Sabina Babayeva the Azerbaijani entrant at the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 has just released a new single Sevgi Nəğməmiz (Love Song). The release of the song was put on hold for a year but has finally been released for all to hear. The song has heavy bossanova overtones and she sings convincingly about love .
Before we take you through this day 3 at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest let's take a look at one of the other things going on yesterday. Here you can see how it sounded when Buranovskiye Babushki sang their Russian cover version of Beatles' Yesterday.
After the second semi-final where Denmark qualified for the final two German volunteers celebrated by singing the Danish entry outside the press centre. Would they be able to do better than A Friend In London? See the video and judge for yourself.
What should have been the second Icelandic press conference turned into a fabulous Eurovision party with Sjonni's Friends as our hosts. Judging by the reaction by the press we are very likely to be going to Reykjavík next year as they received the biggest ever applause here in Düsseldorf.
The speedtalking Irish duo left the press puzzled last evening. Is it brilliant or just plain silly? In this video you can hear them sing their entry Lipstick and talk about topics such as girls; in particular two Slovak twins came up.
At last evening's first Danish press conference A Friend In London served the press to a bit from this year's Swedish entry, a Danish national final song from 1988, a song about Düsseldorf in German and of course their own song in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest New Tomorrow.
At last evening's first Swedish press conference the Swedish team had to meet the press after a somewhat challenging rehearsal. In this video you can hear their answers to some of the more interesting questions.
At his first press conference Eric Saade was asked to sing some from his favourite Swedish entry. As he didn't remember the lyrics to The Ark's The Worrying Kind he instead asked for permission to sing his own song, Popular. He was of course allowed.
Some returning visitors will know that we, here at EuroVisionary, often like to end our interviews with asking the "victim" to ask themselves a question and answer it. Today 3JS, realised that we can also ask it at a press conference.