The Eurovision Party season continued unabated with a party hosted by the Greek and Cypriot delegations and the huge Eurodom. More than half of this year's contestants performed on the stage to a packed house.
Patrick Ouchene will represent Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 with the song Copycat. He loves the style from the past, he loves making a hairstyle from the past, he has a special voice, so many people compare him with Elvis Presley. So what has he to say about it and his performance?
The Belgian Copycat suffers from a cold, but as the first semi-final isn't until Tuesday there is plenty of time for it to get better. Despite throat problems he still decided to sing a little bit at their second press conference today.
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 Belgian Eurovision Song Contest entry Copycat hasn’t been received well by the Elvis Presley fan clubs in Belgium and the Netherlands who have complained to EBU about the lyrics which they believe are making fun of their idol. Funny enough then Elvis songwriter Michael Jarrett has offered to write a new entry should Copycat be disqualified!
For a while we have known that Belgian Elvis impersonater Patrick Ouchène will be representing the country at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Copycat. The song was presented today and as the second video teaser implied it was with clear hints to a famous Belgian comic strip.