If we are to believe the bookies, then we should all start booking hotels in Copenhagen soon. Emmelie de Forest is still cruising far ahead of the competition with odds as low as 13:12 and only as high as 7:4. (Perhaps they didn’t watch our video from the London Eurovision Party, which exposes some cracks […]
Zlata Ognevich—the Ukrainian diva who floats and plays with unicorns in her official music video—is about to blow up your phone. Her team have just announced that they have released a free “Gravity” ringtone on SoundCloud. You can also get it on iTunes. (We love that in the official press release they advise y’all to […]
Well, maybe that’s a stretch. But Zlata did discuss her plans for staging “Gravity” at Eurovision and raved about her back-up singers. She’s stunning, friendly, talented and we’re pretty much in love with her. You can hear our interview with Miss Ognevich below. Then you can read the press release her team sent to various […]
Attention Eurovision fans: Zlata Ognevich is single. It may be hard to believe, but the Ukrainian diva revealed that tidbit earlier this afternoon in a Google Chat interview with Ewen from ESC Insight, Victor from Eurovision.tv and Wiwibloggs.
We’ve spent a lot of time looking at the odds to win the final of Eurovision 2013, but the bookies also have betting markets for each of the semi-finals. Emmelie de Forest—the Dane who doesn’t wear shoes—looks like a shoe-in to win the first semi-final. She currently has odds as low as 7/4. And as […]
Another week, another set of Eurovision 2013 betting odds. Things at the top remain relatively stable, with Denmark, Norway and the Netherlands remaining the early favourites. But Ukraine’s Zlata Ognevich appears to be defying gravity. The Ukrainian beauty, who is currently performing very well in our search for Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2013, has moved […]
A few weeks ago Zlata Ognevich announced that she was consulting the people and re-working “Gravity”. Well the results of that poll can now be seen (and heard) in her official video.
Scientists spent hundreds of years defining gravity, so it’s only natural that Zlata Ognevich has spent some time re-thinking her entry “Gravity” for ESC 2013.