Watch Kristall’s official video of “Europe,” her entry at Junior Eurovision 2011. Lyrics follow the video.
In the wake of Ukraine’s national final, Mika Newton made it clear that she didn’t want to sing “Angel” at Eurovision. But officials told her to suck it up—she won with that song, and she would perform with that song—and they promised to head back to the recording studio to revamp it. She got what […]
At the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest, Russia’s Dima Bilan and Ukraine’s Ani Lorak finished one-two. They may have duked it out on stage in Belgrade, but they’ve re-united on friendlier terms judging from this emotional duet of “Piu’ Che Puoi,” sung in Italian on Russian TV. Finally: some proof that ESC can bring people together […]
Oops. They did it again. For the second year running, Ukraine will hold a “do-over” after accusations of vote rigging marred the victory of 24-year old Mika Newton.
Choose a bad egg, and you’ll end up with yolk all over your crotch. It’s a lesson that officials at NTU, Ukraine’s national broadcaster, learned all too well while selecting the nation’s 2010 Eurovision contestant. Rather than holding a public vote (de rigeur in Eurovision Nation), NTU’s director made an executive decision to send Vasyl […]
Elena Gheorghe, Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2009 As of May 17 at midnight, Wiwi’s readers had cast 1,720 votes to determine who should win Eurovision’s Next Top Model. Eurovision front-runner and teen singing sensation Safura has jumped into a commanding lead with 39% of all votes. Last week she was in fifth position with only […]
If you choose a bad egg, you end up with yolk all over your crotch. It’s a lesson officials at NTU, the national broadcaster of the Ukraine, have learned all too well. After internally selecting Vasyl Lazarovichâ€”the pervy guy with a penchant for coming on to womenâ€”to represent the nation at Eurovision, the broadcaster realized […]
The Ukraine chose its Eurovision representative for a second time tonight, overturning the results of a previous internal selection that had Vasyl Lazarovich heading to Norway.Â Twenty-three-year old Alyosha will be flying the Ukrainian flag in Oslo. What do you think? Is Aloysha’s song “To Be Free” likely to do better than Vasyl’s “I Love […]