Many of our readers will in the coming days be celebrating Christmas, though there is a big difference between how it is celebrated in the various countries. From EuroVisionary we would however like to wish you all a merry Christmas. We hope that you, sourounded by your loved ones, will have a nice holiday.
Since their win in 2006, Lordi have been plagued by problems. Their popularity waned, only to explode once more. Add to the equasion frequent changes to the line up and you have a recipe for the stereotypical rockband story. Lordi have however overcome their difficulties and are back, bigger and brasher than ever before.
Yohanna enjoyed a sizeable hit after coming second with Is It True? for Iceland in 2009. The single charged into the top 20 of no fewer than 8 territories and her album Butterflies and Elvis finally managed to get an international release. She hopes to replicate the success with her newest single, released just in time for Christmas.
Latvian broadcaster LTV made public both song titles and composers of all qualifying entries for next year's national selection this afternoon, with some familiar names making an appearance and raising expectations.
Dutch trio De Toppers announced to Dutch media today of their plans to make a film together. Not content with concquering the Dutch music market, the multi talented trio also want to make their mark on the silver screen.
Former Dutch entrants Marcha and Sandra Reemer had a successful five years together with Sjoukje Smit (Maggie MacNeal) as the trio Dutch Divas, until things all turned sour and the trio became a duo. Now, 7 years later, Reemer talked to the Dutch press about the less than amicable split.
Liliane Saint-Pierre already had a well established career when participating on home soil for Belgium in 1987 with Soldiers of Love. Her entry was surprisingly enough not a hit the first time around, but experienced something of a renaissance on various Belgian charts this autumn. Saint-Pierre will be giving a rather unique concert this coming January.
Katy Garbi has continuously incorporated traditional Greek music into her sound, with her Greek entry from the 1993 Eurovision Song Contest, Ellada, Hora Tou Fotos being no exception. After a short hiatus, the songstress is back with both a new record deal and a new single to mark the occasion.