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XTRA Debate: Reading performance from the semi running order?
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XTRA Debate: Reading performance from the semi running order?

Last week, the EBU announced running order for the Eurovision 2019 semi-finals. Like almost every Eurovision fan, after listening to…
Meet the ESCXTRA Team! Part 35 – OLIVER
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Meet the ESCXTRA Team! Part 35 – OLIVER

As our team continues to grow, it means there are more of us that you can get to know! Therefore,…
Serhat’s ‘Say Na Na Na’ written in five minutes!
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Serhat’s ‘Say Na Na Na’ written in five minutes!

In a recent interview with INFE Cyprus, Serhat revealed how he came to represent San Marino in this year’s contest.…
Mahmood: Soldi will contain ‘no additions in English’
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Mahmood: Soldi will contain ‘no additions in English’

Italian representative Mahmood has ruled out including any English lyrics to his Eurovision performance of Soldi. In an interview with…
XTRA Debate: Is Ukraine’s loss Hatari’s gain?
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XTRA Debate: Is Ukraine’s loss Hatari’s gain?

Drama is no stranger to any edition of Eurovision, this year is certainly no exception. However, the shock withdrawal of…
XTRA Debate: Does an ‘international jury’ actually reflect an international taste?
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XTRA Debate: Does an ‘international jury’ actually reflect an international taste?

From its inception, juries have almost always had a role to play in the Eurovision Song Contest. In fact, to…
XTRA Debate: Should a song be staged like a music video?
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XTRA Debate: Should a song be staged like a music video?

Over the years, the Eurovision Song Contest has undergone a multitude of changes. Voting and language, to name a view.…
More details revealed about Australia Decides
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More details revealed about Australia Decides

There are only a few days to go until Australia’s first ever national final, aptly named Australia Decides. In advance…
XTRA Debate: Is there a problem with ‘bops’ in the Eurovision Song Contest?
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XTRA Debate: Is there a problem with ‘bops’ in the Eurovision Song Contest?

For a long time, the Eurovision Song Contest has become synonymous with a party. A party for everybody, well before…
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