In her official preview video, Kristina Pelakova fooled us into thinking that she could sing—and that she had the nerve to do so in front of millions. But when this Slovak beauty took the stage at Eurovision 2010 she seemed to lose her voice. Nerves led to pitch problems. Not even the troop of male […]
The Wiwi Jury—our international panel of music unprofessionals—hitchhiked to Bratislava this morning. After we told our driver we would only pay in cash, and not in kind, we reviewed Max Jason Mai’s “Don’t Close Your Eyes.” We kept our eyes open. But what about our ears? Read on to find out.
Deban: Max Jason Mai …mmm. Where do I start? For new readers joining this site, please turn your attention to the article I wrote on him a short while back. Max, your avoidance of the media has made you so introspective, it seems like you’ve really lost the plot! Did you think anyone enjoyed that? […]
A typical day in the WiwiBloggs Towers involves us rummaging through the Eurovision pile, and digging out ideas that may interest our readers. From Rambo Amadeus’s donkey to Anggun’s Photoshoped legs, we want to cover the news with attitude. But attitude is a two-way street, something we learned when reaching out to Slovakia’s Max Jason […]
Kristina came to Eurovision 2010 as one of the bookies’ favorites—but she ended up finishing 16th in her semi. The horror. She glued fake leaves on her ass to portray a sexy wood nymph and she still didn’t make the final. Anyway, she’s dusted herself off and is finally back with a new single called “Jablcko” […]
Read the lyrics to “Don’t Close Your Eyes”—Slovakia’s ESC 2012 song by Max Jason Mai.
Facing a reduced budget and ongoing financial problems, Slovakia’s state broadcaster RTVS has confirmed that it will not participate in Eurovision 2012, despite rumors to the contrary.
Daniela and Veronika Nizlova—the TWiiNS—released the sexiest press photos in the history of Eurovision earlier this year. Did they bring the same heat to the stage at this morning’s rehearsal? Wiwi and Vebooboo can’t seem to agree.