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Search engine Google has released it's annual "Year in Search" charts. While Eurovision Song Contest failed to trend globally, it is present in various national charts across Europe.

In Ukraine, Eurovision took second place in the "TV show of the year", while among the most popular searches it was the seventh.

In Belarus, Eurovision 2017 became the fourth most popular search. Former head of the national selection Alexander Tikhanovich, who had passed away in 2017, is the seventh in the "Person of the Year." In the top of search engine Yandex - Eurovision was the second in "International events of the year", and Alexander Tihanovich got "Man of the Year".

In Russia, Eurovision did not get to the trends of the year in Google, but according to Yandex - Yuliya Samoylova became the second in "Woman of the Year", and Dima Bilan - first in "Man of the Year."

In Latvia, Eurovision became second "Event of the Year", in Lithuania - second "Event" and the fourth in the "Search for the Year". In Estonia, Eurovision became the second, and Eesti Laul - fifth "Event of the Year".

In Portugal, Salvador Sobral was the first in the "Search of the Year" (Eurovision 2017 was the ninth), "National figure of the year" (his sister took third place), in the "TV program of the year" Eurovision took the fifth place.

In Sweden Melodifestivalen became the second in the "TV and Radio event of the year", where Eurovision became the fourth. In general "Search of the Year", they became the sixth and tenth respectively. The question "Who has won the Melodifestivalen 2017" became the fourth in the "Questions with "Who"". Late Rikard Wolff became the fourth in "Man of the Year", and Owe Thörnqvist - the eighth.

In the Netherlands Eurovision was the ninth in the "Search for the Year". In Belgium Eurovision became "TV program of the year", and Blanche became the fourth in "Belgian persons of the Year". Eurovision was the "Event of the Year" in Hungary. In Germany, "Eurovision" became the second "TV show of the year", and Lena Meyer-Landrut became the fourth on the list of "Person of the Year". Eurovision was the third in the "Search of the Year" in Greece. In Ireland, Eurovision became the ninth in the "Search for the Year". In Spain, Eurovision became the "TV show of the year", and took the sixth place in the overall chart. In Poland, Eurovision became the fourth "Event of the Year" and the seventh in the overall chart. In Serbia, it became the seventh, and in Romania - the eighth in the "Event of the Year". In Slovenia, the national selection EMA became the second, and the Eurovision seventh in the "Event of the Year", in the overall chart EMA became the fourth, and Omar Naber became the fifth in "Musician of the Year". In Croatia, Eurovision was the third "Event" and the fourth in the "Search of the Year". In Switzerland, Eurovision led the list of "Festivals and Events of the Year".

Finally, "Namaste" got to the fourth place in "What does it mean" chart in Italy.

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Explore the searches that shaped 2017, from Google Trends. #yearinsearch

Punk rocker John Lydon has vowed to turn the Eurovision "upside down" if he is given the chance to represent Ireland. "I know if I did end up representing Ireland, it would bring some of the haters out, which I would love because I thrive on that sort of negativity."

Last week Irish Sun has revealed that songwriter Niall Mooney had entered a tune, Pleased To Meet You, described as a cross between country and punk, into the RTE Eurosong contest. He believes it would be a perfect fit for Lydon and his band Public Image Limited (PIL).

Johnny said: "It’s a murderously fast song and PIL want to make it even faster. We will toughen it up a bit. Representing Ireland at Eurovision is no easy thing to walk into but somebody has to finally pay attention and trust me. Frankly after all these years, I think I deserve it."

He has urged RTE bosses to give him a shot — insisting that he will appeal to real music lovers who are sick of showbiz acts like Jedward as well as those who are frightened of a repeat of Dustin’s The Turkey’s effort in 2008, which turned into a national embarrassment. The 61-year-old said: "I want to shift the goalposts in favour of real music for real people. I can promise RTE I will do better than Jedward. It’s a scary thing to walk out on a stage in front of millions of people but we could do this and win it. At the very least it would bring a breath of fresh air to Eurovision."

However, one huge obstacle this odd Irish Eurovision entry faces is convincing RTE management that the famously anarchic singer would be the best man to represent Ireland in Lisbon. RTE bosses will no doubt be mindful of John’s appearance on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Here in 2004 when he was in the jungle with stars. Lydon walked off the show after 11 days. RTE insiders say that no decision will be made on Ireland’s Eurovision entry until after Christmas.

Ireland page: http://esckaz.com/2018/ire.htm

Johnny Rotten reveals why he wants to do Eurovision for Ireland

Johnny Rotten reveals why he wants to do Eurovision for Ireland

PUNK rocker John Lydon has vowed to turn the Eurovision “upside down” if he is given the chance to represent Ireland. The Sex Pistols legend has Irish blood running through his veins as his dad is …

Changes have been made in the result of the voting for the Fan Club wildcard in San Marino preselection 1in360 - with one more Belgian fan club votes added to the total. However, Franklin, who got 2 points in the original Belgian vote, somehow lost 3 points in combined Belgian vote.

Earlier we have noted several irregularities in the voting: Ireland gave 10pts to Ludovica Amati, who was not shortlisted for the vote, Hungary gave 6pts to both Sada Vidoo and Yana Gloushak, Greece gave 2pts to Domenico Caringella and Tinashe Makura, Cole van Dais was omitted from final top 10 screen despite finishing 7th, Tiago Braga was displayed twice during Belgian vote.

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Guys... we overlooked one Belgian fan club's votes. Below are the final, corrected results. Thanks to those of you who pointed us to a few typos in the tables (we were in a rush getting it out last night) - we'll publish an updated video in due course. And to those fan clubs that don't see their votes reflected on a 1-to-1 basis, remember that for several countries we blended the votes of up to 3 fan clubs to get a country vote. This was the rule discussed with the fan clubs ahead of time. If we hadn't done this, given that no fan club was allowed to vote for candidates from their own country, candidates from countries with more than one fan club would have been disadvantaged. 1. Emma Sandström (47) 2. Franklin Calleja (46) 3. Judah Gavra (32) 3. Sada Vidoo (32) 5. Tiago Braga (31) 6. Yana Glushak (30) 7. Domenico Caringella (28) 8. Justinas Stanislovaitis (26) 9. Rick Jurthe (25) 10. Cole van Dais (24)

Here is the top 13 of the Fan Clubs voting for the 1st wildcard in San-Marino preselection 1in360:

1. Emma Official Sandström (Finland) 51
2. Franklin Calleja (Malta) 49
3. Sada Vidoo (Denmark) 36
4. Tiago Braga (Portugal) 35
5. Яна Глушак Yana Gloushak (Russia) 31
6. DEREK - Domenico Caringella (Italy) 29
7. Colé van dais (South Africa) 24
7. Judah Gavra (Israel) 24
7. Justinas Stanislovaitis (Lithuania) 24
10. Mahan Moin (Sweden) 20
11. Rick Jurthe (Germany) 20
12. Tinashe Makura (Zimbabwe) 19
13. Dario Mifsud Bonnici (Malta) 16

Thus, first wilcard winner is Emma from Finland. Votes have been received from fan clubs of Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Belgium, Rest of the World and combined vote of the ESC Press.

San Marino page: http://esckaz.com/2018/smr.htm

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Eurovision 2018 is less than six months away. The

the who, the how and the when of each countries contribution beginning to be announced and revealed. Some have been more forthcoming than others. Some are known to be secretive others are an open book.


Here is what I know:


** KNOWN ARTISTS **


AZERBAIJAN: AISEL [history of revealing artist early; song to be announced late.


BELGIUM: LAURA GROESENEKEN [First to release their artist. No news since]


FINLAND: SAARA AALTO [Usually use UMK to select their entrant. YLE unhappy with submitted songs, rejected all of them and placed their fate with Saara. National final of 3 songs on March 3rd]


THE NETHERLANDS: WAYLON [Male part of Common Linnets. Returning for second bite of cherry. No other news]


** NATIONAL FINALS **


ALBANIA: 

Festivali i Këngës is the first of the national finals. Unless someone else comes through with a song reveal in December, this will be the first entry of Eurovision 2018.


GREECE, SAN MARINO and SLOVENIA: San Marino has 1in360, Slovenia has EMA, while the Greeks have a yet to be named national final. They are all taking place in February, but a date has not been announced so far.


MALTA: Song for Europe will be held February 3.


SWITZERLAND 

Entscheidungsshow is taking place in Zurich on February 4th.


UNITED KINGDOM: Eurovision: You decide is returning again after the success from last year. It will held in Brighton on February 7th and in ESC 1998 tradition, hosted by an English person and a Swede.


ITALY: Traditional selection program for Italy is the San Remo Festival for Italian Music which takes place between February 6 and 10. Have gone internal and via jury selection in the past. 




DENMARK:
MGP in Denmark is taking place on February 10th 


MONTENEGRO: 

Montevizija 2018 is the national final for Montenegro which is being held on February 17th. Last national final for Montenegro was 2008.


HUNGARY: A Dal is being held from January and the final is February 24th.


MOLDOVA: Moldova has a semi final on February 22nd, before the final on the 24th


UKRAINE: Another country with 2 semi final and a final; Semis 10th and 17th February; final one week later on the 24th.


ROMANIA: Romania are using a Swedish method of selecting their song having a five semi final and final process . The final is on February 25th


BELARUS: Live auditions in January; up to 15 entrants; final no later than March 1st


ESTONIA: Eesti Laul 2018 is a three show national final. Semi 1 and 2 are February 10th and 17; final March 3.


ICELAND: 

Söngvakeppnin 2018, the Icelandic selection will also have two semi finals and a final, on exactly the same days Estonia are having theirs.


PORTUGAL: The home team are having their annual song contest, Festival da cancao. This year it has been extended to two semi finals (February 18th and 25th) and the final on March 4th.


NORWAY: MGP to be held 10th March.


SWEDEN: Melodifestivalen is the traditional national final from Sweden. The  four semi finals begin February 3 , the Andra chansen will be on March 3 and the final on the 10th.


** THE EXPECTED AND THE RUMOURS! **


CROATIA: Expect the return of the DORA contest.


CYPRUS: National final; date unknown


FRANCE: Rumour of a national final this year.


LATVIA

Supernova will be their selection method again. 30 entries, dates not known yet.


ISRAEL: Holding their Next star contest at the moment to select their entrant. Song will come in March


LITHUANIA: Usually hold an exhaustive national final; no news though.


SPAIN: Operation Triunfo is going to be selection for Spain. How exactly is yet to be announced.


GERMANY: National final; but no details as yet.


The rest: Austria, Armenia, Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Georgia, Ireland, Poland, and Russia are unknown at this time. Most of these will announce an internal selection. 


#doesn'tArmeniauseDepiEvratesilastheirnationalselection? #Eurovision #2018

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In Tbilisi at the Junior Eurovision song contest a great program book was handed out looking very much like those at ADULT Eurovision. Roy of ESC Covers had each of the 16 acts sign the book and for the next days we will post it. Today we can highlight the third one - it is Ireland who ended with 54 points - many journalists in Tbilisi thought she stood out from the rest and would do well.

Last month, John Lydon teased his potential involvement as Ireland‘s act for Eurovision 2018. Now the punk legend — formerly known as Johnny Rotten — has confirmed the news. But it seems broadcaster RTÉ is yet to be convinced

As revealed to The Irish Sun, the former Sex Pistols frontman has been paired with a song called “Pleased To Meet You”, written by Irish songwriter Niall Mooney. It is described as “cow punk” — a cross between country and punk.

If selected, Lydon would perform the song with his band Public Image Limited. #eurovision #ireland #eurovision2018 #johnnyrotten

IRELAND - Former Sex Pistol John Lydon could be filling the Pretty Vacant spot for Ireland at Eurovision after being entered for RTE’s Eurosong competition. The Irish Sun can reveal that songwriter Niall Mooney has entered a song — described as a cross between country and punk — into the annual contest. Lydon’s manager John Rambo Stevens has also confirmed that if RTE accepts the idea, the star will rework Niall’s song with his band Public Image Limited. [ 352 more words ]

Ireland 2018 🇮🇪 Johnny Rotten idea doesn’t fancy RTÉ

Ireland 2018 🇮🇪 Johnny Rotten idea doesn’t fancy RTÉ

IRELAND – Former Sex Pistol John Lydon could be filling the Pretty Vacant spot for Ireland at Eurovision after being entered for RTE’s Eurosong competition. The Irish Sun can reveal that song…

Report: Will Ex-Sex Pistol's John Lydon represent Ireland at Eurovision 2018?

Report: Will Ex-Sex Pistol's John Lydon represent Ireland at Eurovision 2018?

Report: Will Ex-Sex Pistol's John Lydon represent Ireland at Eurovision 2018?

According to The Irish Sun, songwriter Niall Mooney has sent a song to RTE that could be performed by former Sex Pistol's member John Lydon at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The track is called 'Pleased to Meet You' and it's descibed as cross between country and punk. Niall Mooney composed 'Pl

The Irish Sun today reveals that songwriter Niall Mooney has entered a song — described as a cross between country and punk — into the Irish national selection contest. It was proposed that the song will be performed by ex-Sex Pistols star John Lydon (Johnny Rotten). Lydon's manager John Rambo Stevens confirmed that if RTE accepts the idea, the star will rework Niall’s song with his band Public Image Limited.

Mooney, who previously wrote Eurosong entries for Niamh Kavanagh and Sinead Mulvey, has now penned a catchy cow-punk track called Pleased To Meet You together with Brendan McCarthy. He says bringing in the punk singer is exactly the kind of thing RTE asked songwriters to come up with at a Eurovision forum held by the broadcaster this year. He said: “RTE told us to find singers who are used to playing to big crowds, a catchy song and, most of all, something unexpected which has never been done before at Eurovision.”

Niall had contacted Johnny’s management, describing the idea of Johnny representing Ireland in Eurovision. "They came back to me saying, ‘You may be surprised but we totally get this’."

John Lydon, who was the lead singer of the Sex Pistols during their 1975 -’78 heyday told the Irish Sun: "It would be a great honour for me to represent Ireland for the Eurovision Song contest"

The next move will be up to RTE. However, an insider said the station is not keen on the idea. They said: "This could be even worse for Ireland than Dustin the Turkey with John Lydon screaming into a microphone at Eurovision in Portugal next year."

Ireland page:

ESCKAZ - Eurovision 2018 - Ireland / Ирландия

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Some of the team have been hard at work to check from which countries each of thre artists are that have entered the SAN MARINO race. Here is the final totals

Italy 67 (no surprise as Italy shares the same language)

Spain 50 (did not expect so many from Spain)

Germany 43 (expected them to be 3rd most)

United Kingdom 37 (also expected them to be around 4th most)

United States 24 (this is a surprise but Eurovision is starting to get known in the USA)

Russia 22 (a surprise)

Sweden 20

Malta 19 (expected more)

Poland 14

Austria 13

Australia 11
Greece 11
Portugal 11
South Africa 11

Canada 10

France 9
Netherlands 9
Turkey 9
Ukraine 9

Israel 7
Philippines 7
San Marino 7 (so one of these 7 will get the 3rd wildcard)

Armenia 6
Belarus 6
Belgium 6
Serbia 6
Switzerland 6

Argentina 5
Ireland 5
Norway 5

Azerbaijan 4
Bosnia and Herzegovina 4
Colombia 4
Croatia 4
Estonia 4
Lithuania 4
Romania 4

Denmark 3
Haiti 3
Thailand 3

Bulgaria 2
Finland 2
Guatemala 2
Iran 2
Luxembourg 2
Mexico 2
Moldova 2
Singapore 2
Slovenia 2

And then 30 countries with 1 each
Afghanistan 1
Bangladesh 1
Brazil 1
Cameroon 1
Chile 1
China 1
Cyprus 1
Czech Republic 1
Dominica 1
Georgia 1
Ghana 1
Hungary 1
India 1
Indonesia 1
Kazakhstan 1
Kenya 1
Latvia 1
Lebanon 1
Macedonia 1
Montenegro 1
Morocco 1
Namibia 1
Nigeria 1
Sierra Leone 1
Slovakia 1
South Korea 1
Saint Lucia 1
Swaziland 1
Tajikistan 1
Zimbabwe 1

This makes it 79 countries which is really good

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Muireann the singer of Ireland celebrates for birthday today but it seems she got cake last night at the after party.

RT @JescIreland: Muireann we are so proud of you! Thank you for the music . . and for sharing your song and your beautiful voice soul, tal…

Congratulations to Russia 🇷🇺 for their s cons #jesc trophy. Russia won the cint st due to the juries while Netherlands won the questioned public court I g which actually collapsed. Great success for JR Europrediction as the oikotimes jury predicted the winner #shinebright #oikotimes #jesc2017
---FULL RESULTS---
Russia – 188 points
Georgia – 185 points
Australia – 172 points
Netherlands – 156 points
Belarus – 149 points
Armenia – 148 points
Ukraine – 147 points
Poland – 138 points
Malta – 107 points
Serbia – 92 points
Italy – 86 points
Macedonia – 69 points
Albania – 67 points
Portugal – 54 points
Ireland – 54 points
Cyprus – 45 points

Congratulations to Russia 🇷🇺 for their s cons #jesc trophy. Russia won the cint st due to the juries while Netherlands won the questioned public court I g which actually collapsed. Great success for JR Europrediction as the oikotimes jury predicted the winner #shinebright #oikotimes #jesc2017 ---FULL RESULTS---
Russia – 188 points
Georgia – 185 points
Australia – 172 points
Netherlands – 156 points
Belarus – 149 points
Armenia – 148 points
Ukraine – 147 points
Poland – 138 points
Malta – 107 points
Serbia – 92 points
Italy – 86 points
Macedonia – 69 points
Albania – 67 points
Portugal – 54 points
Ireland – 54 points
Cyprus – 45 points

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Ireland stands out from the rest as she is so different and so she will surely pick up votes from the non traditional Eurovision fans.

Muireann for Ireland is giving a spellbinding performance - such a beautiful song. #JESC2017 #ShineBright https://t.co/dKyZdKhkva

#JESC2017: We speak with @JescIreland's @MuireannMusic, Malta's Gianluca, Portugal's Mariana, Serbia's Irina & Jana, and Italy's Maria #JESC

Junior Eurovision 2017 interviews: Malta, Italy, Ireland, Serbia, Portugal

RT @ZENAdonnelly: @JescIreland @MuireannMusic All our Irish eyes will be smiling for you try not to get too overwhelmed , you’ll be amazi…

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Belarus: Helena Meraai is one of the favorites for tonight, but I fear she can be the flop of this edition. She has, indeed, one of the best camera works of this year (the beginning is so dramatic, with a bright white light and her profile). Everything was well done, the color choice (black and pink) fits the singer and the song, the vocals were kinda good, but it's too mature for Junior Eurovision - it could easily bring Belarus back to the top-10 in adult Eurovision. And we can't forget the similarity between Helena's performance and Ana Trincher's performance in 2015 - the floating sleeves, the platform, the wind machine.

Portugal: if Belarus can be the flop of the edition, Portugal can be one of the surprises. People didn't like the song but, after the first rehearsal, they saw some potential. Huge merit of RTP, who could bring something age-appropriated, colorful and fun to the stage (emojis!!!). Mariana is a sweetheart and she made us, from the press, and the fans fall in love with her - she got better and better and, at the jury's rehearsal, even after a technical problem, she could come back to the stage and delivery a great performance. We are not expecting a victory for "Youtuber", but I'm sure she can get their best result - a top-5 is not impossible!

Ireland: the most unpretentious performance of the night, yet the most sincere one. Muireann wrote her own song and she's enjoying the stage. She doesn't have a powerful voice, but everything she sings comes from the heart and this is really important! It's a very simple performance, but it makes us pay attention to her and to the song. I can say that the first rehearsal had some problems - she looked a bit scared and she had vocal problems, specially with the high note - but she got better day by day and she did very well in jury's rehearsal. As we can vote for 3 to 5 countries, some people can put the irish girl in the list.

Macedonia: "Dancing through life" has some really interesting moments - when the hood falls from Mina's head when she turns to the camera and the slow motion during the 'oh oh' part (I would avoid the green effect) - but it seems the girl is exhausted on the stage. She started with solid vocals but the quality was going down and, in the jury's final, she had some important mistakes. I'm also not in love with the white hood material - looks like surgical clothes. The overall performance looks too sexy for Junior Eurovision, so I'm afraid she can have the same result as Martija in 2016 - a fan-favorite flop.

Every time she strums that guitar she unleashed a 🌈 And she’s not afraid to #ShineBright in black and white. It’s Ireland’s @muireann.mcd.music 🇮🇪 #jesc #jesc2017 #junioreurovision #junioreurovision2017 Photo by @marcnetherlands for #wiwibloggs

Performing seventh in the running order for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is Muireann from Ireland! 🇮🇪 Want to vote for her? Then check out the voting details and a rehearsal recap below! 📺

Vote for IRELAND: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for IRELAND: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But

At Eurovision Ireland, we carry on looking at the history of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest - today it's 2011... https://t.co/kgjPtrv3tG

Special Irish #Eurovision winners DVD released: Which of #Ireland's 7 winning entries is your favourite? 🇮🇪️

Ireland: Special Irish Eurovision winners DVD released - ESCToday.com

Ireland: Special Irish Eurovision winners DVD released - ESCToday.com

Eurovision news 2018: A special DVD has been released to commemorate the seven Irish Eurovision victories. The DVD features archive footage of the seven winning Irish Eurovision

1in360 project acting as San Marino national preselection has announced shortlist of the Fan Club vote for the First Wildcard of the contest. 70 candidates have made the cut.

12 of them represent Italy, 9 - Malta, 6 - Germany, 5 - UK and Sweden, 4 - Belgium, 3 - Austria, 2 - South Africa, Spain, Ireland, Armenia, Greece, and 1 candidate from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Lithuania, Portugal, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Israel, Canada, Argentina, Zimbabwe each.

During the first vote which ended on 23 November, submissions from a number of OGAE fan clubs as well as other fan communities, some of which are organized as legal entities, whiles others are Facebook groups or Twitter handles have been received. All candidates nominated by fan clubs have been included in the shortlist, except for the candidates who have withdrawn from the contest and the Wiwibloggs duo, who instead were invited to participate in the fan club vote.

From now on fan clubs will not be allowed to vote for candidates from their own country, which will ensure that the overall outcome focuses on the artists' talent rather than national affiliation. Every fan club must vote on the usual 1-12 scale until 12 a.m. London time on December 1, 2017. The final voting will be made per country, that means if more than one club from a country takes part in the vote, their points will be aggregated in a single vote. To make their votes valid fan communities that are Facebook groups or a Twitter handles, need to demonstrate some robust online discussion so that only active online communities get a chance to shape the overall outcome.

Only one winner of the fan club vote will get the Wildcard to join other finalists of the televised preselection.

Shortlist of candidates of the Fan club vote for the 1st Wildcard:

Ana Maria Ganarul Perez (Spain)
Angelika Pushnova (Belarus)
Aurora Lecis (Italy)
Ben Robertson (UK)
Benjamin Coveliers (Belgium)
Bjorn Rosier (Belgium)
Carlos Morell
Chris Beer (Austria)
Colé van Dais (South Africa)
Dan Muscat (Malta)
Dario & Grecia Bezzina (Malta)
Dario Mifsud Bonnici (Malta)
Darragh Reck (Ireland)
Davide Greco (Italy)
Dianaerika Lettieri (Italy)
Dionisis Kostis (Greece)
Domenico Caringella (Italy)
Dominic Cini (Malta)
Elisa Castells (Italy)
Elvira Michieva (Germany)
Em Appelgren (Sweden)
Emily Herbert (UK)
Emma Sandström (Finland)
Ending Sequence (Spain)
Franklin Calleja (Malta)
Gail Attard (Malta)
GLORIA ZACCARIA (Italy)
HIlary Smile (Italy)
Isabelle Larm (Germany)
Italove (Sweden)
Jan Vehar (Slovenia)
Jenifer Besky (Germany)
Joena Steyaert (Belgium)
Jonas Hedqvist (Sweden)
Judah Gavra (Israel)
Julia Traser (Italy)
Justinas Stanislovaitis (Lithuania)
Karl William Lund (UK)
Kirsten Collins (Canada)
Luke Smith (UK)
Lyosha Dontsov (Ukraine)
Mada Ngoleka (Ireland)
Mahan Moin (Sweden)
Malcolm Pisani (Malta)
Maria Cassar (Malta)
Melissa Perilli (Germany)
Michele Imberti (Italy)
Miss Bliss (Austria)
Monika Ivkic (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Olivier Kaye (Belgium)
Ozzy Lino (Malta)
Pasqualino Alberto Leone (Italy)
Pierpaolo Tieri (Italy)
Rick Jurthe (Germany)
Romeo Lewis (UK)
Sada Vidoo (Denmark)
Safael Mishi (Azerbaijan)
Sara de Blue (Austria)
Sebastian Schmidt (Germany)
Silvia Vicinelli (Italy)
Sona Dunoyan (Armenia)
Stavros Pilichos (Greece)
Steven Sterling (South Africa)
Syuzanna Melqonyan (Armenia)
Tiago Braga (Portugal)
Tinashe Makura (Zimbabwe)
Vell Baria (Philippines)
Victoria Pederssen (Norway)
Yana Glushak-Sirena (Russia)
Ylva & Linda Persson (Sweden)

More info: http://esckaz.com/2018/smr.htm

1 in 360 | Eurovision 2018 | San Marino | London | FAN VOTE

1 in 360 | Eurovision 2018 | San Marino | London | FAN VOTE

1 in 360 is an online talent show aimed at finding the internet candidate and San Marino's official representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.

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