According to our poll, Nika—a.k.a. Mónika Veres—has emerged as the overwhelming favorite to win “A Dal,” Hungary’s national selection for Eurovision 2012. The “This Love” singer earned a staggering 71% of all votes in our poll, which kicked off on February 5. Her powerful voice has shades of Maja Keuc, though she has a much […]
The final of A Dal, Hungary’s national selection contest, takes place on February 11. The Hungarians are looking out for a hero who can take them to their second consecutive final at Eurovision. Who do you think stands the best shot of repeating Kati Wolf‘s success? Listen to all of the contestants below and then […]
National finals and semi-finals take place tonight in Sweden (Melodifestivalen), Norway (Melodi Grand Prix), Malta, Hungary and Lithuania. Here’s where to watch live web streams as the people of Europe move one step closer to choosing contestants for Eurovision 2012!
Vebooboo and Wiwi fell in love with Hungarian contestant Kati Wolf last May. Or, rather, we fell in love with her catchy song “What About My Dreams?” In person we were disappointed by Kati’s lack of star quality: she shied away from fans and the press instead of acting like the attention-hungry wolf we hoped […]
Kati Wolf, a Eurovision 2011 front-runner who ended up in 22nd place, has wiped away the dissapointment and released a new single called “Var a Holnap.”
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 […]
She’s a mother of two, and Wiwi’s favorite contestant at Eurovision 2011. But can Hungary’s Kati Wolf cope with the spotlight?
Following the dry run-through of the second semi-final (and an unfortunate move from our hotel to a rundown hostel), Wiwi and Vebooboo booked it over to the Russia Party at Euroclub hosted by Alexey Vorobyov. Our main goals, as always, were to get free food and drinks so we wouldn’t have to pay for dinner.