In recent years the Big 5—those countries with deep pockets who automatically qualify for the final—have really brought it. From Germany’s Lena to Italy’s Raphael Gualazzi, the Big 5 is now synonymous with the Top 10. Throw in the host nation, whose contestant won the previous year, and you’ve got six automatic qualifiers for the […]
In recent years the Big 5—those countries with deep pockets who automatically qualify for the final—have really brought it. From Germany’s Lena to Spain’s Pastora Soler, the Big 5 is now synonymous with the Top 10. Add to that the host nation, whose contestant won the previous year, and you’ve got six automatic qualifiers for […]
Deban: Yes, you guessed it right! This is Courtney Love on crack! I LOVE Amadine Bourgeois, and she holds no prisoners in this performance. She gives it her ALL and is pitch perfect. There is a high level of sophistication with the French entry, and although it nods to the blue note offerings of the jazz […]
Vebooboo: Most contestants save their energy for the stage. Amandine sure as hell ain’t most people. This woman unleashed the cray cray in the warm-up room like no other in this video, belting out her pristine vocals and roaming frantically around the room like a rabid dog looking for a young child. And I for […]
If there is one thing Anggun has taught us, it’s that winning isn’t everything. Undeterred by her 22nd position in Baku last year, Anggun has been on a roll! She embarked on an extensive tour in Germany, Switzerland and France promoting her album Echoes. Her live dates were met with critical acclaim, and most of the tour […]
Earlier this week the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music un-professionals—caught the Eurostar to Paris to review Amandine Bourgeois’ “L’enfer et moi”. Did the experience leave us feeling like we were caught in hell? Or was Amandine’s sultry voice pure paradise? Read our reviews to find out…
You guys haven’t been very enthusiastic about Amandine Bourgois—France’s Eurovision singer—or her song “L’enfer et moi”. Wiwi is wondering if this live performance from Frenh television will get your Amandine juices flowing.
The French press have described Amandine Bourgeous as a rocker, and now I understand why. Her song “L’enfer et moi”, which you can now listen to on Spotify, goes heavy on the guitar riffs and drums. Anger seems to give the song its rhythm.