German media have accused Lena of transitioning from Eurovision darling to “Super-Bitch.” But that isn’t stopping a German museum from honoring the 2010 Eurovision winner with a creepy wax replica.
It’s been nearly 48 hours since the Eurovision finale, and Eurovision artists are already climbing the iTunes charts. Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki appear on the most Top 10 lists (seven in total), and have reached #1 in Luxembourg. Denmark’s A Friend in London appear on five charts, and Ireland’s Jedward on four. Interestingly, Jedward topped […]
The press center at Eurovision 2011 is abuzz with the news that Lena has turned into a total diva. Unlike the other contestants, she keeps bodyguards with her all the time, won’t let official photographers take her picture, and constantly tells journalists their questions are crazy. What a difference a year makes.
Lena Meyer-Landrut won over European audiences with her carefree performance of “Satellite” in 2010. Since then she’s mixed things up a bit. Gone is the amateur performer and in her place comes a seasoned entertainer who knows how to work a crowd with a sultry sex kitten vibe. In honor of Lena’s personal remix, Wiwi […]
Six acts competing at Eurovision 2011 have performed on Europe’s biggest stage before. And two of them—Dana International and Lena—have already tasted victory. But does a second trip to Eurovision make them likely victors—or does it make them tired and stale? (Let’s not forget what happened to Malta’s Chiara Siracusa in 2009? Sad.)
This weekend 79% of German viewers chose “Taken by a Stranger” for Lena Meyer-Landrut to sing at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Although the song proved a hit with the German public, Vebooboo is skeptical it will impress the rest of the continent in May.
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Lena Meyer-Landrut, the quirky German teen who won Eurovision 2010 by giving trauma rhythm, released her second album today. Entitled “Good News,” it includes the six songs still in the running for her to sing at Eurovision 2011. Germany clearly has an appetite for her music: the album currently tops sales on Amazon Germany, musicload.de, […]