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The best of Tik-Tok from Eurovision stars so far…

Since the whole world has started to go into lock down a few months back, everyone has started to decide to learn about Tik-Tok and how how to use it.

Obviously Eurovision stars are not exempted and have posted some amusing Tik-Tok’s to keep us amused during this period. Needless to say that the Icelandic Eurovision entry for 2020 sure became a hit on the app.

So we scoured Tik-Tok and below, you are able to find some of the best Tik-Tok’s we’ve seen from Eurovision stars so far.

Eleni Foureira – Cyprus (2018)

A couple of months in since we were told to stay in our homes, some countries are already easing their lock down restrictions. This Tik-Tok from Eleni has managed to basically sum up how we have all been feeling during this quarantine period.


##bored ##boredathome ##boredchallange

♬ BORED IN THE HOUSE – Curtis Roach

Duncan Laurence – The Netherlands (2019)

Reigning Eurovision champion Duncan Laurence, was certainly creative with his Tik-Tok, the take on his Tik-Tok was witty and creative, and he was even able to incorporate his song ‘Love Don’t Hate It’ into it.


♬ original sound – duncanlaurence

Lena – Germany (2010 & 2011)

Eurovision 2010 winner Lena reminisced about her win, which believe it or not was a decade ago. In her Tik-Tok, she recreated her ‘Satellite’ look when she performed in Oslo. Find out more by clicking below:

Edurne – Spain (2015)

It’s bee five years since Edurne set foot on the Eurovision stage with her song ‘Amanecer’. To celebrate the five year anniversary, she did a ‘Wipe It Down’ Tik-Tok with her wearing her iconic Eurovision outfit.


En ocasiones veo recuerdos… 🤩##wipeitdown ##wipeitdownchallenge ##eurovision ##5añosya ##parati

♬ Wipe It Down – BMW KENNY
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One Comment

  1. The Mamas (Sweden 2020, backing singers for John 2019) and Dotter (Melfest Runner up 2020) made cool videos together to each others songs – well worth a watch too!

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