Sinéad Mulvey and Black Daisy will represent Ireland in the 2009 EUrovision Song Contest in Moscow. The four person songwriting team behind Et cetera include long time Eurovision fan Jonas Gladnikoff, we talked to the talented Swede to find out how he feels about the win.
Last night's Irish final saw Sinéad Mulvey and Black Daisy get the Irish ticket to Moscow, but who is behind the song? We talked to Irishman Niall Mooney to find out a bit more about the songwriting team of Et cetera.
Last night, after all the excitement of the voting in the Irish national final, we spoke to 1988 Eurovision host, Pat Kenny. He told us about his experience of the contest that year, what he thought of last night's songs and his view on the return of the jury to the contest.
Petr Elfimov kindly took time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions for us here at EuroVisionary.com. You can find out his views on Eurofest, Eurovision itself, Dmitry Koldun's top ten finish in 2007 and much, much more.
Hera Björk will participate at the 2009 Dansk Melodi Grand Prix. EuroVisionary have talked to her about the song, what she learned by being backing singer for Euroband in Belgrade, the good old 80's with Kirsten & Søren and then she reveals what she would serve for the Danish Queen Margrethe.
After Friday nights dress rehearsal EuroVisionary talked to three of the artists about their performances and expectations for tomorrow’s semi-final. Alcazar, Marie Serneholt, Nina Söderquist found time to talk to us.
In an exclusive interview with EuroVisionary, Marlain Angelides talks about her experience in Jerusalem and why she has come back for more. She tells us about the song she has entered in the Cypriot final this year, and gives her opinions about some of the new rules.
Tina recieved the highest points from the Romanian jury with her song Pleaca, and is therefore favourite to represent Romania at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest. EuroVisionary talked to her about her song and the upcoming national final.