By now you’ve all heard that El Sueño De Morfeo will represent Spain at ESC 2013. But have any of you outside of Spain ever heard any of their songs?
Spain’s TVE will announce who will represent the country at Eurovision in the coming days. In honor of that, our Panamanian correspondent Mr. Häggkvist has compiled a list of his dream contestants. Olé!
Pastora Soler—Spanish Eurovision goddess and ultimate ballad diva—has finally released “Stay with Me”, the English-language version of her Eurovision entry “Quédate Conmigo.” We’re sad to report that a lot of the fabulousness of the original has been lost in translation. We don’t like the repetition of “you can show me heaven” as much as we […]
Hola Euroadictos! No habla espanol? Well no problem! That’s because the gorgeous and super talented Pastora Soler will release the English version of her Eurovision entry “Quedate Conmigo” on July 24. The translated song will drop as “Stay With Me.”
Mr Häggkvist, our man in Panama, is fed up with Spain’s record at Eurovision. Listen as he sounds off on all that’s wrong with Madrid’s approach. Ladies and Gentlemen of the Galaxy, Mesdames et Messieurs de la galaxie, Meine Damen und Herren der Galaxie, Damas y Caballeros de la Galaxia, even those who watch the […]
After reviewing the jury and televoting results for the grand final of Eurovision 2012, Team Wiwi were excited to see that some of the Big Five actually deserved their automatic berth in the final. Italy’s Nina Zilli placed fourth with the jury, while Spain’s Pastora Soler placed fifth. In terms of the televote, Germany’s Roman […]
The team at WiwiBloggs.Com is growing every day. That means even more attitude from even more parts of the world. Today we’re proud to introduce our first correspondent in Latin America. His name is Mr. Häggkvist and he’s a 20-year old public relations student in Panama. “I’m not European, but I think I was Swedish or maybe […]
The Big Five—France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the U.K.—contribute the most money to staging Eurovision every year. And while they have deep pockets, over the past decade they haven’t managed to leverage their money into success at ESC. Thankfully that’s changed in recent years. Italy’s Raphael Gualazzi placed second in 2011. And Germany’s Lena won […]