The team at WiwiBloggs.Com love when one song reminds us of another—and the latest example shows that folk and rock can, in fact, overlap. Gloria—one of Wiwi’s more observant readers—recently noticed similarities in Zeljko Joksimovic’s 2012 Eurovision song “Nije ljubav stvar” (Love Is Not a Thing) and A Friend in London’s 2011 Eurovision song “New Tomorrow.” The […]
In early March the bookies had Denmark’s Soluna Samay listed as the favorite to win the first semi-final at Eurovision 2012. But the Wiwi Jury—our international panel of music unprofessionals—doesn’t listen to the bookmakers when we dish out our reviews. Read on to find out whether we agree with them…
Not all countries have chosen their Eurovision participant. And not all countries have revealed their Eurovision song. But that hasn’t stopped bookies at Britain’s Betfair betting agency from making predictions about who will advance from the first semi-final at ESC 2012.
Not all countries have selected their 2012 Eurovision contestant, but that hasn’t stopped betting agencies from handicapping this year’s race. Fifteen leading agencies in Britain currently have Sweden’s Loreen listed as the odds-on favorite with her song “Euphoria.” A number of agencies had already listed her at or near the top in recent weeks. On […]
On January 21 Soluna Samay won Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2012, and the right to represent Denmark at Eurovision. Born in Guatemala, Soluna didn’t move to Denmark until 2000, when she was ten years old. That was the same year Denmark’s Olsen Brothers won Eurovision. “I saw these guys win for Denmark and I couldn’t […]
Soluna Samay has won Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2012. She’ll be singing “Should’ve Known Better” in Baku. You can watch the video and read the lyrics below.
Saturday night is gonna be hot in northern Europe, y’all! Tonight Denmark will select its 2012 Eurovision contestant during its live Dansk Melodi Grand Prix broadcast, and Norway will stage the first semi-final of its Melodi Grand Prix 2012 selection contest. Here’s who and how to watch.
Denmark, the little nation that punches way above its weight at Eurovision, has revealed the ten finalists who will compete at Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2012. Scheduled for January 21 in Aalborg, the contest will be judged by an international jury made up of music industry experts from Azerbaijan, Germany, Norway and Russia—the last four […]