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Please Vote for Australia in Eurovision!

I’m proud to say that this morning was the first time I have ever voted in the Eurovision song contest. (I tried at the semifinal, but I misunderstood the instructions.) I voted for Azerbaijan and a man who sang with cartoons. 193 more words

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Australia and The United Kingdom

This song is guaranteed to win! That’s because Eurovision votes are statistically distributed amongst geopolitical historical blocs. Australia has no Euro geopolitical links (despite Abbott’s attempts at reviving knighthoods), so it will automatically win all the spite votes, and that’s pretty much all of them. 122 more words

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May 20 / Second Rehearsal Austrialia: title

VIENNA, AUSTRIA – The performance is totally Australian themed. People might like this different style with the abstract and city highways and the huge road lights but here it hasn’t impressed anyone. 77 more words


Australian Commentator Disses UK's Entry

Australian commentator for SBS, Julia Zemiro, has dissed the UK’s song for this year’s contest at the opening ceremony for the Eurovision on Sunday. In an interview with Wiwibloggs, the host was asked if there was a friendly rivalry between first time entrants Australia and the UK. 160 more words


2015 Review: Australia

It might have taken a while (read: less than one week), but I finally got over the shock of Australia participating after Jon Ola Sand’s announcement. 220 more words


May 17 / First Rehearsal Australia: in an Aussie style


Guy Sebastian is definitely presenting something different on stage. With his Aussie hat he is using street light pros and graphics as well while along with his backing singers and lights in-between his legs is giving definitely a presentation that we haven’t see so far in the other countries. 160 more words


VIENNESE VERDICTS | The EBJ Jury Reviews (Part 8) + Our 2015 Top 40!

And then there were five. No, I’m not referring to the days left until Eurovision gets underway – although there’s about five of those left too (depending on your time zone and method of counting stuff and…stuff). 3,753 more words