Greece and Slovakia continue to trade places as the bookies’ favorite to win the first Eurovision semi-final. Most London betting agencies are now giving Greece’s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends a slight advantage over Slovakia’s Kristina (who may share choreographers with 2004 Eurovision winner Ruslana). Bookmakers at Boylesports have Greece down as the 3:1 favorite with […]
Slovakia’s Kristina is already a favorite to win the first Eurovision semi-final with her other-worldly song Horehronie. Now, with the help of these remixes, she may soon be a favorite in Bratislava’s clubs, too. Below you can watch the original and then compare it with a few remixes. If you have any other versions, post […]
Boylesports, a London-based betting agency, has released its first set of odds for the first Eurovision semi-final. Greeceâ€™s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends with â€œOpaâ€ are the current favorites to win at 11/4. Slovakia’s Kristina (it’s “Horehronie,” not “Whore Horny”) is a close second at 7/2. And Belgium’s Tom Dice, who sounds strikingly similar to U.S.-singer […]
Two beautiful ladies. Two fantastic songs. One style of dance. Has anyone else been thinking that 2004 Eurovision winner Ruslana and current Slovak rep Kristina share the same choreographer? Wiwi’s hoping Kristina will share Ruslana’s good fortune and walk away with the crown in Oslo. Slovakia’s Kristina (Slovak Winner, 2010): Ukraine’s Ruslana (Eurovision Winner, 2004): […]
Slovakia hasn’t fared well at Eurovision in the past: it’s never finished higher than 18th. But that bleak record is set to change this year with 22-year old Slovak pop sensation Kristina. Her song Horehronie has the same other-worldy, mystical quality that helped Estonia’s Urban Symphony finish sixth last year. Wiwi can’t speak a lick […]
Read the lyrics to “Horehronie” and watch the video of Slovakia’s Kristina performing the song at Eurovision 2010 in Oslo.
Read the lyrics and translation to “Let Tmou,” Slovakia’s entry at Eurovision 2009. Kamil Mikulcik and Nela Fly placed 18th out of 19 countries in the second semi-final with 8 points.