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Voting for the Eurovision Top 250 is now open! have opened the voting window for the Eurovision Top 250. The Belgian fansite will organise the voting for the third time, with the New Year’s Eve tradition now going into its anniversary tenth edition.

Voting links

You can vote for your ten all time favourites in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest through All you need to do is go to the website here, login through social media and off you go!

In the coming days, you’ll be able to go to the voting page easily through We will make sure to keep reminding you to vote for your favourites in the #ESC250. Voting will remain open for the next two weeks, so you have plenty of time to decide which ten songs deserve your points.

Who is your all time favourite?

In the next two weeks, the team will be introducing you to their all time Eurovision favourites. In a series of articles, we’ll be telling you which ten songs we have voted for. Is “Euphoria” also a favourite among our own editors?

The Swedish entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 has been a dominant force in the Eurovision Top 250 for years. Loreen was the runaway winner in last year’s list as well, beating Salvador Sobral and Jamala, who completed the top three. The oldest song to feature in the top ten last year was Sertab Erener’s “Everyway That I Can”, which won the contest in 2003.

We’re all curious to find out how the big guns of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will do. Where will Netta and Eleni Foureira finish? Will “Fuego” manage to beat “Toy”? If you want to know, make sure you listen to on December 31st this year. They will broadcast the full list of your 250 Eurovision favourites that day.

Vote for your favourites here!

Nick van Lith

I'm one of the founding members of Eleven years after the start, I'm proud to say that I am now the Editor-in-Chief of this wonderful website. When I'm not doing Eurovision stuff, you should be able to find me teaching German to kids... And cheering on everything and everyone Greek, pretty much. Pame Ellada!

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