My New Blog!

rupaulNow that Eurovision is over for another year I’ve found myself at a loss for something to blog about…JK! I have started a new blog about Reality TV.

If it sounds like something you would like to read about you can find it here. It kicks off with a look at RuPaul’s Drag Race finalists for Season Six. Enjoy! x

Eurovision Rewind: 2013

D-day is finally here. After months of waiting the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Final is almost upon us. While we wait with baited breath for all the performers to take to the stage in Copenhagen this evening, we look back on last year’s winner; Denmark’s Emmelie de Forest’s ‘Only Teardrops’.

Twitter Battles: Final

With tomorrow’s Eurovision final looming we have finally whittled our Eurovision Battles down to just two candidates and it’s time for you to vote in our Twitter Battle final by following us on Twitter @tabooeurovision Continue reading

Eurovision Rewind: 2002

Today’s Rewind takes us back to 2002 and to one of my favourite Eurovision entries for the United Kingdom. Have a listen and see if you remember Pop Idol finalist Jessica Garlick’s ‘Come Back’.


Semi Final 2: Why Were the Results Delayed?

EBU's Jan Ola Sand

EBU’s Jan Ola Sand

There was an awkward moment when presenter Lisa Ronne approached EBU President Jan Ola Sand at last night’s semi final 2 to confirm that the votes were all confirmed and ready to be announced. Continue reading

Latest Betting Odds: Austria closing on Sweden

Conchita Rises in Betting Odds

Conchita Rises in Betting Odds

Semi Final 2 has improved the chances for Austria’s Conchita Wurst. Moving the drag act up to second favourite. The acts have moved former favourite Armenia considerably down in the Bookies’ odds. Check ou Continue reading

The Final: Running Order Announced

UK's chances ruined by drawing slot 26?

UK’s chances ruined by drawing slot 26?

The running order for the final of Eurovision has been announced. The running order has a huge impact on your chances of winning. Very rarely do songs that are performed in the early stages of the Continue reading