Following their fifth place finish at Eurovision 2011, Denmark’s A Friend in London have released the official video for “Calling a Friend.” Incidentally, at the Eurovision 2011 afterparty in Dusseldorf, Wiwi and Vebooboo used the urinals next to lead singer Tim Schou and we wanted to call a friend of let them know what […]
It’s been nearly 48 hours since the Eurovision finale, and Eurovision artists are already climbing the iTunes charts. Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki appear on the most Top 10 lists (seven in total), and have reached #1 in Luxembourg. Denmark’s A Friend in London appear on five charts, and Ireland’s Jedward on four. Interestingly, Jedward topped […]
Wiwi and Vebooboo were scarfing down cookies and cake when one of the Danish back-up singers (yes, there are actually two hidden on stage!) sat down next to us in the press room. A few minutes of chit-chat led to an interview with Esben and Sebastian from Denmark’s A Friend in London. Here are the […]
Wiwi and Vebooboo’s readers are well-versed in the choreography controversy that has turned Sweden’s Eric Saade into Public Enemy #1 in Russia. But he’s not the only Eurovision 2011 act coping with allegations of plagiarism. YouTube users have accused the Danish entry, A Friend in London, of stealing their entire melody from Andreas Johnson’s 2006 […]
Lena’s lead in the Google prediction poll seems to have been short-lived as Jedward have retaken the lead—and extended it.
A Friend in London made scores of friends in Dusseldorf this morning after an amazing first rehearsal. The group’s vocals were top notch, and the playful choreography involving the lead singer kicking a giant ball into the arena worked like a charm.
Denmark’s Chanée and Tomas N’Evergreen have been climbing up the bookies’ table for weeks. With that in mind, they’ve left their performance as it was at the Danish national final. There’s still the translucent screen that divides them, and there’s still the runway walk at the end with the reunited lovers holding hands. Fair enough: […]
British bookies William Hill have released their first set of Eurovision odds and have named Israel’s Harel Skaat the favorite to take home the Eurovision crown in Oslo. Harel’s song, Milim (Words), is at 5/1. Azerbaijan’s Sarufa (singing Drip Drop) is a close second at 11/2, followed by Denmark at 6/1 and Norway at 15/2. […]