BBC features former UK Eurovision entrants in the latest series of Celebrity Masterchef. Cheryl Baker and Javine Hylton will pit their culinary skills against 14 other celebrities. Will they be up to the challenge in the heat of the kitchen?
Very famous Turkish musician, composer and orchestra chef, Buğra Uğur, whose songs represented Turkey at the Eurovision Song Contest in the 80s, has passed away at the age of 53 due to a heart attack. Tragically, his latest interview was about the contest, showing the bitter part of it in the 80s.
Deceased Tommy Seebach, who represented Denmark three times at the Eurovision Song Contest, was up until his death working together with his friend Torben Lundgreen on several songs. Now Torben wants to release them, but Tommy's sons are not positive.
On the 16th of November Björn Skifs, double Swedish Eurovision Song Contest participant, will release a new album. The title song from this album has already been well recieved leaving high expectations for the album, that is entirely in English and includes a duet performed at the wedding of the Swedish Crown Princess Viktoria.
A long running court case has finally settled on who should own the name of The Original Bucks Fizz. Bobby Gee has won write to use the name. Original members Cheryl Baker, Jay Aston and Mike Nolan were performing using that name.
Last night the film Tommy was premiered in 35 cinemas across Denmark. A nationwide quiz about Tommy Seebach’s music, hosted by Jørgen De Mylius, followed. EuroVisionary was present in order to bring you a review of the film that will later be shown on TV and released on DVD. Hope for English subtitles as you don't want to miss this fantastic film!
The new book about Tommy Seebach, which is for sale from today, reveals that a BBC boss told one half of the Danish 1981 duo that the United Kingdom basically had been guaranteed the victory in that year’s Eurovision Song Contest for political reasons.
Shortly after an 11 double CD including all solo albums from Tommy Seebach has hit the streets a new book and a film about him are being released. They look into his fantastic career where he managed to represent Denmark three times in the Eurovision Song Contest, but also what led to his tragic death only 53 years old.