Eurovision Challenge: Day 18

Worst ever entry (dah dah DAHHHHH!)

Boy, was I scared of this question! As a Eurovision obsessive, I’m reluctant to bestow such a title on just one of the 1000+ entries from the last 56 years, despite the fact that I do find some of the songs awful. Plus, I’m only really well acquainted with the songs that I like from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, not those at the lower end of the table, which are the ones I tend to dislike (except 90% of the songs that have come last, which I seem to love).

So what’s the solution? Well, I’m going to be a chicken and not pick just one bad, bad song today. Instead, I present to you a bunch of songs that I feel I know well enough to say, ‘GOD, I hate that!’. Enjoy…or not.

¿Quién Maneja Mi Barca? by Remedios Amaya (Spain 1983)

Envie de Vivre by Nathalie Sorce (Belgium 2000)

No Dream Impossible by Lindsay Dracass (UK 2001)

Dans Le Jardin De Mon Âme by Francine Jordi (Switzerland 2002)

That Sounds Good to Me by Josh Dubovie (UK 2010)


About Jaz

Hi there – I’m Jaz, a 28-year-old Aussie with a serious Eurovision obsession. The ESC is the biggest and best party on the planet, and I like to keep it going way beyond May. That’s why I write about anything and everything contest-related (the songs, the costumes, my undying love for Ott Lepland...) on my blog. Visit and subscribe for rankings, reviews and stacks more fun stuff. You’ll get an automatic douze points from me if you do!

Posted on September 20, 2011, in Random Stuff and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Agree with your choice, but for me the worst song is… Sweden 2011. Shocked, eh? I really can’t stand that song, while I still able to listen the 5 songs you picked as the worst 😀


    • *shocked face* Really? The worst EVER??? Haha, I can understand why you wouldn’t like it, but personally I do! Although I accept that the songwriters can’t have spent a heap of time on the lyrics…..


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