Eurovision 60th Anniversary Petra Mede Graham Norton

Eurovision’s Greatest Hits takes place in London on 31 March. The one-off concert will see a host of past Eurovision stars take to the stage to mark 60 years of the contest. While the show itself will be purely celebratory, we’ve decided to add a little competition to proceedings. The Wiwi Jury – our in-house panel of music unprofessionals – will rank and review all 19 Eurovision entries sung by the 15 confirmed acts.

Our jury consists of 18 jurors who hail from Albania, Austria, Australia, Britain, Finland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Spain and the United States. We are truly international, y’all! Each juror assesses each song independently, and then awards each song a score from 0 to 10. The highest and lowest scores are then dropped to determine the Wiwi Jury Verdict.

We’ll be unrolling these one by one over the coming weeks. You can read the completed reviews by clicking on the song title.

Eurovision’s Greatest Hits Reviews And Rankings

  1. Sweden 2012: Loreen “Euphoria” (9.17)
  2. Ireland 1987: Johnny Logan “Hold Me Now” (8.62)
  3. Luxembourg 1973: Anne-Marie David “Tu Te Reconnaîtras” (8.57)
  4. Finland 2006: Lordi “Hard Rock Hallelujah” (8.4)
  5. Denmark 2013: Emmelie De Forest “Only Teardrops” (8.37)
  6. Austria 2014: Conchita Wurst “Rise Like A Phoenix” (8.2)
  7. Norway 1985: Bobbysocks “La Det Swinge” (8.07)
  8. Denmark 2000: The Olsen Brothers “Fly On The Wings Of Love” (7.88)
  9. Israel 1998: Dana International “Diva” (7.77)
  10. Germany 1982: Nicole “Ein Bisschen Frieden” (7.72)
  11. United Kingdom 1976: Brotherhood of Man: “Save Your Kisses For Me” (7.5)
  12. France 1979: Anne-Marie David “Je Suis L’Enfant-Soleil” (6.84)
  13. Ireland 1980: Johnny Logan “What’s Another Year” (6.67)
  14. France 2001: Natasha St- Pier “Je N’Ai Que Mon Âme” (6.44)
  15. Spain 2002: Rosa López “Europe’s Living A Celebration” (6.28)
  16. Russia 2006: Dima Bilan “Never Let You Go” (6.13)
  17. Sweden 1984: Herreys “Diggi-loo Diggi-ley” (5.44)
  18. Israel 2011: Dana International “Ding Dong” (5.06)
  19. Russia 2008: Dima Bilan “Believe” (3.77)

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9 years ago


9 years ago

Which of those 15 do you men Jonathan UK

9 years ago

It is an okay song!