Blazing Divas – Hottest Eurovision Performances – Women Who Set The Stage On Fire – Top 10 – BMMag

Blazing Divas – Hottest Eurovision Performances – Women Who Set The Stage On Fire – Top 10

Are you ready to feel the heat of the Eurovision stage? With Eurovision fever running high these days, we wanted to remember the female singers who lit up the Eurovision stage with their electrifying dance moves.

It wasn’t easy choosing just 10, with so many fiery performances deserving a spot. If there’s a female singer that you think we should have included in our list, please let us know in the comments section! Meanwhile, sit back, relax, and get ready to feel the burn of the hottest Eurovision performances. You’re in for a treat!

10- Eleftheria Eleftheriou – Aphrodisiac – 2012
2012 was the year of mini skirts. Although the result was disappointing for the Greek representative Eleftheria Eleftheriou, no one can deny that this song rocked the stage.

9- Ivi Adamou – La La Love – 2012
It’s 2012 again, and it’s another burst of energy. Ivi Adamou was surely expecting a much better result with this song.

8- Hadise – Düm Tek Tek – 2009
2009 was one of the most impressive years of the Eurovision Song Contest. Despite having some problems with her vocals in the final, Hadise still managed to come 4th thanks to her dance moves and strong stage presence.

7- Aysel & Arash – Always – 2009
A fiery song from the land of fire. It was Aysel’s hot and lively dance moves, that elevated the hotness levels of this performance. Although they had to settle for the 3rd place on the night, this song could have easily won Eurovision in a different year.

6- Ruslana – Wild Dances – 2004
It’s hard to deny that in the last two decades, the Eurovision stands have turned into a stadium-like atmosphere, complete with an energetic crowd. 2004 was the Eurovision that started it all, and Ruslana was such a big part of that transformation.

5- Helena Paparizou – My Number One – 2005
The more we look at other songs from 2005, the more we think that Helena Paparizou was one of the worthiest winners of Eurovision. This unforgettable performance of Helena definitely deserves our applause.

4- Sertab Erener – Everyway That I Can – 2003
We bet if Sertab Erener had not won the Eurovision with this song in 2003, most of the performances on this list would not even exist. It is no coincidence that all stage burning attempts on this list, chronologically occurred after Sertab’s victory. The lethal combination of world-class vocals and belly dance figures in Sertab’s performance caused an explosion of similar songs in the following years.

3- Ani Lorak – Shady Lady – 2008
In 2008, the votes were divided between many stage burners, which ultimately helped Dima Bilan’s ballad win the contest. Ani Lorak had caused an earthquake with her adrenaline-filled performance. We are not sure if there will ever be anyone like her again.

2- Chanel – SloMo – 2022
Eurovision fans are thankful to Jennifer Lopez for passing on this song that was originally intended for her. Thanks to Chanel’s incredible dancing performance, SloMo turned out to be one of the hottest performances in Eurovision history.

1- Eleni Foureira – Fuego – 2018
Eleni and her song Fuego which means “fire” in Spanish, was our inspiration for this video. This list would never have been made without Fuego. With one of the best individual dance performances in Eurovision history, Eleni Foureira deserves to be at the top, more than anyone else. She literally set the stage on fire with her blazing performance. “Fuego” certainly lived up to its name. There was never any doubt that Eleni would take the number one spot.

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