Takeover Throwback: Eurovision 1991

A small glance over the 36th annual Eurovision Song Contest, held on 4 May 1991 in Rome. Winner, voting incidents, returning artists and much more through our point of view.

Takeover Throwback: Eurovision 1989

A small glance over the 34th annual Eurovision Song Contest, held on 6 May 1989 in Laussane. Winner, voting incidents, returning artists and much more through our point of view.

The five Romanian songs have been released! Listen below.

The five songs to be sung by Roxen in the Romanian Eurovision selection have been released. You can listen via TVR’s playlist or click down below. A review of the five songs will be coming shortly through the Three-Minute Throwdown Series (previews of Slovenia and Ukraine, whose national finals are this weekend, are available). Which…

Le choix français: Tom Leeb chosen as French representative to Rotterdam

After multiple reports that France would choose internally, scrapping the Destination Eurovision format that selected Madame Monsieur (“Mercy”) and Bilal Hassani (“Roi”, King), France Télévisions has announced that Tom Leeb will represent the Tricolore for Eurovision 2020. According to the official Eurovision site, the actor, singer, and comedian will reveal the representative song soon. Tom…

#UNITED: Introducing The Eurovision Takeover 2020!

ESCtakeover is proud to announce the second edition of The Eurovision Takeover, a site project that aims to bring the fans what they want in elegant fashion. The live show will be on 2 May, and it will air live on 3 May. What is The Eurovision Takeover? At ESCtakeover, we try to give fans…

Exclusive: An Interview With Kseniya Simonova

ESCtakeover are proud to present an exclusive interview with Got Talent and Eurovision sand artist star Kseniya Simonova, from Ukraine. You can find out more about her here. First of all, how are you doing? You’ve just performed in Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions and made it all the way to third! Congratulations. Thank you!…

Cyprus says…This is a man’s world!

RIK, the Cypriot national broadcaster, has revealed that after Eleni Foureira with “Fuego” and Tamta with “Replay”, they are bound to send a male act to represent the island in Rotterdam.

Eurovision’20: The Ticket Scam You Need To Avoid

Recently, it was announced that the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest would take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands on the 12th, 14th and 16th of May. Since that release of information, external ticketing companies have been coming up with ideas to make money, for example: by selling fake tickets. As noted in the Eurovision Song Contest…