Armenia’s state broadcaster AMPT has announced that it is withdrawing from Eurovision 2012. The European Broadcasting Union made the announcement this morning via their web site eurovision.tv.
The European Broadcasting Union today announced that 43 countries will be flying their flags at Eurovision 2012 in Baku.
Sirusho, Armenia’s most successful Eurovision artist to date, is back with a new singled called “I Like It.” Best known to Eurovision fans for her fourth place finish with ‘Qele Qele’ in 2008, she’s gone on to become one of her homeland’s most famous singers. As you can see in this hot new video, she’s […]
At Eurovision 2010, Eva Rivas’s “Apricot Stone” didn’t bear fruit and she finished in seventh place. But that didn’t stop her from telling reporters shortly afterwards that she’d like Armenia to give her a second chance.
Listen to Dalita Avanessian’s official video for “Welcome to Armenia.”
Azeri officials have said they will ensure the safety of the Armenian contestants at Eurovision 2012 in Baku. But given the tumultuous history of the feuding Caucasus neighbors, will that quell fears among the delegation from Yerevan?
It’s late in Dusseldorf, but Wiwi and Vebooboo are working hard to report how things went down in Semi-Final 1.
Since March 28, Wiwi’s readers have cast 2,223 votes to determine who will win the first semi-final at Eurovision 2011. If they have it right, then Emmy’s Armenia will seduce voters and the jury with her upbeat song “Boom Boom.”