“THAT Eurovision Site” would not exist without the work of its members, who are working to ensure that they bring you Eurovision coverage with a slice of life!. Despite only launching in Early 2021, our site consists of 10 members, spanning all over the world from USA to Australia. Find out more about the team here:
The Core Team
🇬🇧/🇵🇭 Tim Jumawan
Head of News Content / Editor in Chief
Tim first learnt about Eurovision in 2007, after he moved to the UK, but he did not become a Eurofan until 2013. Since then he has followed the contest religiously.
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Tim’s Social Media:
- Twitter – @esc_tim
- Instagram – @eurovisiontj
- Facebook – @eurovisiontj
- Tik-Tok – @eurovisiontj
/ Rory Gannon
Head of “That Eurovision Podcast” / Editor in Chief
Rory first discovered Eurovision in 2005, but it wasn’t until 2007 that the Eurovision addiction really hit. Every year since then, Rory has been adamantly watching national finals, the semi-finals and final, interpreting results and looking at how Eurovision affects actual politics – he even did his dissertation in the Contest!
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Rory’s Social Media:
- Twitter – @theprivateroryg
- Instagram – @roreo.g
Rosie’s first Eurovision memory is watching Jemini perform in 2003, and yet somehow she’s still here now helping to run a Eurovision fan site! She dedicates most of her life working towards love love peace peace in its various forms, and is probably singing an underrated fave somewhere right now.
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Rosie’s Social Media:
- Twitter – @eurosievision
- Instagram – @pictureswithrosie
Social Media Co-Ordinator
Jazzi is from Leeds in the United Kingdom. Jazzi’s favourite Eurovision countries include Finland and Ukraine. Jazzi’s favourite Eurovision entry is Softengine’s ‘Something Better’. Jazzi has attended Eurovision once in 2019 in Tel Aviv, but is hoping to get to Rome in 2022.
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Jazzi’s Social Media:
- Twitter – @AllThatJazz_i
- Instagram – jazzidibben1
- Facebook – @jazzi.dibben1
/ Angus Postma
Angus started watching Eurovision in 2014, and fell in love with the contest immediately. He somehow still hasn’t managed to actually attend the contest live, but hopes that 2022 will change that.
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Angus’ Social Media:
- Twitter – @fightandwrite
- Instagram – @fightingandwriting
- Tumblr – fightingandwriting.tumblr.com
/ Helen Groothuis
Helen first discovered Eurovision in 2014 and became a full-on Eurofan in 2018 just before moving to the UK. She’s been attempting to get her American friends to watch ever since
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Helen’s Social Media:
- Twitter – @helenmarie95
- Instagram – @helenmarie_95
- Youtube – filmgeek520
//🇬🇧 Isabelle Schoelcher
Isabelle is a French-Persian polyglot living in the UK. They’ve been watching Eurovision casually since 2008, but 2021 took their love for the contest to the next level. They’re looking forward to enjoying all the twists and turns of future seasons as a self-confessed Eurofan.
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Isabelle’s Social Media:
- Twitter – @IsabelleSolmaz
Stuart is a wholehearted Eurovision fanatic, from Glenrothes in Scotland, his fascination for ESC can be traced back to a singing turkey. He has a love of most types of music that is well catered for at Eurovision. A lover of a Balkan ballad or an Italian masterpiece. Each year Stuart will make the effort to somehow manage to make time to rewatch the contests, including semi-finals, from 2008 onward (with UK Commentary) in the weeks preceding Eurovision.
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Stuart’s Social Media:
- Twitter: @isthisstuart
- Instagram: @isthisstuart
- Snapchat: stuart-fire
- YouTube: IsThisStuart
- TikTok: isthisstuart
- Reddit: u/isthisstuart
Ben was first introduced to Eurovision in 2014, but it wasn’t until 2019 that he finally tuned in live to the contest. Ever since then, he’s obsessed over national finals and tried to get his American friends to watch with him.
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Ben’s Social Media:
- Twitter – @YoungAEngineer
Janek is from Poland. His favorite Eurovision countries are Ukraine, France and Italy. Their favorite Eurovision entries are “Hold Me Closer” by Cornelia Jakobs and “Kuula” by Ott Lepland. He hasn’t been to the contest in person before but hopes they will be able to see one in person soon.
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Jan’s Social Media:
- Twitter – @banquettenma
- Instagram – @pallad99
Shiloh has been a fan of Eurovision since 2016. He enjoys ballads and politics–two things most other Eurofans hate!
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Shiloh’s Social Media:
- Twitter: @isunshower
- Instagram: @shilohhc_
- Tumblr: @deep-hearts-core
Euan has been a Eurofan since 2010. He has an intense love of the 60s era of the contest and will mostly likely be found stanning a rock song or a male-sung piano ballad
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Euan’s Social Media:
- Twitter: @ImFukinEuropean
- Instagram: @Worst_and_best_case_scenario
Ben is a university student who first discovered Eurovision in 2015 when he was only 11 years old and has been watching the contest since 2018. Ben also has hopes in attending the 2023 contest held in Liverpool this May!
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Ben’s social media:
- Twitter: @FuegoReplay_ESC
- Instagram: ben.w_x
Photographer & Video Editor
Photographer & Video Editor for “That Eurovision Site”
Max fell in love with Eurovision after watching Måns win in 2015, but it wasn’t until he stumbled across a Melfest song in 2017 (Running with Lions by Alice!) on Spotify that he discovered the fabulous world of national finals. Since then, he’s been to the contest in Lisbon and various other events – one of his favourite memories is singing Move with The Mamas in Stockholm!
Max’s Social Media:
- Twitter – @IAmMaxDoughty
- Instagram – @maxedoughty
Contributor for “That Eurovision Podcast” and Podcast Editor
Lewis knew he was a fan of Eurovision from the moment Lordi held up that trophy but never knew what good company he was in until recently. He sings, dances, and hosts a mean Eurovision party, and he’s currently taking his first steps into full-fledged Eurofandom.
Find out more about Lewis right here