Last night the Wiwi Jury, our international panel of music unprofessionals, flew to Georgia to eat some traditional khachapuri and to review Nodi & Sophie’s “Waterfall”. Did we need a life jacket to deal with all that water? Or did we end up floating blissfully in a sea of love? Read on to find out.
Just when you thought Margaret Berger had the second semi-final all sewn up, Georgia’s Nodie & Sophie make a splash with the bookies. The Georgian duo, who will sing “Waterfall” in Sweden, have had their odds slashed in recent days, and are now second-favourite to win the second semi-final.
Thomas G:son, the man behind Loreen’s “Euphoria”, knows how to write a dance track. I’m less convinced by his efforts with “Waterfall”, the ballad Nodi & Sophie will sing on behalf of Georgia at ESC 2013.
Sophie and Nodi, Georgia’s contestants for Eurovision 2013, are starting the PR machine early this year. They’ve already recorded a special video message for Eurovision fans. They haven’t, however, been practicing their pronunciation of English words. Apparently Nodi is competing at Eurovision 2030, and Sophie is wery happy to share with you her song. LOL. […]
Following in the footsteps of FYR Macedonia, Georgia has decided to merge two artists through an internal selection process.
Wiwi is absolutely exhausted after watching the FUNKIDS’s first rehearsal at Junior Eurovision. I didn’t like their video or their song before arriving in Amsterdam. But after seeing their on-stage performance, I’m kind of floored.
This morning the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music unprofessionals—caught a flight to Tbilisi to review Georgia’s JESC 2012 entry by the FUNKIDS. Did their “Funky Lemonade” go down easy? Or did we end up vomiting in the town square? Read on to find out…
Read the lyrics and English and French translation of “Funky Lemonade”—FUNKIDS song for Junior Eurovision 2012. They’ll represent Georgia and state broadcaster GPB.