Lynne Kieran, one-thrid of the Rounder Girls, has passed away at age 53. Authorities have not yet established the cause of death. The Rounder Girls began singing together in 1993 and competed at Eurovision in 2000 with the song “All to You”. They finished 14th, a position Austria would be happy to achieve in next […]
Last night Conchita Wurst appeared on “The Saturday Night Show” – RTÉ’s flagship Saturday chat show – to discuss Eurovision, her beard, Tom Neuwirth and discrimination.
We’re still recovering from our nausea after listening to a Belarusian conservative hate on Conchita Wurst. If you have not yet watched the video of him saying that Miss Wurst makes him “ill”, then click here.
It’s been 11 days since Anne-Marie David performed in front of the OGAE Austria fanclub, and we’re still sad we missed it! The 1973 winner of the Eurovision Song Contest serenaded the audience at Vienna bar Gugg with her Eurovision classics “Tu Te Reconnaitras” and “Je Suis L’Enfant Soleil”. Anne-Marie still brings the heat 40 […]
Disgruntled Belarusians have signed a petition calling for BTRC, Belarus’ state broadcaster, to edit Conchita Wurst out of its Eurovision 2014 broadcast amid fears it will promote an unacceptable lifestyle.
“Top Model” season may be long over but that hasn’t stopped the male stars of Eurovision doing their best to try and grab our attention with their lovely bodies. Recently we’ve lusted over admired the likes of Josh Dubovie, Donny Montell and Tim Schou. Now you can add Lukas Plöchl, one half of Trackshittaz, to […]
More than 31,000 people have liked the “Anti-Wurst” Facebook page, protesting ORF’s selection of Conchita Wurst for Eurovision 2013. That’s 12,000 more than like the official Conchita Wurst fan page at the moment. Another 3,100 have signed a petition calling on ORF to rethink its decision. Looking at those numbers, it seems that hate is […]
Conchita Wurst—the Austrian artist who is half woman, half sausage—has been selected by broadcaster ORF to represent Austria at Eurovision 2014. Austrian news site heute.at broke the news this morning, and we’re thoroughly relieved. The last good song we heard at the Austrian national selection was “That’s What I Am” by Miss Wurst herself!