It’s back! The (in)famous ESC United “Expert” Panel is returning once again! While we don’t claim to be professionally qualified to judge anything, we certainly have strong opinions, so our staff and editors got together to review all 41 of the songs taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 which will take place in Tel Aviv, Israel this May.  Which song are we going to pick as our overall favorite, and will #YOU agree with us or decide on a different winner?

After a great fourth place in 2018, Germany wants to repeat its success at the contest. In the end, it was the duo S!sters that ended up winning Unser Lied für Israel with their song “Sister”. The two young singers were put together specifically for the show and won over the hearts of the televoters and the International Jury. Did they win over the ESC United team, that is the big question! You can watch the Offical Video HERE.

Watch our video to get our detailed thoughts and scores and don’t forget to vote in the poll. What score do you give to the German entry? Will the reader’s results differ greatly from ours? We’ll find out soon enough. You can find the team’s individual score in the video description box.

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Please continue the conversation on our Forum HERE

Current ESC United Team Ranking:

  1. ALBANIA: Jonida Maliqi – Ktheju tokës 7.00
  2. BELGIUM: Eliot – Wake Up 6.73
  3. GERMANY: S!sters – Sister 6.19
  4. CROATIA: Roko – The Dream 4.53

 

Reader’s Ranking

  1. ALBANIA: Jonida Maliqi – Ktheju tokës 6.89
  2. BELGIUM: Eliot – Wake Up Ongoing
  3. GERMANY: S!sters – Sister Ongoing
  4. CROATIA: Roko – The Dream Ongoing
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2 Comments

  1. eug ferreira

    March 30, 2019 at 01:23

    I don’t like this entry. Why do they sing i English?!

  2. eug ferreira

    March 30, 2019 at 01:54

    completely forgetful. 2 points

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