A total of four of this year's Eurovision Song Contest entries are to be found on the top20 chart for ringtones in Sweden. Only two of them made it to the single chart, but the official album with all 43 entries are selling well - and even former shows are selling well on DVD's.
The Danes didn't really know A Friend In London when they voted for them to represent their country in Düsseldorf. The band have mainly had their career in Canada, but this summer they are touring in homecountry Denmark before an album will be released.
Who could have resisted the charms of young Axel Ehnström, otherwise known as Paradise Oskar as he strummed his simple plea to save the planet for Finland in Düsseldorf? Well, the talented young musician strikes will the iron is hot and wastes no time in releasing his debut album Sunday Songs.
Stella Mwangi, despite her failure to advance from the 1st semi final in Düsseldorf, can't be kept down for long. Europe may not have fallen for her bundles of charm and bubbly personality, but that certainly doesn't appear to have put a dampener on her outlook to the future.
Whether the Dutch population believed more in Sieneke making it to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest than 3JS or not fact is that the viewing figures for the second semi-final, where the Netherlands participated in, suffered a drop of approximately 400,000 viewers compared to last year.
Next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Azerbaijan will be held without Stefan Raab. Today the popular German TV host and entertainer explained that he decided to quit the Eurovision Song Contest due to personal reasons. This means he will be no longer responsible for the selection of the German representative.
Denmark experienced a little drop in the viewing figures for the Eurovision Song Contest final this year however they are still quite high compared to other countries. A total of 1,587,000 people watched A Friend in London ending 5th in the final in Düsseldorf.