The first ten acts competing in the first semi-final rehearsed this morning. That means bookies and oddsmakers will be busy re-calibrating their predictions for Eurovision 2011. As such, Wiwi has taken an average of odds from 11 leading agencies. Here’s how things stand as of May 1.
In a recent interview, Stella Mwangi told Wiwi that she was going to elevate her stage performance for Düsseldorf. I thought she’d pull out some large maracas and a trapeze, or maybe wear the outrageous dress from her music video. Instead Stella has done the following.
Stella Mwangi is already a pioneer of Norway’s hip-hop scene, and soon she may become the first black woman ever to win Eurovision. In part one of our two-part interview, Stella discusses her victory at Melodi Grand Prix, and recounts what it was like immigrating to Norway as a little girl.
Did you think that Stella sounded like a man at Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix?
Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki are the bookies’ early favorite, but Hungary’s Kati Wolf and Norway’s Stella Mwangi are breathing down their necks.
Predicting the winner of Eurovision is an imperfect science. But every year we create fan polls and consult the bookies’ ratings hoping to come closer to knowing the winner. As part of the ongoing Eurovision alchemy, Wiwi just spent some time on Eurovision’s official YouTube page and can now reveal which contestants have racked up […]
The bookies have released their first set of odds for Eurovision 2011, and they’re calling it a race between a Corsican opera star and a Norwegian rapper.
Of the 23 countries on the iTunes charts, Lady Gaga currently sits on top of 22 of them with “Born This Way.” Why no clean sweep? Because Stella Mwangi, the black beauty who defeated the BlackSheeps at Melodi Grand Prix, rode a wave of national popularity and swept Miss Gaga aside. Here’s a look at […]