Read the lyrics to Cascada’s “Glorious”—Germany’s entry for Eurovision 2013. She’ll compete in the grand final on May 18.
Wer wird gewinnen Unser Song für Malmö? It’s a question all of Germany is asking as twelve contestants prepare to battle it out for a chance to sing at Eurovision. If wiwibloggs’ readers are right, then Cascada, Ben Ivory or Betty Dittrich will come out on top.
On February 14 German voters head to the polls to pick the winner of Unser Song für Malmö, the German national selection. Judging from the spate of glossy videos contestants have produced this year, it’s going to be a glitzy affair!
Every week we supply the photo, and you supply the caption. This week’s image comes from Lena’s first dress rehearsal for the grand finale of Eurovision 2011. As you’ll recall, Lena attempted to defend her Eurovision crown by shoving her back-up dancers into rubber body suits. Do they still have feeling in their legs? And what […]
Roman Lob sang “Standing Still” at Eurovision, but his career keeps on moving.
Stefan Raab’s best ideas are born when he’s frustrated. In 2004 he produced “Can’t Wait Until Tonight,” Max Mutzke’s entry for Germany at that year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Although the song achieved eighth place he wasn’t satisfied. In his opinion the eastern European countries had a bad habit of bloc voting, which made it impossible for […]
After reviewing the jury and televoting results for the grand final of Eurovision 2012, Team Wiwi were excited to see that some of the Big Five actually deserved their automatic berth in the final. Italy’s Nina Zilli placed fourth with the jury, while Spain’s Pastora Soler placed fifth. In terms of the televote, Germany’s Roman […]
In 2010 producer and comedian Stefan Raab brought together ARD, Germany’s state broadcaster, and Pro7, a leading private channel, to select Germany’s Eurovision contestant. The partnership led to three Top 10 finishes in a row. But with Raab out of the picture, will the partnership—and the success—continue? Germany correspondent Daniel Mellem diagnoses the situation.