Now that the complete lineup and starting order is known for the Eurovision 2011 final, betting agencies are busy adjusting their odds. Who will win Eurovision 2011? Here’s what the bookies say as of May 13, just hours after the second semi-final.
With the Eurovision final just two weeks away, the bookies have their ear to the ground and their eye on rehearsals. The latest set of odds show that France’s Amaury Vassili has become an even firmer favorite to win Eurovision 2011.
Amaury Vassili has released the English-language version of his Eurovision entry “Sognu,” and his team has translated it as “I Would Dream About Her.” It’ll be included as a bonus track on the re-release of Amaury’s album Cantero.
From the moment French broadcaster France 3 announced that Amaury Vassili had been selected for Eurovision 2011, Eurovision fans and bookies have been shouting “Ooo la la!” Amaury instantly became the bookies’ favorite, and he’s increasingly seen at or near the top of online voting polls. The French opera star recently spoke with Wiwi about […]
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 […]
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 […]
Has opera ever looked so good? France’s 2011 Eurovision contestant Amaury Vassili is already the bookies’ favorite. And while they appreciate his vocals, Wiwi knows plenty of y’all appreciate his other assets. Check out his pics below and let us know what you think. Does the beauty of his face match the beauty of his […]
The bookies have released their first set of odds for Eurovision 2011, and they’re calling it a race between a Corsican opera star and a Norwegian rapper.