Since winning Albania’s Eurovision selection contest in December, Juliana Pasha has learned what it means to look the part. The 29-year old has transformed herself from a rather dowdy looking lounge singer in a wig into a disco diva who shakes her hips as freely as she styles her hair. In March, when she debuted […]
Przemek Bartos, a Eurovision fan in Poland, has compiled results from eight leading Eurovision polls around the web (and around the continent). His aggregated data paints a very different picture of the Eurovision race. He was kind enough to mail the most recent data set to Wiwi, which you guys can see above (just click […]
Videos have surfaced on YouTube that suggest Slovakia’s entry Horehronie may have been inspired by the melody of a popular Albanian pop song. The opening of Shpat Kasapi’s Valle Kosovare and Kristina’s Horehronie are strikingly similar. What do you guys think? Is it just a coincidence? Or has Slovakia gone too far in drawing […]
Albania’s Juliana Pasha has revealed the third and final version of her Eurovision dance anthem It’s All About You. The latest iteration has revamped the instrumentation and now puts Pasha’s voice front and center. It’s a marked improvement over the original version in Albanian, which some critics said sounded strikingly similar to Britney Spears’ Womanizer. […]
It’s already been an eventful year for Juliana Pasha, Albania’s representative for Eurovision 2010. Following her victory in December, bloggers suggested that her song Nuk Mundem Pa Ty sounded a little too much like Britney Spear’s Womanizer. But Juliana has pressed on in the face of the (rather absurd) criticism. She recently presented the English-language […]
Read the lyrics to “It’s All About You”—Juliana Pasha’s ESC 2010 song for Albania. You can also read the original lyrics in Albanian.
For Juliana Pasha, it was third time lucky. On December 28, the 29-year old won the right to represent Albania at Eurovision 2010. That follows her third-place finish in 2008, and her second-place finish last year behind Kejsi Tola (the girl in the tutu on the wind machine). She’ll be singing Nuk mundem pa ty. […]
Last year, Albania’s Kejsi Tola stood on a wind machine while wearing a tutu. That visual helped her non-stop dance number Carry Me In Your Dreams finish in 17th place (11th place among televoters; 23rd place among the professional jury). Albania begins its search for this year’s rep on December 24 when Festivali i KÃ«ngÃ«s, […]