On Monday, the first full day at Junior Eurovision 2013, this year’s contestants filmed their postcards. That was exciting. But we were even more excited to see their costumes. From Michele Perniola’s Michael Jackson-inspired ensemble to The Smile Shop’s 1920s jazz attire, it was a feast of fashion. Eleganaza extravaganza!
This morning the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music un-professionals—caught a bus, a boat, and a plane to Skopje so that we could review Barbara Popovic’s Junior Eurovision 2013 song “Ohrid i muzika”. Did her dance track make us move? Or did it just make us move….all the way back to the UK?
Tijana, the Macedonian singer with a Serbian address, has finally revealed the name of her Eurovision entry. Here’s how she explained it the Macedonian press: “The title of the song is ‘Pobeda’ and certainly I’ve set the bar high to bring Eurovision here next year!”
Kaliopi is always the life of the party—and it was no different during the filming of “Lokomotiva”. By the end of this delightful video, she’s dancing with a grandfather, a train operator and a woman in leather hot pants. She knows how to move—and knows how to make people move!
So y’all know how the Junior EuroClub is relaunching in Kyiv? We have a feeling that Barbara Popovic’s song “Ohrid i muzika” will get everyone on the dance floor! It is making my head bob like you don’t even know. In the first minute you get a whistle, calypso drums, and some fierce Helena Paparizou […]
The Former Yugosloav Republic of Macedonia has got us thinking, y’all. We know the country has chosen Tijana Dapcevic for Eurovision 2014. She’s an ambitious and talented singer, and a great choice. But we still don’t know which genre suits her the best. She jumps from heart melting ballads to pop, rock, pop-rock and folk […]
In the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the sisters are doin’ it for themselves. Tijana Dapcevic, the country’s contestant for Eurovision 2014, announced today that her little sister Tamara Todevska will be throwing down with her on stage in Copenhagen. She broke the news in Serbia’s Kurir newspaper.
Zeljko Joksimovic, who placed second at Eurovision 2004 and third at Eurovision 2012, will be a judge on X Factor Adria. The Balkan version of the show sees people from Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina and FYR Macedonia sing their hearts out to win €200,000, an album, two music videos and marketing support in the four respective […]