It’s just broken that Elena Gheorghe, Romania’s Eurovision representative, will fly to Moscow on a “personal” plane after a deal was reached between Romania’s TVR network and Blue Air, a Romanian airline.
Chiara Siracusa has a big voice—and a body to match. The Maltese songstress has competed in Eurovision twice—first in 1998, then in 2005. Could the third time be a charm?
According to her official Eurovision biography, Romania’s Elena Gheorghe comes from a family of priests. If those priests have seen the latest video for “The Balkan Girls,” I suspect they’re preparing the holy water.
Read the lyrics and translation of Malena Ernman’s “La Voix”—Sweden’s Eurovision 2009 entry. She finished 21st in the final with 33 points.
Read the lyrics to Kejsi Tola’s “Carry Me in Your Dreams,” and watch her performance at Eurovision 2009 in Moscow.
Read the lyrics to Susanne Georgi’s “La teva decisió”—Andorra’s entry at Eurovision 2009.
Read the lyrics and translation to Inga and Anush’s “Jan Jan” — Armenia’s entry at Eurovision 2009.