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Dima Kobeshavidze left Georgian Idol project

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One contender Dima Kobeshavidze, who received least votes, dropped out of the race in the second tour of project Georgian Idol, musical megaproject of First Channel. The remaining seven finalists will continue battling to represent Georgia at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest: Oto Nemsadze, Giorgi Nakashidze, Nini Tsnobiladze,  Ikako Aleksidze, Tamar[…]

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Voting for contenders of Georgian Idol

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The voting will be possible through Facebook once every 12 hours. TV viewers should search for an official, verified page of Georgian Idol on Facebook from a computer, a smartphone or tablet, open a Messenger, find the favorite contender’s name and ‘Vote.’ Voting is also possible through calling a number[…]

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Georgian Idol – First live show

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Two contenders Beso Nemsadze and Mariam Kakhelishvili, who received least votes in the first tour, left the project Georgian Idol, musical megaproject of First Channel. The first live show of Georgian Idol, musical megaproject of First Channel was held at Tbilisi Concert Hall yesterday. TV viewers are to reveal the[…]

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“Fuego” is the most streamed Eurovision 2018 song on Spotify….with “Toy” in 3rd place

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Success in Eurovision doesn’t always mean commercial success outside of the Eurovision bubble. And the placing of a song in Eurovision doesn’t always harmonise with how popular it was before the contest or how popular it becomes after the contest. Aussievision has made a list of the most streamed Eurovision 2018 songs on Spotify and[…]

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