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BabbaQ (talk·contribs) – I have a big interest in ESC. And I'm a huge Eurovision fan for almost all my life.
Bearnard O'Riain. (talk·contribs) - Thanks for the invitation! I'm a long-time fan of the Contest from Ireland. Remembers watching since Riga, grew more interested in Helsinki and is now truly obsessed with it. Specialising in improving article coverage in the Irish Wikipedia, as well as accuracy of templates and any Ireland-specific Contest updates. Also a ILR Level 3 German speaker. Always aiming for a high standard of writing in any articles or contributions and always happy to be of assistance.
Ben76210 (talk·contribs) – French Eurofan. Worked mainly in the French Wikipedia on Eurovision, Olympics and Beyoncé (GA for ESC 2012 for example)
Dfizzles (talk·contribs) – I'm a Eurovision fan from the US. I have primarily worked on the dreaded scoreboard sections for Eurovision Song Contest 2012. I will happily assist with any edits or contributions especially while the majority of Eurovision fans are sleeping!
EuroFan98 (talk·contribs) – I am a Eurovision fan since 2008, and thank you for inviting me, to be honest. I will help Wikipedia with the Eurovision pages. I did previously help a unknown user with creating the JESC 2014 site. First time I were here, I did create a wiki on Wikipedia called JESC 2011. I am from the country who must return, Norway.
Fort esc (talk·contribs) – Fan from the United Kingdom, i will occasionally help edit Eurovision-related pages. I added the infobox to the Junior Eurovision article in June 2012. Currently working on the Eurovision Young Musicians, most notably the 2014 contest. Happy to be part of this amazing project.
Grk1011 (talk·contribs) – I help out pretty much everywhere and my activities include updating project pages and organizing the project as a whole. I focus most of my attention on Greece's participation, but I also tend to go through and make sure that all pages are consistent within the project. I don't edit much currently, but I do check my talk page and watchlist daily.
Not A Superhero (talk·contribs) – . Obsessed with the contest. English is not my primary language, but I have a decent level. Also, I can help translating content from/to Spanish if needed.
Okras (talk·contribs) – Interested in JESC, accredited as press member here for last 3 years.
Ovidarch (talk·contribs) – Big fan of the Eurovision Song Contest since 2011 (the best Eurovision year, based on the quality of all the songs) living in London , originally from The Netherlands . Adding information, fixing and editing since 2013 on Wikipedia.
Redpower94 (talk·contribs) – I started creating point tables in the Country in the Eurovision Song Contest and created five 2009 pages. I created almost all Country in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 and update them.
Rhysy54 (talk·contribs) – Massive eurovision fan- currently jut updating the pages to remove 2013 as current link. Not an active wiki user but like to help when I can.
Rodger42 (talk·contribs) - Massive Eurovision fan since 2007 (when I was 6). Hope to help as much as I can (mainly around the UK page (main and yearly)).
SGriffin94 (talk·contribs) – Born and raised in the USA. Hoping to become the biggest Eurovision fan in the United States!
Spa-Franks (talk·contribs) – I watched the Eurovision Song Contest in 2010, fell in love with the UK's song and haven't looked back since... And I was a Eurovision "hater" the years before then... I can do a limited amount of French, which may help some of you. As well as a bit of Latin.
StevenRulez (talk·contribs) - I am a massive Eurovision fan and a eurovision mastermind. I'm started to get into eurovision in 2009. When I watched the one in Moscow I instantly fell in love with it. I have every eurovision DVD (including the junior eurovision ones) and it keeps on growing. I'll be adding more eurovision info when it comes in through all eurovision websites.
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