Sara Markoska has won first prize the prestigious 2012 Makfest competition in FYR Macedonia with the song, Posle nego. Sara first became known an international audience at the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Now her musical career is on the rise and she is becoming increasingly more popular.
Kejsi Tola is back with a brand new song, Perendeshe e Fantazise, at the 2012 Kenga Magjike festival in Albania. Kejsi is remembered by Eurovision fans for her popular entry, Carry Me In Your Dreams, at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest in Moscow.
When you have been commentator on the Eurovision Song Contest a total of 24 times and furthermore hosted your country's national final 11 times you become a legend - and that is what Jørgen De Mylius is in Denmark. In a newly released book he talks about his long career.
Hersi Matmuja has returned with a strong and upbeat dance song at the 2012 Kënga Magjike contest in Albania. Her song is called Animon. Hersi previously participated at the 2010 Festivali i Kenges to try and represent her country at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest.
Mirela, Paco Arrojo, Anael, Jorge González and Mónica Guech had something in common so far as that all of them had participated in the national selection to represent Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest. From now on, they are rivals in the Spanish edition of the talent show, The Voice.
In front of the wonderful frontage of the Santa Croce church, the historical soccer semifinal is being played between the Reds and the Whites. Slaps, punches, kicks and blood were the ingredients that stunned the audience at that time and so will it be this time - with Alexey Vorobyov.
Frostrósir has become something of an annual tradition in Iceland, with 2012 being the 11th time the popular tour takes place. What started off as a small event, has evolved into the largest Christmas performance in Europe, touring all over Iceland.
Nicole Azzopardi has returned to Malta gaining outstanding success at the Yerevan Is Calling music festival in Armenia. Nicole won two trophies and three diplomas at the festival held over eight days in Yerevan.