The claws keep coming out at Eurovision 2011. First Jedward told a tabloid that Blue abandoned their fans. Now Russian contestant Alexey Vorobyov (a.k.a. Alex Sparrow) says that Sweden’s Eric Saade is ripping off his dance moves—and his glass cage. Meow!
When he isn’t slapping his assistants and dragging them across the floor by their hair, Russian Eurovision diva Filip Kirkorov enjoys recording covers of Eurovision songs. So the slap-happy star recently teamed up with Russian songstress Kamalyia to record a cover of “Playing with Fire,” the 2010 Eurovision entry from Romania (which placed third). Two […]
At the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest, Russia’s Dima Bilan and Ukraine’s Ani Lorak finished one-two. They may have duked it out on stage in Belgrade, but they’ve re-united on friendlier terms judging from this emotional duet of “Piu’ Che Puoi,” sung in Italian on Russian TV. Finally: some proof that ESC can bring people together […]
Thanks to the help of Vebooboo’s Russian boyfriend and a dedicated Wiwibloggs fan named Nirgal, we are able to bring you a leaked video of Russia’s entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
Following the depressing sounds and disheveled look of Peter Nalitch in 2010, Russia has chosen a contestant who a) is upbeat and b) doesn’t look homeless. Aleksey Vorobyov will perform a song called “Get You”—which he’ll present on March 12. It was written by RedOne, who produced Lady Gaga‘s Poker Face. One look at Aleksey […]
When Russian Eurovision star and notorious diva Philip Kirkorov isn’t slapping women and dragging them across the floor, he enjoys singing covers of popular Eurovision songs. Below you can hear him tackle Dana International’s “Diva” and Malena Ernman’s “La Voix”—and then compare him to the originals! What do you think? Does Philip have anything on […]
Flamboyant Russian pop diva Philipp Kirkorov has fled to Israel after allegedly b*tch slapping a female assistant because he was unhappy with the lighting at a concert venue.
Russia’s entry is called Lost and Forgotten. After watching footage of their first rehearsal, I promise you that Peter Nalitch will be both lost and forgotten during the first semi-final. What was Russia thinking by selecting this guy? He’s trying to be a Slavic Placido Domingo but he comes off as a bad wedding singer. […]