At Eurovision 2010, Eva Rivas’s “Apricot Stone” didn’t bear fruit and she finished in seventh place. But that didn’t stop her from telling reporters shortly afterwards that she’d like Armenia to give her a second chance.
Ruslana, queen of Eurovision 2004, is everywhere. First Wiwi spots her music on the gymnastics floor. And now she’s back with a sexy new video for “Sha-la-la.” We’re big fans of the chroegraphed crowd sourcing at 2:30. You betta work, Ruslana!
Söngvakeppni Sjónvarpsins, the Icelandic national selection, is moving full steam ahead.
Watch the official video for Erik Rapp’s “Faller.” Lyrics and the English translation follow the video.
If American gymnast Jordyn Wieber is any indicator, then Eurovision really has gone global.
Her name may be Dana, but do not mistake this devout Catholic for the Israeli transsexual.
The results of the second heat of Slovenia’s national selection are in, and the four advancing in Misija Evrovizija are: Flora Ema Lotric, Nastja Gabor, Eva Boto, and Gasper Rifelj. You can listen to three of the four performances below. Enjoy!
According to the Irish Daily Mail, Ireland’s state broadcaster RTE wants Jedward to represent the country at Eurovision 2012 in Baku.