At Eurovision 2010, Milan Stankovic won the Barbara Dex Award for sporting the most heinous costume in Oslo, drew comparisons to Heather Mills McCartney, and earned a reputation as Serbia’s biggest playboy for those naughty pics of him in a speedo. Now he’s back with a new single called “Perje” (Feathers).
It’s been one month since the cleavage shined and the confetti fell at Eurovision 2011. Wiwi can’t get Kati Wolf’s “What About My Dreams?” out of his head (unless he puts on Dana International’s “Ding Dong.”)
We all know that Dana International knows how to mix it up. (Consider, for instance, the whole gender reassignment thing.) So it’s no surprise that the Israeli icon has released a remix of her Eurovision entry “Ding Dong.” Wiwi just wishes she had performed an uptempo version of the song in Dusseldorf–perhaps then she would […]
Hoping to keep the momentum going following his third place finish at Eurovision 2011, Sweden’s Eric Saade has released his new single “Hearts in the Air.”
Philipp Kirkorov—he who makes appalling Eurovision covers—is used to giving audiences a scare. But a fan turned the tables on the 44-year old recently in Tashkent, Uzbekistan by touching Kirkorov’s gold-sequined cardigan when he wasn’t looking. The Russian diva let out an audible shriek, but magically the song went on and his voice kept streaming […]
Katya Ryabova, who finished second at Junior Eurovision 2009, will fly the flag for Russia in Yerevan this November.
Sweden’s Eric Saade won the second semi-final and finished first in the televote. But it was Slovenia’s Maja Keuc who stole the jury’s heart.
Following our re-cap of the jury-televoter split in the Eurovision 2011 final, Wiwi and Vebooboo are back with a breakdown of the first semi-final results.