Eurovision Trivia: So You Think You Know… Bulgaria

We’re continuing on to a country that’s caught a lot of attention recently with a sharp turnaround in fortunes. After a couple of years out, Bulgaria returned to Eurovision in a new image and got two top 5 results in quick succession. They have some really interesting trivia facts to go through.

With some weeks before we begin looking forward to Eurovision 2019, it’s that time in a Eurovision fan’s year to reflect on past years and all the good music and events they brought. And, also, some trivia.

So You Think You Know… is a new series that will arrive each Wednesday, each time focusing on a new active Eurovision country. We are continuing alphabetically. Croatia will be next.

Prior to their current run of form beginning in 2016, how many times had Bulgaria qualified for the grand final?

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Indeed, only once, with the wonderful Water in 2007.

Poli Genova wowed us all in 2016. What was the name of her first entry in 2011?

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Sofi Marinova missed out on the final through a tiebreak with which country?

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Bulgaria's debut Lorraine used which of these rhymes?

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Outstanding lyricism I'm sure you'll agree

Who did Deep Zone collaborate with?

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Which language of non European origin was used by Sofi Marinova in Love Unlimited?

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She did include Turkish and Azerbaijani for languages that straddle the border, this contest of course being in Baku. This makes it to date the only entry with Azerbaijani at all

Which Bulgarian entry reached the highest in the UK charts?

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#73 for Beautiful Mess, beating Poli from the hrs before by one point

How many singers make up Equinox?

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Who has Bulgaria given the most points?

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What does ‘Samo Shampioni’ mean

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If you haven’t already played them (or just want to play them again), check out the below links for the So You Think You Know… quizzes from past weeks.








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