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Eurovision in Trouble? Top Producers Have Left the World’s Most Campy Song Contest

Eurovision in Trouble? Top Producers Have Left the World’s Most Campy Song Contest People are questioning whether Eurovision is in trouble after producers, the event manager and head of security for this year's song contest have left Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

A New Crisis Hits Ukraine: Turmoil at the Eurovision Song Contest

6 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The contest, a European institution that is scheduled to take place in Ukraine this year, appears to be in jeopardy after the organizing team quit en masse amid allegations of corruption.

Ten Nations Select Eurovision 2017 Entries [VIDEO]

last weekLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The International Olympic Super Bowl Of Homosexuality And Camp, more commonly known as the Eurovision Song Contest, arrives in May and ten nations so far have selected their entries. Watch below. You’ll note that a “Celebrate Diversity” logo appears between every snippet. Show More Summary

Eurovision in peril as Ukraine sacks TV team

Kiev is due to host the 2017 Eurovision Song contest. Or not, as the case may be. When the most absurd of media events meets the most corrupt of regimes, anything can happen. The BBC reports that Ukraine has no-one in place at the moment to manage the event. Russia is rubbing its hands. (Ukraine won […]

Top Google searches show this nation's citizens had a v. v. odd 2016

In 2016, even Australia was unsure why it was competing in the Eurovision song contest. The country is, after all, a long way from Europe. "Why is Australia in Eurovision?" was the sixth most popular "why is...?" search in AustraliaShow More Summary

Ukrainian Prime Minister Dismisses Eurovision Host Rumors as ‘Propaganda’

It is an old cliche that the Eurovision Song Contest is really all about one thing—politics. The camp, annual sing-off between countries across Europe (and featuring Australia), whose winner is decided by televotes, often serves as a...Show More Summary

2017 Eurovision Song Contest Date Set For Kiev, Ukraine

The Eurovision song contest is to head to Ukraine in 2017, with a record 43 countries to take part in the competition in the capital city, Kiev. Among the nations competing for a place in the semi-finals on Tuesday and Thursday May 9...Show More Summary

Jamala, Eurovision, and Human Rights

[Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Greta Uehling] Many Savage Minds readers will be aware of the victory of Jamala at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. As part of my current project, I have been following the work of this Crimean Tatar singer, composer, and actor closely, and was among those who greeted her at the … Continue reading Jamala, Eurovision, and Human Rights ?

Hey Everyone Who Makes Things Online For Europeans! The Lovie Awards Entry Deadline Is This Friday, June 10

8 months agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

The annual Eurovision Song Contest concluded its 61st edition in May 2016 by crowning Ukraine the champion (sorry, PewDiePie) of the 42 participating countries (and getting a lot of views on YouTube along the way). But Europeans with...Show More Summary

Raging Russians (18/05/16)

GETTY Image I never watched any of the ghastly Eurovision song contests, but apparently the population of Russia has been whipped up into a frenzy over the fact that their entry (the favourite apparently) was beaten into third place by Ukraine, the winners, and Australia, who added insult to injury by snatching second place. Show More Summary

The 2016 Eurovision Finale That Wasn't Officially On YouTube

9 months agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN - MAY 14: Jamala wins 2016 Eurovision Song Contest at Ericsson Globe Arena on May 14, 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden. (Photo by Michael Campanella/Getty Images) Eurovision aired last week, and unlike previous years, if you lived in the United States, you couldn’t watch a livestream of the show off [...]

Lidia Isac - Falling Stars

Only 51 weeks until the Eurovision Song Contest! Ah, what a fantastic event this year's competition was. "Quality" isn't a word you often see parsing Eurovision, but it has come a long way since the unlistenable 80s and there were many solid entries. Show More Summary

The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

9 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

This past weekend was the Eurovision Song Contest, a long-running continental tradition that uses lights and fog and goofy-ass elaborate productions in a quest to determine, I guess, the best song in Europe? I’m not exactly sure what you’re supposed to win if you win. But I will say that the winner, Ukrainian representative Jamala, […]

Charlie Hebdo Ridicules Results of 2016 Eurovision Song Contest

French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo ridiculed the results of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest.

Eurovision 2016: Political Controversy And Sergey Lazarev Porn Scandal [Photos]

Eurovision 2016 ended with Ukraine’s win, according to The Guardian. Ukraine’s contestant Jamala won this year’s Eurovision Song Contest with a controversial song about Moscow’s atrocities during World War II. Thank you for your love!...Show More Summary

Raging Russians

GETTY Image I never watched any of the ghastly Eurovision song contests, but apparently the population of Russia has been whipped up into a frenzy over the fact that their entry (the favourite apparently) was beaten into third place by Ukraine, the winners, and Australia, who added insult to injury by snatching second place. Show More Summary

Eurovision Song Contest’ 2016: Could Australia Still Win It Thanks To Ukraine’s Political Song Aimed At Russia?

The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest was won by Ukraine entrant, Jamala, with her haunting song, “1944” even though the hot favorite to win was actually Russia and this has caused quite a stir since. After all, Jamala was singing a song inspired by her grandmother’s deportation from Crimea, an event brought on by Russia during... Show More Summary

Russia Declares War on Eurovision

On Saturday, three people died and thirty were injured during a gun battle over control of a cemetery in Moscow. Just a few hours later, the Russian pop star Sergey Lazarev failed to win the Eurovision Song Contest, in Stockholm, losing to a Ukrainian. Show More Summary

'Whether You Agree or Disagree': Ukraine to Remain Eurovision Winner

Over 300,000 people signed the petition on Change.org demanding that the European Broadcasting Union and Eurovision Song Contest revise the results of the song contest held in Stockholm on Saturday.

Eurovision 2016 Winner: Russia in Frenzy After Ukraine's Jamala Wins Popular Singing Competition

On Sunday, Ukraine's Jamala won the Eurovision Song Contest, causing a stir among Russians as they said her winning number was an anti-Russian anthem.

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