Dana International is back—and she’s making a splash in her official video for “Ding Dong.” Released just as Eurovision fever heats up across Europe, the video features Dana wearing couture in a number of settings from a flower garden to a room filled with balloons to a spiraling staircase. What do y’all think? Does […]
Proving she really is a diva, Dana International has decided that she can only wear haute couture at Eurovision. So she’s reuniting with Jean Paul Gaultier, the French designer who created the elaborate feathered dress pictured above.
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.)
Dana International, the most famous transsexual pop star in the world, has won another ticket to Eurovision. And this time she’s packing her “Ding Dong.”
Dana International is back, but is she better than ever? Eurovision fans tend to agree that “Diva,” the song that won her the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest, was a worthy winner. But fans seem more divided about this year’s entry “Ding Dong”—and whether it deserved to win Israel’s national selection at all. As Nicole wrote […]
The mystery of Dana International’s “Ding Dong” has been revealed—along with the other nine entries—and Israel is gearing up for the 2011 Kdam competition which takes place on March 8. But you don’t have to be Israeli to get in on the action. You can listen to all of the finalists here, and then vote […]
When news broke that 1998 Eurovision winner Dana International was competing for Eurovision glory in 2011, Wiwi got rul rul excited. But when the IBA, Israel’s national broadcaster, revealed the 10 songs earlier today, Wiwi was left rul rul disappointed. Dana’s “Ding Dong” lacks the vigor and excitement we’ve come to expect from the fiery […]
Dana International, the only transsexual ever to win Eurovision, is bidding to represent Israel again in 2011—and this time she’s fighting with a ding dong. Well, a song called “Ding Dong” anyway.