Lena’s lead in the Google prediction poll seems to have been short-lived as Jedward have retaken the lead—and extended it.
Wiwi and Vebooboo are in love with Estonia.
Rehearsals for the second semi-final kick off today. So that we can better gauge the bookies’ reaction to those performances afterwards, Wiwi has averaged the odds from a dozen leading betting agencies and listed them below.
Wiwi knows you guys are loving Estonia’s Getter Jaani—why else would she be the bookies’ favorite, and a hit on YouTube? If you’ve got “Rockefeller Street” playing on loop, it’s time to press pause and check out these remixes. Enjoy!
Predicting the winner of Eurovision is an imperfect science. But every year we create fan polls and consult the bookies’ ratings hoping to come closer to knowing the winner. As part of the ongoing Eurovision alchemy, Wiwi just spent some time on Eurovision’s official YouTube page and can now reveal which contestants have racked up […]
Normally when an old man threatens a young lady, somebody calls the police. Fortunately Eurovision fights are conducted through song, so the standoff between Estonia’s Getter Jaani and Bosnia’s Dino Merlin will be settled by televotes—not the cops.
When bookies released their first set of odds on March 15, they called Eurovision 2011 as a two-way battle between France’s Amaury Vassili and Norway’s Stella. But over the past two weeks the bookies have gone somewhat cold on the “Haba Haba” singer and she’s fallen from second position in the odds all the way […]
By the end of March, Estonia’s Getter Jaani had surpassed early favorites Stella Mwangi and Amaury Vassili to become the bookies’ choice to win Eurovision 2011. Wiwi loves this woman—who placed fourth on Estonia’s version if Pop Idol—because she isn’t afraid to dance around phallic objects, and because she’s brave enough to pair hot pink […]