All the regulars turned up at the first semi-final press conference at Eurovision 2011: the contestants sweating ambition, the journalists asking stupid questions and the photographers taking pictures of folks obscured by microphones. Wiwi and Vebooboo sat through the madness so you wouldn’t have to. Here are the highlights.
Serbia’s Milan Stankovic is a bona fide party animal and, judging from these poolside photos, a bit of a playboy. Following his recent performance in Oslo, he’s earned another mark of distinction: Eurovision’s Worst Dressed Contestant in 2010.
Eurovision’s press team has posted footage from a party hosted by the Serbian delegation. Milan Stankovic must be a pretty popular guy, as nearly every contestant is there. I’m not sure if I learned anything important from watching this. But I now know that Hera Bjork from Iceland loves B-B-Q, and that Vukasin Brajic from […]
I like the concept of Milan and his dancers emerging from these oversized light fixtures, but they look kind of cheap (you can see them wobbling). Hopefully when the lights are dimmed during the actual competition the dancers will cast better shadows. “We want to look like candies from a candy shop, just sweet,” he […]
Love him or hate him, you always remember Milan Stankovic. Since winning the right to represent Serbia at Eurovision on March 13, the 22-year old has inspired shock and awe in equal measure. Fans praise his energy and have dubbed him the next Placido Domingo. Critics deem his voice feeble and compare him to a […]
Ask and you shall receive! Many of you have been e-mailing Wiwi to ask for more images of Serbian heartthrob Milan Stankovic (na ovim slikama je Milan bez majice). Well, here they are. Just click on the gallery images below to enlarge them. But before you do that, check out Milan’s hot video for his […]
Ovo je Balkan Eeeeej, Ljubice, Ljubice, praviš mi Ljubice zazubice Eeeeej, stisni me, kisni me Ljubice, na grudi pritisni me Ljubiš me ko balavica, Nije te sram Beograd, Beograd Ja bezobrazan Ne jednom, ne dvaput, tri puta, ne Beograd, Beograd tri puta, po naški je Balkan, Balkan, Balkan, Ovo je Balkan Come on! Op, op, […]