Photoshop and camera tricks do not a true beauty make. Alexander Rybak has been heralded as Norway’s answer to Zac Efron, but Wiwibloggs can now reveal that Rybak is totally DCI—he deteriorates on closer inspection.
OK, not really. But Chiara has decided to leave her daughter in Malta during the Eurovision Song Contest so that she can concentrate on squeezing herself into a dress and singing and stuff.
When asked recently if they would bring some Azeri heat to Moscow, Azerbaijan’s sultry duo warned fans to pack their fire extinguishers: “We will set the stage on fire in every way you can imagine it, that I can promise,” Arash told web site Eurovision Song Contest Today. And AySel’s thoughts? “The fire of our […]
From the folk dancers who appear to be doing Russian aerobics, to the blond backup singers dressed as Greek goddesses, Norway’s entry is full of what-the-f*ck moments. At the center of it all is Alexander Rybak, a Russian-born violinist who, by all accounts, is incredibly sweet and lovable. He celebrates his 23rd birthday on May […]
Ukraine’s Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has ordered the National Television Company (NTC) to broadcast the Eurovision song contest.
I’m seriously worried that crusty old Andrew Lloyd Weber will join the U.K. representative Jade Ewen on stage in Moscow.
It’s just broken that Elena Gheorghe, Romania’s Eurovision representative, will fly to Moscow on a “personal” plane after a deal was reached between Romania’s TVR network and Blue Air, a Romanian airline.
Chiara Siracusa has a big voice—and a body to match. The Maltese songstress has competed in Eurovision twice—first in 1998, then in 2005. Could the third time be a charm?
According to her official Eurovision biography, Romania’s Elena Gheorghe comes from a family of priests. If those priests have seen the latest video for “The Balkan Girls,” I suspect they’re preparing the holy water.
Read the lyrics and translation of Malena Ernman’s “La Voix”—Sweden’s Eurovision 2009 entry. She finished 21st in the final with 33 points.