RTBF, Belgium’s Walloon-language national broadcaster, has taken austerity a bit far. In an apparent effort to shore up its finances ahead of Eurovision 2011, the network is forcing fans to fork over a minimum of 5 euros each if they want to have a say in this year’s selection process.
In early September Turkish broadcaster TRT announced its first shortlist of candidates for Eurovision 2011. Now officials have added five more names to the pot. They are:
Wiwi hates making fun of children. That’s why he always struggles to write about the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. But rather than ignoring the event altogether, Wiwi has uploaded videos of those cute (and occasionally frightening) children who have already won their national selection contest. My instincts tell me it’ll be a race between Georgia’s […]
Read the lyrics and English translation to Vladimir Arzumanyan’s “Mama.” Vladimir won the 2010 Junior Eurovision Song Contest for Armenia.
Christos Mylordou has won the right to represent Cyprus at Eurovision 2011 in Germany.
Turkey’s state broadcaster TRT has announced its short list of candidates for Eurovision 2011. The public will cast their votes sometime between now and December. The finalists are listed below. Take a look at them in action, and then vote for your favorite!
After Anna Bergendahl became the first Swedish contestant to ever be eliminated during the semi-finals of Eurovision, she consoled herself by trashing Dutch contestant Sieneke. Then she released an album entitled Yours Sincerely.
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