Emmy—born Emma Bejanyan—is so confident in her ability, that’s she’s willing to sing songs that make absolutely no sense. Take her 2011 Eurovision entry “Boom Boom,” which repeats the phrase “chaka chaka” six times. (In Spanish, the phrase “chaca chaca” means “to have sex” or “to do the nasty.” Hence the lyrics “boom boom chaka […]
Is it just Wiwi, or does Emmy’s Eurovision song “Boom Boom” sound like a feminine version of Spain’s 2008 song “”Baila el Chiki Chiki” by Rodolfo Chikilicuatre? Compare them below! Old Rodolfo finished 16th, though we suspect Emmy will place much higher, as Armenia can do no wrong at Eurovision. (Or can they? As Wiwi […]
Armenia chooses on Saturday, but you can choose now. Listen to the four songs Emmy will sing at the Armenian national final, and then cast your vote for your favorite!
Armenian Public Television (ARMTV) confirmed today that Armenian sensation and 2010 national finalist Emmy will be taking to the stage in Germany!
Bookies billed the 2010 Junior Eurovision Song Contest as a battle between East and West, a showdown between eccentricity and understatement. In one corner stood Georgia’s Mariam Kakhelishvili, the 14-year-old frontrunner who sang an electro-pop dance number she had written herself and whose unique sense of style (think pink wigs and rhinestones) has earned her […]
Twelve-year old Vlad sang “Mama” on stage in Minsk. At the start of the winner’s press conference at Junior Eurovision he called for her once again. Adorable.
Wiwi was sitting in the front row at Vladimir Arzumanyan‘s press conference and he snapped the following pics. The woman he is hugging is his mother, the same “mama” he sings about in his song.
It was the closest Junior Eurovision final in the history of the contest, and in the end the perspex trophy went to Armenia’s Vladimir Arzymanyan. The 12-year old from Nagorno Karabakh overcame Russia’s Liza Drozd & Sasha Lazin to win the contest by one point. (See photos of the press conference here.)