Over the past few weeks the team from WiwiBloggs.com have been running around Malmö in search of freshly squeezed Eurovision juice and gossip. We’ve had some serious fun writing our reviews, conducting interviews and assessing this year’s latest ESC fashion trends. Our site is growing faster than Birgit Oigemeel’s baby bump, and we need your help to keep the content—and the attitude—flowing.

We’re looking for new correspondents throughout Europe to join our team. Ideally we’re looking for folks who can follow and write-up Eurovision news in their home country. Once approved for the team, we’ll give you a login so you can upload your content, which we’ll then sassify and publish.

Please note: writing for the blog is in no way a guarantee of press accreditation for Eurovision itself, as there are a limited number of spots available for each site. However, attending your country’s national final is possible. And you’ll definitely get to interview the Eurovision stars and contenders in your home country.

If interested, please e-mail wiwi.bloggs [at] gmail [dot] com and CC our HR Director vebooboo [at] gmail [dot] com.

We’re running to the airport now, but stay tuned as we will announce the results of our search for Eurovision’s Next Top Model and Male Model next week!

Update: Thank you to everyone who has already e-mailed us. We are still exhausted from Malmö, but will reply to every e-mail by June 30! In the meantime, if you have two or three story ideas from your region, please feel free to e-mail them in! Best wishes, Team Wiwi

You can read our song reviews on the Wiwi Jury page. Then read the lyrics to this year’s entries on our contestants page. And then vote for your favourite contestants in our various polls.