Here we go again. Wiwi needs your help to determine who deserves the prestigious title of Eurovision’s Artist of the Millennium. It’s time to remind ourselves of the top finishers from the 2005 contest in Kiev.
And then there were three. On Saturday Armenia became the third country to select its participant for the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev. Televoters chose Luara Hairapetian and her upbeat soccer anthem Barcelona, about the Spanish football club. Wiwi think’s she’ll be getting lots of votes from Spain. Watch the video of her […]
Wiwi is still searching for Eurovision’s Artist of the Millennium. Today we’re reviewing the top finishers from the 2004 contest in Istanbul. Take a look, have a think and get ready to vote on July 19!
It’s the fourth day of Wiwi’s hunt to find Eurovisionâ€™s Artist of the Millennium. Let’s briefly review the contenders from the 2003 contest in Riga. It was one of the closest finals ever, with Turkey, Belgium and Russia scoring 167, 165 and 164 points, respectively. The competition was marred by scandal when it emerged that […]
It’s Day 3 of our search for Eurovision’s Artist of the Millennium. Today we’re reviewing the top finishers from the 2002 contest in Tallinn, Estonia. There was a tie for third place this year, so you’ll be viewing four contestants instead of the normal three. Watch them carefully, take notes and prepare to vote on […]
Armenia’s Inga & Anush Arshakyans, the sister act that placed tenth at Eurovision in 2009, have said that they wrote their sexy folk tune Jan Jan “in the genre of folk” and that they added “elements of contemporary music trends” to it. Translation? “We wrote it ourselves.” Azeri activists don’t buy it: they believe the […]
In our ongoing mission to choose Eurovision’s Artist of the Millennium, it’s time to review the top finishers from the 2001 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen.
So you guys can better choose Eurovision’s Artist of the Millennium, Wiwi is going to remind you of all 31 contestants over the next ten days. Here are the contenders from the 2000 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm.
Europe crowned Norway’s fiddle-fingering Alexander Rybak the king of Eurovision in 2009. But does he deserve the title of Eurovision Artist of the Millennium? Wiwi knows you guys have strong opinions—you cast more than 12,500 votes in last month’s poll—so he’s turning things over to you again to determine which performer sang a little better […]
Alexander Rybak traded in his Eurovision fiddle for a ukulele during a recent performance of his single Funny Little World. Alexander wasn’t laughing when he nearly fell off the stage while walking down a tiny staircase. Check it out at the 1:40 mark.