Junior Eurovision is all about self-expression. But as we reported yesterday, officials felt that Albania’s Igzidora Gjeter was expressing a bit too much. So they gave her a stylist, and the stylist gave her a top. The result is an elegant dress that better suits an 11-year old…even if it features a rhinestone-studded choker and […]
Officials at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest have confirmed that they forced Albania’s Igzidora Gjeta to cover up after seeing her barely-there dress at the second rehearsal yesterday.
Thinking about Igzidora Gjeta’s first rehearsal, an aphorism springs to mind: “If you don’t have anything nice to say, then don’t say anything at all.” So I’ll start by saying that the stage looks lovely.
Miss Kejsi Tola—the young lass who stood on a wind machine while wearing a pink tutu at Eurovision 2009—is back. Or at least she wants to be. The 20-year old who placed 17th in Moscow is one of 29 singers competing in this year’s Festivali i këngës, the Albanian national selection.
This morning the Wiwi Jury—our international panel of music un-professionals—hitched a mule to Tirana to review Igzidora Gjeta’s Junior Eurovision song “Kam Një Këngë Vetëm Për Ju.” Did we crown her the Rona Nishliu of JESC 2012? Read on to find out….
Read the lyrics and English translation of “Kam Një Këngë Vetëm Për Ju” — Igzidora Gjeta song for Junior Eurovision 2012. She’ll represent Albania and state broadcaster RTSH,
Every week we supply the photo, and you supply the caption. This week’s image comes from Rona Nishliu’s performance during the first semi-final at Eurovision 2012. As you’ll recall, Rona had the (mis)fortune of topping the Worst Dressed List in Baku. Did she mean to glue that dreadlock to her chest? And what is she thinking […]
The world may soon meet Rona Nishliu Junior. That’s right, people: The vision of a 13-year old with dreadlocks and glass-shattering vocals may become a reality, as Alabania’s state broadcaster RTSH has confirmed it will compete in Junior Eurovision for the first time this December.