To the tune of ABBA’s Happy New Year it is time to say goodbye to a 2008 where many experienced a feeling of the Eurovision Song Contest almost being saved. 2009 is just around the corner and EuroVisionary wish that this will turn out to be a good year for all of our readers.
He reached the second chance round in the 2008 Melodifestival selection, but was then kicked out. Afterwards he had success on the charts and now Ola is nominated for Rockbjörnen in four categories, including best male Swedish singer.
Some celebrates Christmas today like I do, others celebrates it tomorrow and some waits until January. And then there are those who don’t celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. EuroVisionary would however like to wish all of our readers and their families a merry Chrismas.
The latest album from three times Eurovision Song Contest winner was in September released in Denmark, Sweden and Norway and made it to the charts in all three countries. At the end of January Irishman in America will be released in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Last nights Nordic Junior Contest was for the second time in a row won by Norway. The Blacksheeps’ Oro jaska beana got a clear victory with Denmark coming second in a show with a high level music wise.
Saturday evening four Nordic countries compete in their own junior final, the MGP Nordic. All 8 songs have been selected and the participants are now in Århus, Denmark in order to find out who is best in the North when it comes to junior song.
Under the theme Fun In The Sun the summing bees from Georgia won tonight's 2008 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Quite refreshingly then song as well as performance from winning the country was one of the songs that were kept at a children level.
The participants have arrived to Cyprus and just like at the Eurovision Song Contest it means that it is time for final rehearsals to start. The official welcome party kicks off tonight and with the theme Fun in the sun everyone should have a great time on the Island where winter seems far away.