A new favorite has emerged, according to the bookkeepers.
When 10 of the entries are toss-ups for qualifying, you know it’s going to be a good Eurovision semi-final.
Croatia may be playing spoiler in the second semi-final, making this year’s Eurovision Song Contest that much more unpredictable.
There is a clear YouTube front-runner after the first round of Eurovision semi-final rehearsals.
Now that the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest is down to 42 participants, what countries are the top ten for YouTube views?
Serbia may have the song of the summer with Tijana Bogićević’s “In Too Deep” but does that translate to Eurovision success?
There has been some shuffling in the standings for YouTube views for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest entries. Is it too early to declare a favorite?
Will new videos boost viewership numbers for some of the underperforming countries on the Eurovision YouTube channel?
Now that we have week-to-week data and all 43 songs available, which Eurovision entries are the movers and shakers and possible favorites in Kyiv?
Is Tijana Bogićević’s “In Too Deep” for Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest?