Wiwi: Bonnie Tyler has always had a distinctly raspy voice—and that’s one of the reasons all of us love her. But at her first rehearsal this afternoon she sounded like she has taken up cigars and now relies on a ventilator. She’s simply past her prime vocally and appears to rest on her younger backing vocalists to […]
Earlier this week the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music un-professionals—traveled to Wales to review Bonnie Tyler’s Eurovision 2013 song “Believe in Me”. Did the “Total Eclipse of the Heart” singer score another hit with us? Or were we left searching for a hero ’til the end of the night? Read on to find out…
Every week we supply the photo, and you supply the caption. This week’s image comes from the official BBC Eurovision page, which is doing its best to big up the British contestant Bonnie Tyler and her song “Believe in Me”. Here’s how the official caption reads: “It’s the end of one era and the start […]
Bonnie Tyler is making a run for Eurovision glory with her song “Believe in Me”. Our friends at the Generic Logo Company want to help you get behind her (don’t read that the wrong way, nasty), so they’ve dreamed up these vintage-inspired t-shirts. Available in a variety of colours and sizes, they’ll look hot whether […]
You can read the lyrics to Bonnie Tyler’s “Believe in Me”—the U.K.’s song for Eurovision 2013—below. It’s heavy on the schmaltz and big on the voice, but something just isn’t floating our boat. We do, however, applaud Bonnie for wearing those tassels on her boots and all that black leather. That’s pretty fierce for a […]
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!