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Europe in a Day’s BIRTHDAY EUROVISION 2021 – VOTE for your winner!

Good evening Europe, this is Madrid calling! Following the success of Europe in a Day’s Birthday Eurovision 2020, the contest returns for a second year!

After last year’s contest in London, the winner was Spain with their beautiful ballad ‘Quédate Conmigo’ by Pastora Soler. That means this year’s edition of the contest is being hosted in the bustling Spanish capital Madrid!

This year, a record breaking 32 countries from around the continent are taking part in the contest. Since last year, Albania, Belarus and Serbia have all joined the Europe in a Day family and will be entering songs to the contest!

Since the Europe in a Day countries and territories of England, the Faroe Islands, Gibraltar, the Isle of Man, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Scotland, Transnistria, Wales and Vatican City have never entered the actual Eurovision Song Contest independently, they won’t be entering songs into Birthday Eurovision – but their juries are standing by ready to vote!

The 32 eligible songs were put into a randomiser to determine a running order and listed below. National juries from each of the 32 singing countries and the 10 non-competing nations will have their say, while your votes cast below will form the results of the televote. So don’t delay, give your 12 points now!

You have until AUGUST 30TH to take a look and pick your Top 10 favourites. Then, on August 31st (Europe in a Day’s 6th birthday) we’ll find out who is the winner of Europe in a Day’s Birthday Eurovision!

All that’s left to say is: Good Evening Europe, this is Madrid calling! Or better yet: ¡Buenas noches Europa, Madrid esta llamando!

01 – ICELAND – Hear Them Calling (2016)

02 – THE NETHERLANDS – De Eerste Keer (1996)

03 – MONACO – Toi, La Musique Et Moi (1976)

04 – HUNGARY – Origo (2017)

05 – NORWAY – Alltid Sommer (1998)

06 – FRANCE – Mon Alliée (The Best In Me) (2020)

07 – BELARUS – Historyja Majho Žyccia (2017)

08 – IRELAND – Is Always Over Now? (1998)

09 – LITHUANIA – On Fire (2020)

10 – SWITZERLAND – Giorgio (1958)

11 – NORTH MACEDONIA – Lost And Found (2018)

12 – LUXEMBOURG – Sou Fräi (1992)

13 – BELGIUM – Envie De Vivre (2000)

14 – SPAIN – Dime (2003)

15 – SERBIA – Oro (2008)

16 – FINLAND – Työlki Ellää (2010)

17 – CYPRUS – San Aggelos S’Agapisa (2011)

18 – LATVIA – What For? (2010)

19 – ROMANIA – Miracle (2014)

20 – ITALY – Rapsodia (1992)

21 – POLAND – I Follow My Heart (2006)

22 – SLOVAKIA – I’m Still Alive (2011)

23 – ALBANIA – Zemrën E Lamë Peng (2008)

24 – CZECH REPUBLIC – Hope Never Dies (2015)

25 – DENMARK – Det’ Lige Det (1984)

26 – SAN MARINO – Say Na Na Na (2019)

27 – BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA – Ljubav Je (2016)

28 – ANDORRA – La Mirad Interior (2005)

29 – ESTONIA – The Lucky One (2021)

30 – GERMANY – Ein Lied Kann Eine Brücke Sein  (1975)

31 – CROATIA – Marija Magdalena (1999)

32 – SWEDEN – Se På Mig (1995)

Europe, start voting now! You can vote for your TOP TEN (10) favourites!

Author: James Scanlan
Banner Image Source: Europe in a Day, edited from Shutterstock.com

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