In recent years the Big 5—those countries with deep pockets who automatically qualify for the final—have really brought it. From Germany’s Lena to Italy’s Raphael Gualazzi, the Big 5 is now synonymous with the Top 10. Throw in the host nation, whose contestant won the previous year, and you’ve got six automatic qualifiers for the […]
In recent years the Big 5—those countries with deep pockets who automatically qualify for the final—have really brought it. From Germany’s Lena to Spain’s Pastora Soler, the Big 5 is now synonymous with the Top 10. Add to that the host nation, whose contestant won the previous year, and you’ve got six automatic qualifiers for […]
Vebooboo: You know what, William and I have a craving for smoothies right now and aren’t even wasting our time on this one. So enjoy the video below! LOL You can read our song reviews on the Wiwi Jury page. Then read the lyrics to this year’s entries on our contestants page. And then vote for […]
Vebooboo: The Spanish entry is allowed to be called ‘Contigo hasta el final’ because it’s guaranteed a spot…and that’s where I have some major beef. People, this song sucks, and the fact that it will ‘grace’ the stage on Saturday instead of one of the 13 early exits is a travesty. Don’t get me wrong–I […]
Last night the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music unprofessionals—headed to Madrid to eat manchego and to review El Sueño De Morfeo’s Eurovision 2013 song. Did “Contigo hasta el final” have us shouting “Olé!” Or did it induce a siesta? Read on to find out…
Earlier today Stella from esctoday.com, Viktor from Eurovision.tv and Wiwibloggs logged on to Google Plus to have a chat with El Sueno de Morfeo. Among other things lead vocalist Raquel del Rosario told us she has to keep the boys in line and David Feito said that Pastora Soler has been really supportive of them […]
Mr Häggkvist, a Panama-based correspondent for wiwibloggs, tuned into Spain’s national selection last night. He’s totally thrilled that voters selected “Contigo Hasta el Final” (With You All the Way). Here’s his account of what unfolded. Caliente!
Last week Spain’s TVE asked Spanish voters to choose between two songs—’Atrévete’ and ‘Revolución’. The winner would earn the right to do battle against two other songs in the national final on 26 February.