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.

First Place: Denmark’s The Olsen Brothers with “Fly On The Wings of Love.” An old man with a guitar sings about loving some lady. Back-up singers resemble Las Vegas drag queens.

Second Place: Russia’s Alsou with “Solo.” Apparently she gave a man her heart, and he tore it apart, so she’s going solo. As part of that, she got some friends together, they put on aerobics outfits and then they sang about how her man did her wrong. Surely they had a bigger budget for costumes. . .If you’re having problems viewing this video, then click here to watch an extended version.

Third Place: Latvia’s BrainStorm with “My Star.” A kooky and likable Latvian sings about his “star,” and how he’d like her to become his “runaway bride.” He’s wearing bell-bottoms and acting kind of zany amid garden imagery, so Wiwi thinks said garden must contain a lot of marijuana.

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Well, it still says invalid parameter, anyway that’s just for feedback. The good thing is I followed the link to youtube and yes, you’re right! She was hilarious, I mean, the song and dance number was so retro, looks like they just emerged from the ’70s just like the Latvian guy. I wonder if that’s the trend today just like this Gerald Genta classic making a comeback. BTW, Wiwi, what’s xoxo?

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The Olsen Brothers were surprisingly good and the Latvian singer is funny and quite amusing, if I must say. Now, my de Grisogono watch award goes to video number 2 because I can’t open it… lol. Come on, Wiwi, fix it! I want to see this girl. 😉