Lithuania will choose their Eurovision 2015 representative tonight, and wiwibloggs is on the ground to catch all the action. Yesterday, wiwiblogger Deban Aderemi paid a visit to Donny Montell’s recording studio, where he got down and dirty with the Eurovizjos finalists.

First he had a chat with the local hunk Vaidas Baumila. They discussed acting, modelling, fashion, and of course, Eurovision. Vaidas gives his honest opinion of last year’s entry, “Attention“, and he tells us his favourite ever Lithuanian ESC song (hint: it was the only song ever performed completely in Lithuanian). He also touched on Eurovizjos and the possibility of a duet between him and fellow contestant Monika Linkyte in Vienna. Watch the full interview below.

Interview: Vaidas Baumila (Eurovizjos 2015)

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Charles
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Charles

Probably the “gayest” interview ever Eurovision-related … … but I am glad that Vaidas actually reminded us of one of the most forgotten songs from 1999 … the year after Dana Int. won, a time way before all the madness and eccentrism of the years that came afterwards and made me have nightmares of embarrassment… so it makes sense Wiwibloggs may have little to no recollection of it .. except maybe for the Spanish singer’s dress and Charlotte Perelli/Nilsson’s winning entry. Anyway, good luck Vaidas: speaks amazing English unlike a certain Ruslana and others alike … and yes a handsome… Read more »

D
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D

This along with the interview with Monika are two of the best interviews I’ve seen on this site. They seem like such fun down-to-Earth people. I’m really hoping they get sent as a duet since they both deserve it, Mia doesn’t at all.

MTD
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MTD

Wiwiblogg blogger has the “enter in me now” attitude. 😛

Dhani
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you are totally right, Oostenrijk

Jacob
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Jacob

Seems like a down to earth, nice guy! 🙂

Oostenrijk
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Oostenrijk

It seems like the most important thing on this “blog” is that the male singers are good-looking and desirable for the unprofessional bloggers.

Otherwise it would be unimaginable that trash like “Take me down” by Markus Riva gets such a positive review. So I learned to take those reviews with a huge grain of salt.