According to a compilation of polls from leading Eurovision fan sites, the battle to win the second semi-final at Eurovision 2011 comes down to Sweden’s Eric Saade and Estonia’s Getter Jaani.
On a stage where contestants sweat ambition, it’s only fitting that someone would rock up singing a song called “Popular.” Eric Saade, Sweden’s offering at Eurovision 2011, uses his three minutes to convey his desire for pan-European stardom — and the groupies that accompany it. “I’m trying to say that I want to be number […]
The plagiarism accusations at Eurovision 2011 just won’t stop. Sweden’s Eric Saade—the one who has come to blows with Russia’s Alexey Vorobyov over allegations of stealing his dances—now stands accused of stealing the intro from Boney M’s “Rasputin.” What do you think? Is Saade a thief? Is it acceptable for artists to borrow from other […]
Wiwi and Vebooboo’s readers are well-versed in the choreography controversy that has turned Sweden’s Eric Saade into Public Enemy #1 in Russia. But he’s not the only Eurovision 2011 act coping with allegations of plagiarism. YouTube users have accused the Danish entry, A Friend in London, of stealing their entire melody from Andreas Johnson’s 2006 […]
In his Eurovision entry, Eric Saade proclaims in his song that he “will be popular.” He sure was in Sweden throughout February and March, when he won the hearts of millions of Swedes on his way to a momentous victory over best friend forever Danny Saucedo.
The claws keep coming out at Eurovision 2011. First Jedward told a tabloid that Blue abandoned their fans. Now Russian contestant Alexey Vorobyov (a.k.a. Alex Sparrow) says that Sweden’s Eric Saade is ripping off his dance moves—and his glass cage. Meow!
As of April 12, Wiwi’s readers have cast 1,063 votes to determine who will win the first semi-final at Eurovision 2011, and 706 votes to determine who will win the second semi-final.
Over the past week, thirty aspiring pop stars have been flexing their muscles and drinking protein shakes in their quest to become Eurovision’s Next Top Male Model 2011. To help Wiwi whittle the field down to the 15 finalists who will move into the House of Wiwi, you guys have cast a total of 1,265 votes […]