Armenia has selected their 2011 Junior Eurovision Song Contest entry. After winning the national final, Dalita will quite apropriate sing Welcome to Armenia at the contest to be held in Yerevan. 16 acts performed in the national final, that was hosted by Vladimir Arzumanyan, the Junior Eurovision 2010 winner.
BBC launched their 9th series of Strictly Come Dancing Saturday evening. Among the non professionals who will be competing on dancing skills over the next few months is 1969 Eurovision Song Contest winner Lulu. Together with New Zealand dancing partner Brandan Cole she will try to beat, among others, Australian's '80's pop star Jason Donovan.
Domenique Azzopardi has had a very busy year. She participated in the Malta Eurosong with I'll Follow The Sunshine written by Ralph Siegel and also theMalta Summer Hit Contest. Now she is successfully starring in a new popular Maltese drama called D.R.E.A.M.S.
Sirusho, who represented Armenia at the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest, has released a brand new single in English and it is called, I Like It. She will shortly release a promotional video for this upbeat dance song. I Like It is available now on iTunes.
When Danish broadcaster, DR, Friday evening kicked off for the first live show of their new programme "Skjulte Stjerner" it was with A Friend In London's Tim Schou singing duet with Gry's 13 year old son. There was little doubt that they are among the favourites to win.
Over the past three weeks EuroVisionary have guided you through Jedward's stay in the UK Celebrity Big Brother house. Today was the final day - and it appears to be the surprise of the year when the British population only voted the energetic Irish twins into this year's third position.
After having been forgiven for many crazy things in the UK Celebrity Big Brother Jedward scares their housemates when they as punk rockers starts to destroy the house. Did the Irish twins finally go too far? Later they are separated again as John become a boyband member and Edward a member of a girlband!
They used to be "the clean team" of the house, but has now fallen off so much that they were punished by Big Brother. Unfortunately the hyper active twins didn't quite see it as punishment when they officially became the babies of the house, but no matter how crazy they act the housemates don't put them up for eviction.
TV Production mogul John De Mol, the dutch tycoon behind such global companies such as Endemol Entertainment, who in turn have inflicted the likes of Big Brother and Deal or No Deal on the viewing public has been drafted in by dutch broadcaster TROS to update their national selection process.