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#ESC250 launches tonight for 2019!

Yes, it’s that time of year again! Fans from around the world are preparing their lists as the voting will open tonight for this year’s edition of ESC250. Will this year’s champion, Duncan Laurence, impact the top of the scoreboard or will Loreen remain the fan favourite?

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The format is simple: all you need to do is select your ten favourite Eurovision songs of all time. Then, the ESC250 team will combine your votes with everyone else’s to assemble this year’s hit list.

2019 is the eleventh year that Eurovision Top 250 has been held and for the past seven years, Loreen has been the victorious artist winning every year since 2012 with her Eurovision-winning “Euphoria”.

Last year’s highest new entry was Eurovision runner-up Eleni Foureira with her Cypriot entry “Fuego”. The top ten in 2018, including their variations on the year before, were:

  • 1. 🇸🇪Sweden 2012 – “Euphoria” – Loreen (=)
  • 2. 🇨🇾Cyprus 2018 – “Fuego” – Eleni Fouriera (New)
  • 3. 🇵🇹Portugal 2017 – “Amar Pelos Dois” – Salvador Sobral (-1)
  • 4. 🇺🇦Ukraine 2016 – “1944” – Jamala (-1)
  • 5. 🇧🇪Belgium 2017 – “City Lights” – Blanche (=)
  • 6. 🇮🇹Italy 2015 – “Grande Amore” – Il Volo (-2)
  • 7. 🇧🇪Belgium 2015 – “Rhythm Inside” – Loïc Nottet (+3)
  • 8. 🇪🇸Spain 2012 – “Quédate conmigo (Stay With Me)” – Pastora Soler (=)
  • 9. 🇹🇷Turkey 2003 – “Everyway That I Can” – Sertab Erener (-3)
  • 10. 🇳🇴Norway 1995 – “Nocturne” – Secret Garden (+16)

You can see the full results from 2019 on our website here.

Watch Loreen’s winning performance of “Euphoria” from the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 Grand Final, held in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Have you been making your mind up? Will Bucks Fizz be in your top ten? Is Duncan Laurence going to snatch the crown from Loreen? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, on social media @ESCXTRA and using #ESC250!

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