In the six weeks since we launched our prediction polls, Wiwi’s readers have cast a total of 13,352 votes to to determine who will win the first and second semi-finals at ESC 2012. In our second update, we see that Greece’s Eleftheria Eleftheriou, Cyprus’ Ivi Adamou, Sweden’s Loreen and Serbia’s Zeljko Jokismovic remain the favorites […]
Each week the team at WiwiBloggs.Com pauses to reflect on all the nasty—and occasionally positive—comments you guys have made on our site. We’re going to start sharing some of our favorite comments and arguments so that they don’t go unnoticed. We’re all about openness, people, so let us know which Eurovision contestants you love—and which […]
The team at WiwiBloggs.Com love when one song reminds us of another—and the latest example shows that folk and rock can, in fact, overlap. Gloria—one of Wiwi’s more observant readers—recently noticed similarities in Zeljko Joksimovic’s 2012 Eurovision song “Nije ljubav stvar” (Love Is Not a Thing) and A Friend in London’s 2011 Eurovision song “New Tomorrow.” The […]
In recent days, fans of Zeljko Joksimovic have inundated Wiwi’s comments pages with messages of support for Zeljko’s ESC 2012 entry “Nije ljubav stvar” (Love is not a thing). He’s also on the bookies’ list of potential winners, and currently in a tight-race with Loreen to win our annual polls to determine who will win the final and the second semi-final. That encouraged Wiwi […]
Belgium and San Marino haven’t picked their contestants. And Britain and a host of other countries have not yet revealed their song. But, as with the first semi-final, the bookies at Betfair are already making predictions and throwing down odds for the second semi-final at Eurovision 2012.
For Zeljko Joksimovic—Serbia’s contestant for ESC 2012—it was a matter of double your pleasure, double your fun. On March 10 he debuted his Eurovision entry “Synonym” in English. Then he performed the Serbian-language verison of the song, which is entitled “Nije ljubav stvar.” We won’t know which version he’ll choose to perform in Baku until […]
Zeljko Joksimovic is no stranger to Eurovision fans. But the Serbian representative for Eurovision 2012 has told partners at ESC Serbia that his song will contain plenty of surprises, even for his most loyal followers.
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).