Our #ESC250 votes – Part 4: Tim, Simon, Costa

It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for part 4 of our ESC250 series. So let’s have a look at who Tim, Simon, and Costa voted for this year. Make sure you go through all of the pages, and let us know if we share any favorites.

Tim: My entries are very recent, please don’t judge me!

I started watching the Eurovision Song Contest since I moved to the United Kingdom back in 2006. I did not start my detailed following until 2013, and my REALLY detailed following until 2016. If it’s a classic, there’s a chance I’ll like it, but I know people will slate me and say I’m terrible, but to them I say, please respect everyone’s opinions and choices!!! THANK YOU!!!!!

#10 –  Aisel – X My Heart  (Azerbaijan 2018)

THIS DID NOT DESERVE TO BE THE FIRST AZERI DNQ. LET ME REPEAT, THIS DID NOT DESERVE TO BE THE FIRST AZERI DNQ. I really have strong feelings about Aisel not making it to the Grand Final. There are other entries which deserved this award *cough* Samra *cough* but overall, this is a guilty pleasure and it is one of my most played songs ever.

#9 –  Mei Finegold – Same Heart  (Israel 2014)

One of the best Israeli entries this decade and Europe doesn’t even bring it to the final?, this track had everything, it sounds current, and the song complimented her voice really well and I really like how she easily switched between English and Hebrew.

#8 –  Greta Salome – Hear Them Calling (Iceland 2016)

If there was an entry which I think should have qualified, If I can get that chance to change it, it’s this!!!! She deserved that qualification, and I am still bitter about it’s DNQ, I look at the ten qualifiers in that first semi-final and I can easily swap Greta out for someone *cough* Samra *cough*. This was in my Top 5 in 2016 and I literally cried when she was not called on the night.

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Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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