Losing in your national selection sucks. But getting the opportunity to perform live at a Paris Fashion Week show more than makes up for it, right?
Silvi Vrait, Estonia’s first participant in the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest, has passed away following a two-month battle with a brain tumour. Vrait, who finished next-to-last at Eurovision in 1994, earned just two points with her song “Nagu merelaine” (Like a Wave). But that’s a mere blip in the public conscioussness. For […]
I think I can speak for everyone when I say Krista Siegfrids’s wedding dress was the only suitable option for the presentation of “Marry Me” on the Eurovision stage. But apparently Krista’s dress was not the only Eurovision dress suitable for weddings.
Wiwi: As you all know by now, Birgit is five months pregnant. After watching her first rehearsal this morning, we’re sure that her baby is fast asleep in her belly. That’s because this act is seriously boring. That’s great if you need to lull your baby to sleep, but it’s a real bitch when you get […]
Last night the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music un-professionals—found ourselves in Estonia eating potatoes. We then gave Birgit Oigemeel tips on her pregnancy and reviewed her Eurovision 2013 song “Et uus saaks alguse”. Did we ever figure out what that means? Or did we pass out from boredom before we had the chance to ask? […]
Birgit Oigemeel isn’t just preparing to sing “Et uus saaks alguse” at Eurovision. The 24-year old is also getting ready to deliver her first baby. The Estonian beauty spoke with William and Vebooboo at Eurovision in Concert recently and let us know that (1) she knows who the father is and (2) she isn’t worried […]
Birgit Oigemeel’s “Et uus saaks alguse” only finished seventh with our readers, but it finished first among Estonians. Do you think they made the right choice?
Wiwi’s readers have listened to the 10 finalists of Eesti Laul, the Estonian national selection, and they want Grete Paia to win with her song Päästke noored hinged.