Harel Skaat, potentially the sexiest Eurovision contestant ever, is back with a new single called “Tihiye li ahava” (“Love Awaits Me” or “I Will Have Love”). The electro-pop sound is a sharp departure from the power ballads we’ve come to expect from Harel—probably symbolic of everything he’s been through in the past year. Skaat, 29, […]
At Eurovision 2010, Milan Stankovic won the Barbara Dex Award for sporting the most heinous costume in Oslo, drew comparisons to Heather Mills McCartney, and earned a reputation as Serbia’s biggest playboy for those naughty pics of him in a speedo. Now he’s back with a new single called “Perje” (Feathers).
Hoping to keep the momentum going following his third place finish at Eurovision 2011, Sweden’s Eric Saade has released his new single “Hearts in the Air.”
Alexander Rybak, the winner of Eurovision 2009, will perform his new single ‘Europe’s Skies’ during the interval segment at Junior Eurovision this Saturday, Nov. 20. Organizers originally said that Rybak—who was born in Belarus but raised in Norway—would perform the opening act with 2005 Junior Eurovision winner Ksenia Sitnik. But she’ll be singing the opening […]
As if one train wreck wasn’t enough, Holland’s 2010 Eurovision contestant Sieneke is back with her second single “Blijf vannacht bij mij.” The song reached #81 on the Dutch charts just one day after its debut last Thursday.
Elena Risteska, who finished 12th at Eurovision in 2006, has just released Dosta, her latest single. Elena competed for F.Y.R. Macedonia with the song Ninanajna, which featured such penetrating lyrics as: “Come on, boy…Open up your fantasies and make your dreams come true.” Her dancing was truly heinous. You can listen to Dosta here: At […]
2009 Eurovision winner Alexander Rybak has released the official video for his new single “Funny Little World.” He might as well be singing about himself: “Suddenly I’m famous, and people know my name. . .” He’s not joking about the “thousands of pretty girls” waiting on him either. Check out the reception when he returned […]
Fresh off their sixth place finish at Eurovision, Estonia’s Urban Symphony has started recording their new album. They’ve already released a sneak peak of their first new single Paikese Poole (Towards The Sun). What do you think?