In case you didn’t get it the first time, Ell & Nikki love you guys, and think you’re fantastic. That’s the message they gave fans at the Eurovision 2011 afterparty held for contestants, delegates and corporate sponsors. William and Vebooboo managed to blag their way in, and this is what they saw.
In the aftermath of two disappointing performances at Eurovision—Soraya finished 24th in 2009, and Daniel Diges finished 15th in 2010—Spain is looking for a hero. Perhaps that’s why this year’s 24 semi-finalists are all performing covers of Eurovision’s greatest hits. During Friday’s first semi-final, televoters gave the green light to three acts, and the jury […]
Maria Isabel won over Junior Eurovision voters in 2004 with her ode to materialism “Better Dead Than Plain” (Antes Muerta Que Sencilla). Since then she’s released four platinum albums and become a huge star in Latin America. So when the 15-year old Spaniard agreed to perform with the six other previous JESC winners in Minsk […]
Over the past two months, Wiwi’s readers have cast a total of 39,524 votes for their favorite Eurovision contestant. Polls closed at 11:59pm on May 28, on the eve of the live finale. The results have now been tallied and verified by an accountant (Wiwi’s sister), the artists’ agents have been called and the boxes […]
After three weeks and 7,440 votes, it’s time to make our final cut in the semi-finals of Eurovision’s Next Top Male Model. This week Wiwi is sending one man home, and it’s rather clear cut. This aspiring model received just 8 votes—or 0.11%. He’ll be singing Allez! Ola! Olé! at Eurovision, so Wiwi is going […]
“Algo pequeñito” lyrics and translation — Daniel Diges (Spain)
Over the past eight days Wiwi’s readers have cast 1,500 votes to say who they think should represent Spain at Eurovision 2010. So far Anabel Conde has jumped to a commanding lead with her ballad Sin Miedos. She’s claimed 52% of all votes. Ainhoa Cantalapiedra (who sounds like a Spanish Toni Braxton) is second with […]
Over the past few weeks, Spanish voters cast 5.7 million votes to determine which ten acts would make it to the national final. Wiwi is sad that luscious-lipped journalist Karmele Merchante didn’t make the cut with her song She’s A Tsunami (Spanish officials had the nerve to eliminate her because they thought her entry was […]