Alexander Rybak, the winner of Eurovision 2009, will perform his new single ‘Europe’s Skies’ during the interval segment at Junior Eurovision this Saturday, Nov. 20. Organizers originally said that Rybak—who was born in Belarus but raised in Norway—would perform the opening act with 2005 Junior Eurovision winner Ksenia Sitnik. But she’ll be singing the opening […]
Malta’s Nicole Azzopardi has landed in Minsk and the Maltese star is turning up the heat in her campaign to win Junior Eurovision. Today her delegation uploaded a dance re-mix of her song “Knock Knock…Boom Boom!” What do you guys think? [youtube Ofoa1hEhqFg&feature=youtube_gdata_player]
JuniorEurovision.tv is reporting that Belgium’s Junior Eurovision contestants Jill & Lauren have clocked up more than 750,000 hits on YouTube with their video for “Get Up!” That’s pretty impressive. Even more impressive is that their song has already gone platinum in Belgium.
Georgia and Malta are currently leading’s Wiwi’s poll to determine who will win Junior Eurovision 2010. But Wiwi has a feeling that Latvia’s Sarlote Lenmane could be a real threat.
With the 2010 Junior Eurovision Song Contest right around the corner, Wiwi knows you want to relive the 2009 JESC one more time. To make your life easier, he’s pasted all of last year’s contestants below in the order that they finished. He’s also included the opening number and the voting results.
This video doesn’t answer that question entirely, but at least we know 2007 winner Alexey Zhigalkovich cuts his hair, that Holland’s Ralf Mackenbach has kept on dancing and that the Tolmachevy Twins still look like each other:
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.