We all thought it was Girls Aloud, Bonnie Langford or Angie Brown. Some even thought Ryan Clark, JLS or One Direction. But brace yourselves people: Bonnie Tyler is the U.K.’s Eurovision contestant.
Britain’s Daily Mail has claimed that washed-up child star Bonnie Langford will sing for Britain at Eurovision 2013. Ephraim Hardcastle, a columnist with a tendency to break this kind of hard-hitting news, makes the claim in this morning’s edition.
Last year, Blue informed me that they’d be releasing a 10-track album with 10 hit songs. They also claimed that this album, which we now know as “Roulette”, would not feature their Eurovision hit “I Can”. Well, they lied!
Kimberly Walsh—one-fifth of British pop group Girls Aloud—will represent Britain at Eurovision 2013, or so says leading Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.
Supersonic PR, the agency that represents Girls Aloud, has denied ongoing rumours that the group will represent the U.K. at ESC 2013 in Malmö.
Conchita Wurst is part woman, part sausage, and 100% loveable. We found that out ahead of last year’s Austrian National Selection when Conchita was kind enough to speak with wiwibloggs about her wiener and her dreams.
Jade Ewen has taken a dive—and we’re not talking about her career post-Eurovision. The Sugababe competed on the first episode of Tom Daley’s reality diving contest “Splash” last Saturday. It’s like “Dancing with the Stars”, but it takes place on a diving board and doesn’t actually involve any celebrities. Anyway, Jade made a splash—but not […]
Last summer I got a scoop from Blue during an interview at Blackpool Pride. The boys told me to expect 10 singles on a 10-track album. Fast forward to today and we know that their single “Hurt Lovers” will be released in Germany on 4 January, and shortly after that in other territories. They’re hoping the […]