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Gjon's Tears | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

Gjon's Tears | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

Gjon Muharremaj, known by his stage name Gjon's Tears is a Swiss singer and songwriter of Albanian-Kosovar descent. He also fronts an indie-pop band known as Gjon's Tears and the Weeping Willows. His stage name came from when he made his grandfather cry while he sang to him as a child. He...

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The Eurovision Song Contest Wiki began in December 2013 and is a go-to for all fans of Europe's Favourite TV Show, made by fans. You can help us add to 2,962 existing articles. Countdown to 2023. 162 days, 3 hours, 32 minutes and 27 seconds Semifinal 1. 164 days, 3 hours, 32 minutes and 27 seconds Semifinal 2.

Tout l'Univers | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

Next. "Boys Do Cry". "Tout l'Univers" (English: The whole universe) was the Swiss entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam, performed by Gjon's Tears, who had been chosen to represent the country the previous year before the Contest was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. It won the second semifinal and finished in 3rd place in ...

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08/06/2012 Kalush Orchestra are a Ukrainian rap group who were selected to represent their home country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin with the song "Stefania". They went on to win the Contest with 631 points, giving their country its third victory.

Tout l'univers | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

Boys Do Cry. Tout l'univers (Translation: "The Whole Universe") was the Swiss entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam performed by Gjon's Tears. It is the first Swiss song to be performed entirely in French since 2010 (not counting their cancelled 2020 entry ). It qualified from the second semifinal in 1st place.

Eurovision Song Contest 2020 | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

The Eurovision Song Contest 2020 was to have been staged at Rotterdam Ahoy in Rotterdam, Netherlands on 12, 14 and 16 May 2020. On 18 March 2020, the EBU announced that due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and after exploring other alternative options, the event would be cancelled...

Rpondez-moi | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

She Got Me. Tout l'univers. Rpondez-moi (translation: "Answer Me") was to have been the Swiss entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam performed by Gjon's Tears. It would have been the first entry from Switzerland to be performed in French since 2010 and was also considered as one of the favorites to win.

10 Years | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

"10 Years" was the Icelandic entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam, performed by the band Dai & Gagnamagni, who had been chosen to represent the country the previous year, before the Contest was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Due to a positive coronavirus case from...

Mneskin | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

They won the 71st edition of the San Remo Festival and accepted the invitation to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 with their winning song Zitti e buoni. They won the contest, giving Italy its first win since 1990.

Tears Getting Sober | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

Strained but my tears are getting sober now. And I've been here before so, Weight that I'm holding on my shoulders, I'm gonna let it go. This is my first time trying. Look how the tables turn. I've got this dirt inside me. I've got some space to grow. Your lies burn like sugar in my wounds.

Eurovision Song Contest 2021 | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 was the 65th edition of the long-running event. With the cancellation of the 2020 contest due to the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it was decided by the EBU in a deal reached with Dutch broadcasters NPO, NOS and AVROTROS that Rotterdam would pick up where it left off and once again be the host city, with the shows being held at Rotterdam Ahoy.

Gjon's Tears - Wikipedia

Gjon Muharremaj, known professionally as Gjon's Tears, is a Swiss singer and songwriter. He was scheduled to represent Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song "Rpondez-moi" prior to the event's cancellation. He was internally selected again as the country's representative for the 2021 contest with "Tout l'univers". He finished in third place with 432 points, the best placing for Switzerland since 1993.

Eurovision Song Contest | Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

The Eurovision Song Contest (abbreviated ESC), is a real song contest. Most of the online song contests which the Song Contest Wiki is all about are based on the Eurovision Song Contest. Most of the online song contests are trying to be as similar to ESC as possible with countries competing against each other and the voting system of giving 12, 10 and 8 to 1 points.

Eurovision Song Contest 2021 | Proper Music Wiki | Fandom

18/05/2021 The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 was the 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. The contest was be held in London, England, United Kingdom, following the country's victory at the 2019 contest with the song "Countdown" by Celestial Sphere. The United Kingdom was due to host the 2020 contest, before it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Eurovision Song Contest 2021 | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

18/05/2021 The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 was the 65th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest. It was held at the Ahoy Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands following Duncan Laurence giving the country its fifth win at the 2019 Contest in Tel Aviv with the song "Arcade". The Contest consisted of two semi-finals and a final held on 18, 20 and 22 May respectively.

Grow | Eurovision Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

When I'm sad, I am unreasonableJust like a little kid, mad at the worldWhen I'm alone, I am defenselessJust like the boy I was, afraid in the darkDon't take it personally, don't be offendedDon't mind my mood changing like the weatherGod knows I tried to hold it all togetherOh, I'm getting older and it ain't what I thought it would beWide ...

Eurovision Quiz Night | Song Contest Wiki | Fandom

06/08/2022 Eurovision Quiz Night is a regular Quiz about the Eurovision Song Contest. It began in August 2022. The Eurovision Quiz Nights participants are made of Quiz teams, made up of people from their home countries. There can be as little as one person on a team or as many as apply. They will...

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Trivia. As of the 20th of July 2020, the song's music video earned over 134 million views on the Eurovision YouTube channel, making it the channel's most-watched video to date and beating the record previously held by Israel's 2018 entry. The song is included in the video game Just Dance 2021.