In the two weeks since Wiwi last reported on Betfair’s betting market for the second semi-final at ESC 2012, the bookies’ five favorites—led by Sweden’s Loreen (“Euphoria”) and Serbia’s Zeljko Joksimovic (“Nije ljubav stvar”)—have held steady at the top. But there has been some reshuffling in the lower positions. Bulgaria’s Sofi Marinova (“Love Unlimited”) has […]
National selection season is well under way, and you guys have cast hundreds of votes in our various polls to determine who should compete at Eurovision 2012. All of these polls close on the eve of the respective country’s national final, so there’s still time to let us know what you think! Let’s quickly review […]
Based on the semi-final results, Dessislava (DESS) has emerged as the favorite to win Bulgaria’s national selection on February 29. Do you think she lives up to the hype, or should Sofia choose somebody else? Listen to all the contestants here, and then vote in our poll! Love, Wiwi
Last Saturday Bulgaria chose the 12 finalists for its national final, which is to be held on February 29th. A combination of jury and SMS votes determined the outcome of the semi-finals. Desislava—singing “Love is Alive—has emerged as the favorite. The song won both the jury and SMS vote, while Roma diva’s “Love Unlimited” placed […]
Thirty-three acts gathered in a Sofia music studio today, but only 22 were given the green light to compete in the semi-finals of Bulgaria’s national selection contest. We have no idea who any of these people are. But we love that someone named “Sunnie” has chosen to sing a song called “Shut Your Mouth and […]
Watch Ivan Ivanov’s official preview video for “Supergeroy.” English lyrics follow the video.
In a WTF of epic proportions, Wiwi’s readers have backed Stanny Brown featuring N.A.S.O. with “I Know” ahead of tonight’s final in Sofia.
Last year, Bulgaria’s Eurovision contestant Miro looked like an Elvis impersonator with a bad dye job. It’s no wonder he finished 15th out of 17 contestants in the semi-finals. As the Balkan nation prepares to choose its representative for Eurovision 2011, can it finally put Miro—and all the other disasters in recent memory—behind it?