Reply to  Bejba

I thought some other acts before where sin and shamefull??

Poland 23?? That woman couldnt hit a note but qualified!!

paul
paul
19 days ago

While we all have a valued opinion,and I respect that,life would be boring if we all liked the same thing,however there are occasions when you have to ask the question,does anything pass for entertainment these days? more to the point is where is human intelligence in 2024 that would consider this “good” However perhaps intelligence doesnt come into it,there are other reasons why this so called entertainment of a dark sinister nature seems ever increasingly popular. I call on all wiwi blog posters to downvote me in vast numbers,if being popular and upvoted puts me in the category who like… Read more »

Liv
Liv
19 days ago
Reply to  paul

I agree, we all have a valued opinion. It is indeed what makes eurovision great. However, you wipe out all your first paragraph by revealing that you don’t accept the opinions of those who like other genres than you and consider those people to be of lesser intelligence than your good self because you don’t believe these darker genres to be entertaining. You could have just accepted you didn’t get the draw of it and not voted for it. Instead you attacked others intelligence which is just wrong to do, especially as the only thing in contention is a difference… Read more »

paul
paul
19 days ago
Reply to  Liv

perhaps you can explain what you find so entertaining about it?
what musical genre would this come under?
perhaps you consider it art? like many peoples explanation for loreens hilarious statements flop.
Please share your intelligence and tell me what I am missing

MaxESC
MaxESC
18 days ago
Reply to  paul

You don’t like it and you don’t get it. That is fine- end of. I instantly liked this from first listen and it seems you hated it from first entry and neither of us will understand each other’s reasoning and this is the joy of Eurovision. Music is about personal connection.

Paul
Paul
18 days ago
Reply to  MaxESC

Music may be about personal connection indeed however how this can be described as music is beyond astonishing,she’s literally standing screaming dressed up as something from a horror movie.
Perhaps it has a meaning of a diffrent nature or plays into identity politics and left wing fanatics,but its not music to any person of sound mind.

MaxESC
MaxESC
17 days ago
Reply to  Paul

This is my last response to one of your comments Paul. You are focusing on the screaming’ in the song but Doomsday blues is more than screaming such as the jazzy softer side to it which you may not enjoy but you could never argue that it’s not music. Tone in text may be misinterpreted but your messages come across unfortunately as being ‘your way or no way’. We don’t have to agree but we should be open to a different opinion and not have to resort to insults.There is a lot of music I don’t like but I don’t… Read more »

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
14 days ago
Reply to  paul

This music genre can be best defined as Industrial and Gothic.
Ever heard of Rammstein or Einsturzende Neubauten………………..??
Maybe you should find another stone putting your head under?

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
14 days ago
Reply to  Liv

No, you didnt misinterpret Paul his comment.
I just was about going to write the same.
You expressed very well.

Murphy
Murphy
19 days ago
Reply to  paul

Rubbish ?? Dear paul if you think this is rubbish put on your cliff Richard CDs and relax lol

paul
paul
19 days ago
Reply to  Murphy

I am perfectly relaxed thank you.
I like a wide variety of music of all genre but cliff richard would not be among them,I assure you.
However the fact thay you consider this halloween pantomine from Ireland music,and are in the buisness of making incorrect assumptions on individuals musical tastes,it gives more of an insight into you than it does about me

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
19 days ago

Two poll victories in a row? This is utterly fantastic! I bet the Irish didn’t expect their song this year to go down THIS well. At Eurovision this WILL be remembered. Slovenia’s similarly witch inspired Raiven should be shivering in her boots! And Poland should they choose WITCH-ER! If these three songs end up going for a battle royale in Semi Final 1 it will be Bambie who comes out supreme I can tell you! They weren’t chanting their name during the NF for no reason!

Karl
Karl
19 days ago

Someone’s delulu lol

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Karl

Paul

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
14 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

hahahaha +10

CatcoolH
CatcoolH
19 days ago

Wiwibloggs readers never fail to amaze me

Eve
Eve
19 days ago

Go Bambie! Smash it!

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
19 days ago

I like the softer parts but i dont like when she gets crazy…I understand the contrast because if It was only the softer parts I guess It would kind of boring. But i think they should have looked for a subtler contrast.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

She’s supposed to be casting a spell like a witch!

Gosh
Gosh
19 days ago

Joke. I’m expecting Irish cry. AGAIN!

Ari
Ari
19 days ago

Norway. The only Malmö song on my playlist so far. I’m so glad it’s there.
far behind Norway but still good:
2 Slovenia 3 Ireland or 2 Ireland 3 Slovenia

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
14 days ago
Reply to  Ari

Great list.
here its: 1) Ireland
2) Norway
3) Slovenia

The rest of the entries are leaving me cold as of yet.