Przemek Bartos, a Eurovision fan in Poland, has once again compiled results from eight leading Eurovision polls around the web (and around the continent). Click on the photos below to see the results more clearly. In semi-final one, the polls show that Slovakia is the favorite, followed by Albania, Greece and Iceland. In semi-final two, […]
It reads like a farfetched screenplay. Born in Colombia, 23-year old Jurgis Didziulis journeys to Lithuania — his grandparents’ homeland — and takes refuge in the Vilnius club scene. He forms a band. He marries an Irish pop singer. He releases two albums and becomes a regular on MTV (in the Baltic Republics, anyway). In […]
We’ve already ridden the remix train through Finland and Germany and onto Romania and Slovakia. Today we’re stopping in Sweden to check out dance versions of Anna Bergendahl’s This Is My Life. Enjoy!
Przemek Bartos, a Eurovision fan in Poland, has compiled results from eight leading Eurovision polls around the web (and around the continent). His aggregated data paints a very different picture of the Eurovision race. He was kind enough to mail the most recent data set to Wiwi, which you guys can see above (just click […]
Quick: name a charismatic Belgian. If you’re struggling to answer, then you understand the dilemma of 23-year old Tom Dice. The young Belgian certainly has talent: his voice soars on his Eurovision entry Me and My Guitar. But talent alone does not a Eurovision star make. Dice lacks the arrogance, flamboyance and showmanship that characterize […]
After three weeks and 7,440 votes, it’s time to make our final cut in the semi-finals of Eurovision’s Next Top Male Model. This week Wiwi is sending one man home, and it’s rather clear cut. This aspiring model received just 8 votes—or 0.11%. He’ll be singing Allez! Ola! Olé! at Eurovision, so Wiwi is going […]
If you haven’t figured it out already, Paula Seling and Ovi from Romania are one of Wiwi’s favorite Eurovision acts. As such, I’m posting two remixes of their song Playing With Fire below. Before you enjoy them, be sure and watch their official Eurovision preview video — the classiest one so far this year.
Slighty sweet and fleshy, the apricot works well in summer fruit salads and as a purée on pancakes. For Armenians, however, it also stirs national pride. Known by scientists as prunus armeniaca, the fruit is thought to have originated in Armenia and, over time, it became a symbol of the nation.