Sinplus have won Die Grosse Entscheidungsshow—and with it the right to represent Switzerland at Eurovision 2012. Check out the final standings and listen to the winning song now!
Lys Assia, the winner of the very first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956, has submitted a song for Die Grosse Entscheidungsshow 2012—the Swiss national selection.
The deadline to apply for Die grosse Entscheidungs, the show that determines who will represent Switzerland at Eurovision 2012, is September 30. Ultra Nate is hoping the Swiss will go American.
It’s been nearly 48 hours since the Eurovision finale, and Eurovision artists are already climbing the iTunes charts. Azerbaijan’s Ell & Nikki appear on the most Top 10 lists (seven in total), and have reached #1 in Luxembourg. Denmark’s A Friend in London appear on five charts, and Ireland’s Jedward on four. Interestingly, Jedward topped […]
Anna Rossinelli presented a new version of her Eurovision entry “In Love for a While” during the Swiss Awards gala on January 8. The Basel-born beauty also sported a new look by dying her hair a daring bleached blond color. Wiwi isn’t totally sure what’s different about the song, so if you have a clue […]
Moments ago Swiss voters chose Anna Rossinelli for Eurovision 2011. The 23-year old beat out 11 other finalists, whose songs you can listen to here. According to her MySpace profile, Rossinelli isn’t signed to a record label yet. Wiwi imagines that will change if the Basel-born singer follows in the footsteps of Celine Dion and […]
Switzerland’s last Eurovision winner Following Michael von der Hyde‘s last place finish at the second semi-final of Eurovision 2010, Switzerland is going all out this year and staging a televised national final–the first since 2004. Here’s a look at the 12 finalists. Notice they’ve chosen a finalist to represent each of Switzerland’s four national languages: […]
When Romania’s Todomondo and Denmark’s DQ competed against each other at Eurovision 2007 in Helsinki, the Romanians had the edge. Todomondo finished 13th in the final, while DQ finished 19th in the semis. Having licked their wounds, both groups are back—and both are competing for the chance to represent Switzerland.