| TiBB Christmasvision Song Contest 2018|
|Final date||21 December 2018|
|Voting results date||24 December 2018|
|Venue||B&W Hallerne, Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Executive supervisor|| Josiah Stuart|
|Executive producer||Asthena Thanou|
|Host broadcaster|| Main: |
|Opening act|| Final: "It Wasn't Me" performed by Saggy ft. Jazza|
The XX countries will be introduced in the traditional flag ceremony"
Results: "A Moment Like This" by Kelly Clarkson
|Number of entries||1 (provisional)|
|Voting system||Each country/jury awards 12, 10, 8–1 points to their top 10 songs; whilst the judges rank all of the songs peformed from 1-XX, giving 2-XX points to the songs.|
|TiBB Christmasvision Song Contest|
The TiBB Christmasvision Song Contest 2018 is the 15th edition (5th Christmasvision) of the annual TiBB Eurovision Song Contest musical event. The contest is taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark, following kirklancaster's victory in the TiBB Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The contest consists of a final, which will took place on 21 December 2018; and a voting results show on Christmas Eve, 24 December 2018. The shows will be presented by Josiah Stuart.
This was Josiah's second contest as executive supervisor, with Shaun coming back as co-executive supervisor and voting director, after Josiah took over from Shaun for the TiBB Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
This edition (like the previous edition), Josiah Stuart is hosting. This will be the second time in TiBB Eurovision or Christmasvision with just 1 host.
The competition will consist of 1 grand final and 1 voting results show, a format which has been in use since the start of the TiBB Eurovision Song Contest. This edition, due to time constraints; will not be simulcast on YouTube. However, Josiah will be making videos of hosting bits (including revealing the winner).
The number of participants has been set at a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 22.
The variation of the judges' voting system was continued on from the past 2 editions, each judge has anywhere from 2 points and up (in a system of 2s) to allocate to each song ranked by personal preference.
The public voting system from the previous edition was removed due to backlash.
The final running order of the competing performances at the final was decided by Shaun; and released days before the show begins.
This year's graphic design is made up of multiple triangles (as mountains) against a yellow-to-blue gradient background. The main TiBB Christmasvision logo has also gone under a slight redesign by Josiah. This will be the seventh TiBB Eurovision or Christmasvision with a scoreboard made by Josiah. This will also be the sixth TiBB Eurovision/Christmasvision with video postcards made by Josiah.
This year (like TiBB Eurovision 2018 earlier in the year), the postcards will be a bit different; as they include the contest theme logo and the flag icons. Song identification was again removed from the postcards, and have been placed in banners for song posts and the voting details.
The following TiBB members will be the 10 judges in the TiBB Christmasvision Song Contest 2018.
NOTE: bold text represents those participating in the contest.
Provisional list of ParticipantsEdit
Participating members (in alphabetical country order)Edit
- Josiah. - Denmark
- Josiah has now set a record number of consecutive participations for the same country (Denmark) with 8 contests in a row.
- This will be the first edition where the voting results place 3 days after the performances.
|TiBB Eurovision Song Contest|
|Countries (that are currently active in the TiBB Eurovision Song Contest)|
|Australia • Bosnia & Herzegovina • Croatia • Czech Republic • Denmark • Estonia • France • Greece • Iceland • Israel • Italy • Latvia • Lebanon • Norway • Portugal • United Kingdom • Vatican City|
|2008 (Elimovision) • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 (Globalvision) • 2012 • 2013 • 2014 • Xmas 2014 • 2015 • Xmas 2015 • 2016 • Xmas 2016 • 2017 • Xmas 2017 • 2018 • Xmas 2018|
|Winners (Winning Country)|
|MarkWaldorf (Switzerland) • \PJ/ (United Kingdom) • Shaun (Austria) • Mollie. (Australia) • Dezzy (Vatican City) • Ammi (Lithuania) • Niamh (Ireland) • Shaun (Malta) • Mokkajava (Norway) • Johnnyuk123 (Gibraltar) x2 • Jake (Poland) • MB (Monaco) • Shaun (Belarus) • Kirklancaster (Greece) • ? (TBA)|