As the national finals get into full swing across Europe, controversy is starting to creep in to the Armenian selections. One of the songs due to compete in the final has been found to be similar to two other songs.
Regina, that represents Bosnia & Herzegovina, gave a live version at their first entry in Russian. It took place at their first press conference where a birthday song was also being sung for a backing singer.
It’s almost here! Very soon, the delegations will arrive in Moscow and rehearsals will begin for the 54th Eurovision Song Contest. The question on everyone’s lips is who will be celebrating participation in the final, and who will stomp off in a huff?
The Rockband Regina will be representing Bosnia and Herzegovina at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest with the song called Bistra Voda which means Clear Water. As it will be seen in this video the song give sclear hints to communism.
An internal jury has selected the group Regina to represent Bosnian & Herzegovina at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest. Tonight their song Bistra Voda will be presented to the public in a big show that features several of its competitors in Moscow.
Bosnia & Herzegovina's offical broadcaster, BHRT, has announced the representative and the song (following the same format as last year) for the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, which will be held in Moscow. This time it seems Bosnia & Herzegovina will be participating with a rock song by a rock band.