Read the My Heart Is Yours Lyrics. Norway’s Didrik Solli-Tangen sang this song for Norway at Eurovision 2010.
Anna Bergendahl is the first Swedish entry in the history of Eurovision to fail to qualify for the final, but y’all are still showing her some love. Wiwi’s readers have named the 18-year old singer and former Swedish Idol finalist their favorite Nordic act at Eurovision. Which Scandinavian Entry Is Your Favorite at Eurovision 2010?online […]
Didirk Solli-Tangen has become a favorite of music fans across Europe (and of women who like to look at attractive men). Below you can see some interviews of Didrik after he won Norway’s Melody Grand Prix. He seems really down-to-earth and friendly. Wiwi approves! Asking the media to respect his privacy (with English subtitles): Two […]
We’ve all seen the footage of Didrik Solli-Tangen winning Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix. Now a documentary from Norwegian TV takes us beyond the competition. Divided into four parts below, the documentary is full of interviews with Didrik and his family and never-before-seen footage of his life leading up to Eurovision. Check it out! Didrik is […]
Â From Sweden’s ABBA to Finland’s Lordi to Norway’s Alexander Rybak, the Scandinavians know what it takes to win Eurovision. This year they’re fielding an impressive roster of candidates. Denmark offers mainstream pop, Iceland throws down ecstasy-induced euro-dance and Finland has gone native with a traditional folk melody. The act that proves itself the best […]
“My Heart Is Yours” — Didrik Solli-Tangen (Eurovision 2010, Norway)
On Saturday, Norway will choose its Eurovision representative when NRK broadcasts the finale of Melodi Grand Prix 2010. And while only Norwegians can vote this weekend, everyone can vote in Wiwi’s poll below! Check out all eight finalists and then cast your vote. Voting ends Friday, February 7 at midnight. Start voting, Europe! xoxo, Wiwi […]
Seriously, Wiwi needs you to tell him. The Norwegian broadcaster NRK released the following three videos “to get you in the mood” for Oslo 2010. Apparently they are clues about what’s gonna go down. The first features a 32-year old man named Matt performing some bizarre white-men-can’t-dance number over and over in different countries. It […]