It’s been a busy few days across Europe with five national finals giving us five new Eurovision 2024 songs. We saw a surprise act in Germany top both the jury and the televote; an Estonian six-piece relegate Ollie to second place (again); a queer woman of Ethiopian descent defeat Eurovision alum Basim in Denmark; and a Lithuanian favourite make good on all the hype. In Moldova, a Eurovision veteran won a tie-break decided by the jury vote. That’s led to an appeal from the public vote winner….

But does any of this change your rankings for Eurovision 2024? As ever we just have to ask: What’s your favourite Eurovision 2024 song so far?

Which Eurovision 2024 song is your favourite so far? (18 February)

🇩🇰 Denmark: Saba with “Sand”

Remarkably, Dansk Melodi Grand Prix marked the first time that Saba appeared on stage as a solo pop singer. She’s instead spent her career in musical theatre. But she took to it easy, working a beautiful light display as she served non-stop voice. Ahead of the competition she described her song to our Simon: “‘Sand’ is about losing control. I’m singing, ‘slipping through my hands’ …like sand. I like that picture. I think we all know that feeling in a way.”

🇪🇪 Estonia: 5miinust x puuluup with “(Nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi”

When Eurovision rolls around and viewers are drifting to sleep, Estonia will no doubt wake them up and shock them in the process. This peculiar mix of techno, folk and dance got Estonians moving. They had plenty of inspiration as the group delivered some viral choreography that will look even more impressive on the big Eurovision stage. It carries an anti-drug message with lyrics like, “We avoid pleasure substances, let the rich people do it early in the morning…the candies took away these sad-faced scumbags.”

🇩🇪 Germany: Isaak with “Always Running”

The bookies ignored him and fans did too. But when push came to shove, Isaak won Das Deutsche Finale 2024 in a very big way, coming first with both the people and the jurors, despite the near universal assumption that Ryk would take the crown. In January, Germany’s Eurovision broadcaster said the song “is an example of how the emotional depths and exhilarating highs of a song can take listeners on a unique musical journey.” 

🇱🇹 Lithuania: Silvester Belt with “Luktelk”

This song has been on loop on Lithuanian radio stations for weeks and it’s currently sitting at the top of Lithuania’s Spotify charts. It has a mainstream sound underscored by the dark and subversive, making it ready for the club — and whatever happens after. Silvester has been drawn into the first half of the first semi-final. He told us in Vilnius that he isn’t afraid to open the semi-final. “It doesn’t scare us,” he said. And it shouldn’t: This song is stage-ready!

🇲🇩 Moldova: Natalia Barbu with “In the Middle”

She took Moldova to a Top 10 finish at Eurovision 2007. And now Natalia Barbu is hoping to do it again. Her song is a call for intimacy and understanding. And while the lyrics in the verses seem rather basic — “I want you to be happy…my beautiful angel, a work of art…I know your heart is filled with love” — the chorus has an enchanting quality. It honours Moldova’s musical history with a beautiful la la la la la. 

So who did you vote for?

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Kari
Kari
29 days ago

Croatia, Australia, Luxembourg, Belgium, Ukraine and Estonia.

Alex
Alex
1 month ago

Lithuania sucks it’s so cringe and it sucks

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

That might be your opinion, but you haven’t experienced true Lithuanian cringe. They’ve sent a lot worst entries in the past.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago

Even though Belgium and Poland aren’t in this poll, I’m gonna tell you which years I prefer for the 20 songs we have out so far (minus Luxembourg since they didn’t participate last year obviously)

Albania: 2023
Belgium: 2024
Czechia: 2023
Denmark: 2024
Estonia: 2023
Finland: 2023
France: 2024
Germany: 2024
Ireland: 2024
Italy: 2024
Latvia: 2024
Lithuania: 2024
Malta: 2024
Moldova: 2023
Norway: 2023
Poland: 2024
Slovenia: 2023
Spain: 2023
Ukraine: 2024

So far it’s 8: 11 with me liking more songs from 2024 than 2023. It’s all subjective, people.

Dane
Dane
1 month ago

omg to see denmark so high makes me so happy. I’m so proud of Saba and our song

Eurovisionnomore
Eurovisionnomore
1 month ago

As much as loved eurovision I now don’t feel like to watch it anymore. World is full of sadness everywhere. World is war zone, I am not in a mood for eurovision where plastic barbies, erotic crazies pretended melancholy, sweating psyichopathic movements we have seen thousands and thousands times. Sad to party get drunk while millions of people are suffering sleeping rough outside in cold weather, homeless, people lost their home, people killed, people lost their loved ones, people going to bed hungry, money spent in eurovision I feel ashamed of myself. I am so sorry this is just how… Read more »

Woof
Woof
1 month ago

Lithuania – Belgium – France – Ukraine -Moldova
Adding Spain for the music and message, but the “singer”… well, no

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago

Well, this just happened today. I was eating in a diner restaurant, and I heard James Newman’s 2020 Song My last breath play over the speakers. This is in America and it’s a song from a contest that was canceled!

Lorena
Lorena
1 month ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

I quite liked that song. I liked a lot of 2020’s songs actually, what I great ESC we missed!

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Lorena

Lithuania is my personal winner of 2020, but maybe it might get a second chance to broach top 5 this year.

Lorena
Lorena
1 month ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Mine too! I don’t know, Silvester is one of my favourites… but it is not so much my cup of tea as On fire was. I still listen to it quite often, I love that song. Much more than Discoteque.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Lorena

On fire will always be my all-time favorite Lithuanian eurovision entry, even though the contest was canceled, but Luktelk will probably come close. While I like on fire more than discoteque, it’s only by a narrow margin, and I’m still proud that the latter made it into the top 10 in 2021. I hope Silvester belt does make it into the top 10, Probably somewhere between fifth and 10th. Heck, even if he gets sixth place again, it will at the very least knockdown We are the winners from 2006.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
1 month ago

Slovenia 11,5/12
Lithuania 10.5/12
Italy 10/12
Norway 9,5/12
France 9/12
Belgium 8,5/12
Ireland 8/12
Luxembourg 7,5/12
Moldova 7/12
Denmark 7/12
Ukraine 6,5/12
Poland 6/12
Estonia 6/12
Latvia 5,5/12
Spain 5/12
Czechia 4,5/12
Germany 4/12
Malta 3/12
Albania 2/12
Finland 1/12

KylieMylie
KylieMylie
1 month ago

Norway are still number 1 Ukraine 2

Jay Junior
Jay Junior
1 month ago

Lithuania and Ireland only ones I’m banging too.

Troy
Troy
1 month ago

LEAKED… the Israeli song for ESC 2024 is….. “October Rain”. And the EBU gave their blessing to that song. It will be in English with 2 sentences in Hebrew.

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Troy

LEAKED… We Will Rave by Kaleen. And Kaleen was such a queen to not take down the demo version which is everywhere on social media. It will be a banger with lyrics in English.

Devito
Devito
1 month ago
Reply to  Troy

You start to wonder how many of those songs were leaked on purpose as part of the PR. Belgium, Austria, and Netanyahu’s autocracy were all accidentally leaked in a matter of days. Who’s next in line to fake leakage?

Tino
Tino
1 month ago
Reply to  Devito

Tbh I think it is really a leak for Belgium ? If I understood correctly it’s an error from belgian radio… and I’m not surprised anymore with this country (my country). It’s the kind of stupid thing that we fail.
At least the leak happened only one day before the release date. For Austria we’re talking about more than a whole month.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
1 month ago
Reply to  Devito

Some of these leaks are clearly done on purpose, some countries love to create useless and fake hype. Yeah of course a radio making an error lol we all believe in that.

Ian
Ian
1 month ago

Silvester! Lithuania

SEIMI
SEIMI
1 month ago

This sort of poll is a waste of time until all songs are released. I suppose next week people will desert Lithuania for Belgium. Like I said already people here are so fickle.

Chupacabra
Chupacabra
1 month ago

Ryk from Germany would have been my No 1, but… Isaak touched masses more, solid work, in my top 10. My Top 5: 1) Italy 2) Ireland 4) Denmark 5) France,… Ukraine dropping due to religious Touch though usually I do appreciate Alyona Alyona’s and Jerry Heil’s art.

Lorena
Lorena
1 month ago
Reply to  Chupacabra

Where is number 3?

Lorena
Lorena
1 month ago

My 5 favourite songs so far this year, in no particular order: Lithuania, Ukraine, Spain, Italy and France. Ireland is also up there because of its originality.
? But I must say I do not see a winner yet this year. Or even nothing that could be a winner. Last year this time we already had Cha Cha Cha, for example.

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago
Reply to  Lorena

I like years when the winner isn’t obvious. Way more fun.

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
1 month ago

Still Gate.

Devito
Devito
1 month ago

Grant Thornton Baltic recalculated votes during the Superfinal of Eurovizija. Some 70K votes were cast in this phase. Silvester Belt remains the winner with 34,691 votes, followed by Shower (20,307 votes) and The Roop (15,046).

Devito
Devito
1 month ago
Reply to  Devito

During both phases of the final night, 142,191 votes were cast:

  1. (42,3%) Silvester Belt (60,193 votes = 25,505 votes + 34,691 votes)
  2. (25,4%) Shower (36,090 votes = 15,783 votes + 20,307 votes)
  3. (18,9%) The Roop (26,848 votes = 11,802 votes + 15,046 votes)
  4. (5,4%) VB Gang (7,679 votes)
  5. (2,8%) Il Senso (4,012 votes)
  6. (1,9%) Zalvarinis (2,750 votes)
  7. (1,2%) Aiste (1,635 votes)
  8. (1,1%) Monika Marija (1,609 votes)
  9. (0,6%) Queens of Roses (897 votes)
  10. (0,4%) Pluie de Cometes (578 votes)
L’oiseau
L’oiseau
1 month ago

No song. So far, the songs range from meh to absolutely excruciating. Even my beloved Italy has delivered badly this year. The public vote system in the semis is certainly having is heavy toll… Not the same contest anymore.

snowflake
snowflake
1 month ago

luktelk>>>>>>>>>>>

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
1 month ago
  1. Norway
  2. Finland
  3. Ukraine
  4. Denmark
  5. Luxembourg

Lithuania still not sure if I just like it or love it. I will certainly dance to it though.

My bottom is safe:

Ireland (by far), Estonia (new entry)

Tino
Tino
1 month ago

A bit off topic but Belgium made quite a huge jump in the odds, now being in the 8th place. I know some people say that the song leaked but I haven’t found anything for now… and I’m from Belgium xD

Tino
Tino
1 month ago
Reply to  Tino

Found it. I’m gonna be honest, it’s good but I’m not a big fan of it for the moment. I wait to see the video clip.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  Tino

It sounds solid. I’m not 100% sold yet but it’s definitely in my Top 10. The last minute can be staged in a way that would look epic, so I’m rather optimistic about its chances, although it doesn’t have that certain ‘winner’ vibe for me.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Tino

I’m gonna be a good little girl and wait until it’s officially released.

Pekoto
Pekoto
1 month ago

Honestly don’t get why people here call Lithuania a bop, like it’s fine but a bit all over the place and the chorus seems kinda tedious. Italy song has much more interesting instrumentals and stellar production

Emily
Emily
1 month ago

1) Norway
2) Ukraine
3) Estonia
4) Lithuania

The rest I’m still thinking about. I hate ordering things, haha

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago
Reply to  Emily

Good job putting Estonia third though

Emily
Emily
1 month ago

Do I get a medal? I hope I get a medal.

Anhel
Anhel
1 month ago

I voted for Lithuania and France. A few interesting songs this year, but there’s a huge wave of average boring ones.

Stephanie
Stephanie
1 month ago

Norway is still my number one!!! Closely followed by Italy.

Sal
Sal
1 month ago

I know this is an unpopular opinion but I am finding this to be the weakest year since I started following Eurovision in the noughties… the only song I like is Ukraine. The others aren’t all bad but they leave me cold.

Roy
Roy
1 month ago
Reply to  Sal

I like it too, but the song needs a revamp..

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  Sal

This is my 33rd Eurovision season and I find it a good one. Not the best, but still very enjoyable with some really strong songs and almost no bad ones. The worst season is always the 2002 one for me and that’s gonna be very hard to beat that.

Boo
Boo
1 month ago
Reply to  Sal

Still to early to tell, only got half the songs.

Chris
Chris
1 month ago
Reply to  Sal

Same here. Only Ukraine deserves a win so far. However I hope the countries that didn’t reveal their entry yet will have something good to present.

Roy
Roy
1 month ago
Reply to  Chris

If Israel will drop their song and it will be a winner song, I will scream!

Roy
Roy
1 month ago

The fact that Israel now 3rd in the odds without even a song.. says a lot.. the expectations are high.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

It’s all about which countries get the attention and therefore people bet money. That’s simply how odds work. Israel is getting attention for many reasons obviously, and this might or might not change in the following weeks.

Roy
Roy
1 month ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

They choose a good singer, but the song tho… I waiting to know what it will be.. it is all about the song now, they will need a VERY strong song this year.. I wonder if it will be..

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

I think it’s more about politics and Israeli nationalists betting high. It won’t do that well.

Roy
Roy
1 month ago

I remember that people said that unicorn will be a NQ.. but in the end it finished 3rd with 5 times 12 point from the juries!

Roy
Roy
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

And this year Israel have a much better singer.. and maybe a much better song.. so anything can happen

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago

Poland picked Luna in the meantime. It’s an OK song that for now goes somewhere in the middle of my list, but can be elevated live since Luna seems to be a good performer. In any case it’s a nice change of pace for Poland in Eurovision.

Roy
Roy
1 month ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

It is boring.. as for now this is the weakest year

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

people say that every single year

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

I count how much I like a year from the number of songs I put in my playlist. I have 10/18 so far -might or might not add Luna- which makes a good year for me. It’s subjective after all, so just say you don’t like the songs!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

I TOO have put most of the songs from this year on playlist. It’s a good year for sure!

Olaf
Olaf
1 month ago

I think it’s Spain for me for now followed by Lithuania. Poland just announced and it’s really good so this closes my top 3 for now:)

Darren
Darren
1 month ago

Italy is doing it for me so far.
Unpopular opinion but I quite like Spain too.
Norway in 3rd, live when the Nordics get cultural.
Ukraine is good too

Hon the Bambi <3

Michel
Michel
1 month ago
Reply to  Darren

I olso like Spain

Karworld
Karworld
1 month ago
Reply to  Darren

Why unpopular? Zorra is iconic

Stan
Stan
1 month ago

Italy all the way!

Yuarith
Yuarith
1 month ago

We’re halfway through and I’m pretty happy that most of my favorites won their respective NFs! 🙂
There’s a lot to unravel, but if anyone’s curious:
My top 5 (in no particular order): Italy, Norway, Lithuania, Estonia and Slovenia.
I also liked: Latvia, Ireland, Luxembourg, Czechia and France.
I feel indifferent towards: Denmark, Germany, Malta and Moldova.
I didn’t like: Spain, Ukraine, Albania and Finland.

Claude
Claude
1 month ago

All the songs are pretty good so far!! This is shaping up to be an amazing year at Eurovision and I know Sweden will do a great job with the cameras, stage and vocal mixing. France, Estonia, Norway, Ukraine and Ireland are my favourites so far!

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
1 month ago

Estonia and Lithuania have come to slay.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago

And it’s the first time since their debuts exactly 30 years ago that both Estonian and Lithuanian are sung at eurovision at the same time.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago

Don’t forget Latvia! The Baltics are best!

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago

Latvia did miss a hat trick not sending a song in Latvian so we could have had all three Baltic languages at Eurovision for the first time, but you can’t have everything.

Roy
Roy
1 month ago

Sand, mon amor, diva maria.. and we still dont have a winner.

Nikki
Nikki
1 month ago

Lithuania

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago

As of today, Lithuania is topping the poll. We’ll see if it lasts for long. People love it when an underdog country has a good song that could potentially do well.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Lithuania is also doing well in the odds which is good for an underdog country that doesn’t have traditionally many supporters betting money on them. I don’t pay attention to odds otherwise but some signs can be helpful to identify trends.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

I just checked, Lithuania is 8th in the odds at the time of this post. Same position the roop were in 2021. Granted, I also don’t give a damn about odds period, but it’s always cool to see Lithuania in the top ten of the odds,

Film4o
Film4o
1 month ago

Latvia is my winner

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
1 month ago

Dons, Isaak, Slimane, Gåte, Nebulossa and Silvester are my favs.
Mustii song is kind of already out, it’s not bad but nothing outstanding either, it feels like a melfest song, 3 quarters of the song feels very long and samy and the last quarter is more interesting but is very very repetitive at the same time, he repeats at least 8 times in a row the same sentence…, and again all in english…I don’t know I didn’t click with it sorry but good luck to him.

Victoria
Victoria
1 month ago

ITALY all the way! The best song so far. Angelina rocks

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago

Norway is still the best to me. I hope Gåte wins in May.

Sally
Sally
1 month ago

As so often mentioned – lackluster field so far. A couple of songs I couldn’t be paid to listen to again. Only one I’ve liked enough to go to the trouble of downloading at this point – and a whole lot of middling to forgettable stuff.

Sal
Sal
1 month ago
Reply to  Sally

Fully agree, nothing particularly exciting in this bunch so far.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago

ESTONIA I think after last year, many people tried to copy Finland with ‘the Kaarija Effect’. This is when we have a fun televoting friendly song that combines multiple genres. Out of all the songs so far that have tried to do this, I think Estonia does it the best.It’s not a direct copy of Kaarija and instead blends Electro folk with rap, creating an exciting new experiment that satisifies BOTH old and new listeners. They also have natural charisma and energy on the stage so it SHOULD be a televoting magnet! I also love how the song is in… Read more »

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago

My top 3 are (in no particular order) Lithuania, Norway & Italy.

The rest fall somewhat lower for me. A lot of my favourites crashed out in their respective national finals. I’m happy I got to hear them and make them a part of my Eurovision playlist though so I’m not sad 🙂

Erikiejberg
Erikiejberg
1 month ago

Where are the bops… The only songs I added so far are Sand and Mon Amour. Dancing with Demons, Damdiggida, Sinceramente or Tuta Gold would all have made this year more enjoyable so far.
At least Austria sounds promising, hoping for some female bops from Israel, Cyprus and Greece and for now hoping Sweden will send Maria Sur or M&M or Dotter have a good song

Erikiejberg
Erikiejberg
1 month ago
Reply to  Erikiejberg

Oh and Malta is quite okay!

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Erikiejberg

Lithuania is a bop.

Erikiejberg
Erikiejberg
1 month ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Meh. Stays way to flat for me. I need some good songs with good hooks, but also a range. Might be generic but like we had Tattoo, cha cha cha, unicorn, WTH is Edgar, Blood and Glitter, Queen of Kings. The only one this year coming close to what I am looking for is Sand, and Sinceramente would also be one. Or cyan kicks

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  Erikiejberg

Each one to their own taste. From those I’ve only added “Sinceramente” to my playlists, but it didn’t work for me live. I don’t like much any other of the songs you mentioned. And I’ve added many songs to my playlist this year so far.

Gka
Gka
1 month ago

Overall very weak year so far. We definitely haven’t heard the winner yet…. waiting to hear Australia, Greece, Israel, Georgia, Armenia, switcherland. I’ve heard azerbaijan and it’s not good. Heard austria and it’s ok not anything groundbreaking. I’ve heard cyprus and it’s good (but waiting for the staging to elevate it). I’ve heard the UK and it’s not my taste, I think people will be disappointed. The betting odds will have a difficult time predicting the winner this year…

Gka
Gka
1 month ago
Reply to  Gka

We will have to rely on the Swedish broadcaster to host a very hight tech contest to help elevate all these average songs. The winner will come down to the live performance and staging. Don’t expect the type of run away winner like loreen or Duncan laurence. There will be 3-5 countries contenders for the win, creating more suspense compared to previous years. Also I’m expecting politics to have a huge impact on the results…

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Gka

Duncan Laurence was not a runaway winner, he did not win either jury OR televote.

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

History remembers him as a huge success because of his streaming numbers etc. but that all came AFTER the contest, so maybe the same can happen here who knows.

la noia total
la noia total
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Jonas, just to remind that though he didn’t win the televoting nor the jury, the odds we’re almost 50% that he would win the Eurovision.

AlexisMateoFan45
AlexisMateoFan45
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

I think they meant the “front runner”. Arcade was definitely the song to beat coming into the contest and even if you weren’t a fan of it you knew it was heading for the win

Tino
Tino
1 month ago

Exactly. Duncan didn’t win easily but I remember well that when his song came out the hype was real un the Eurovision world. I remember listening to it for the first time and saying: “This is it, this is the one”. In 2021 I had this feeling with Italy but at the same time I thought that it was gonna be tight with Malta. This year I haven’t had this feeling of a front runner yet and I’m not sure there will be one.

Tino
Tino
1 month ago

Am I the only one who think Angelina Mango is the Rosalia of Italy? Like Rosalia does with traditional latin music, Angelina succeeds to mix modern sounds with traditional italian style and the whole thing is very pro.

Whatever, at this point my top 5 is:
1) Ukraine
2) Italy
3) Lithuania
4) Denmark
5) Norway

Thanos
Thanos
1 month ago

Out of the new entries, Lithuania caught my attention the most.
Denmark and Germany are both solid songs in my opinion.
Estonia is fun and the folk elements are interesting. Certainly better than Finland.
Moldova has its moments but it’s a bit of a mess.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago

Lithuania, Italy and Norway are my Top 3. I also love Spain, Ukraine, Estonia, Slovenia and Ireland. There are a few more good and some average songs and the only song I absolutely struggle with is Finland.
It feels like a very competitive year for me with a lot of variety already, while there are still almost 20 songs left to be chosen or revealed. Whether the year is strong or not is also a matter of taste, by I’m populating my playlists very quickly this year if that’s a sign for me. 🙂

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

My top 3 are the same as yours. Lithuania, Italy & Norway (not in any particular order).

The rest (for me) are way behind these three. I totally understand other people will feel differently 🙂

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  AMAAN STORM

Glad to hear! 🙂 I agree that these 3 are on a different level for me too. There’s something that drew me in immediately in all 3 setting an obsession that persists. Spain and Estonia are the only other ones that came close, mostly thanks to their live preformances. There’s a nice diversity this year, which I really like, so it’s normal to expect different opinions from fans.

Liam Lindsay
Liam Lindsay
1 month ago

Outta all of the songs chosen so far, the only one that I’m listening too on loop is the snippet of Dizzy by Olly Alexander. To me none of these songs are really doing it for me. I mean I have my Tops and all but, the UK entry is heads and shoulders above the rest. I know that I’m going to get a lot of have for that but….

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Liam Lindsay

Hopefully you aren’t disappointed when you hear the full song!