Azeri web site News.Az is reporting that 77 hopefuls will battle it out to represent Azerbaijan at Eurovision 2011.
In the sleekest preview video ever made for Junior Eurovision, Georgia’s Mariam Kakhelishvili proves that she is the Lady Gaga of the East.
Jana Kask, who won the second season of Eesti otsib superstaari—Estonia’s version of Pop Idol—will compete to represent Estonia at Eurovision 2011.
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.
Photo by Vincent Hasselgard, Aktiv I Oslo.no After years of speculation, Israeli pop star and 2010 Eurovision contestant Harel Skaat has finally come out of the glass closet. (We’ve chosen the word “glass” because we could all see right through it).
Producers have finalized the running order for JESC 2010. Here’s how the show will unfold:
Forty-two year old Celine Dion gave birth to premature twin boys on Saturday, finally realizing her dream of becoming a mother again following a long struggle to become pregnant.
She placed third at Eurovision 2010, and she won first place in Wiwi’s search for Eurovision’s Next Top Model. Now Romania’s Paula Seling has her eyes locked on winning ‘Dansez Pentru Tine,’ Romania’s version of ‘Dancing with the Stars.’
On June 6 Finnish broadcaster YLE began accepting submissions for Eurovision 2011. The network received a total of 277 entries, which it then narrowed to 12 semi-finalists: Automatic Eye, Sami Hintsanen, Johanna Iivanainen, Jimi Constantine, Jonna, Soma Manuchar, Marko Maunuksela, Milana Misic, Eveliina Määttä, Paradise Oskar, Tommi Soidinmäki and Stala & So. Last week, three […]
With less than a month to go, teeny boppers from Moscow all the way to Stockholm are perfecting their dance moves and squeezing into costumes that surely have their parents blushing. Who will win Junior Eurovision 2010? It’s up to you, Europe!