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Now they’re starting to shine!
Russia’s Dima Bilan won Eurovision in 2008 with his R&B ballad “Believe”. Slovakia’s Kristina Pelakova crashed out of the semi-finals in 2010 with her ethno-folk number “Horehronie”. Their divergent styles and track records make them an unlikely duo. But if recent interviews and Facebook updates are any indicator, it appears that the two artists are now making […]
On Saturday we reported that the Tolmachevy sisters will represent Russia at Eurovision this year. The adorable duo, who won Junior Eurovision back in 2006, are all grown up. That’s evident from their more sophisticated look and their entry “Shine”. You can listen to it below.
Earlier this morning, Russia dropped a bombshell by announcing the Tolmachevy Twins as their representatives in Copenhagen. They want us to get totally worked up so they’ve decided to delay the song presentation to an unknown date.
The ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia has been dominating the news over the past week, and it’s really worrying all of us at wiwibloggs.com. We are thinking of all our Ukrainian friends and the Ukrainian Eurovision singers who have represented them. We’re also thankful that Gaitana, Ukraine’s 2012 contestant, is speaking out.
The Winter Olympics in Sochi and the Eurovision Song Contest have a lot more in common that large crowds and people speaking dozens of languages that you don’t understand. Wander around the Olympic Park and you’ll encounter plenty of sequin-clad former acts getting in on the Olympic action. Belgian correspondent Daphne Dee puts on her […]