More previews from next week’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, as The Netherlands, Serbia, Moldova, Armenia and Belarus come under the judgemental eye of the kids from Duncan Place. Who will be the Hit, who will Miss, and who will walk away with a maybe?
The BBC’s track record in song selection and national finals has not been stellar in the last decade. Rather than rely momentum and dusting down last year’s plan, something radical needs to be done to guarantee the UK doesn’t embarrass themselves around Europe.
Eurovision fans have started the weekly ritual of gathering around their web browser, searching for a live stream of the TV stations around the continent. As each country searches for their Song for Europe, we all want to watch the progress. For everyone else, here’s the recap.
You might remember the steadicam shot from The Eyes That Never Lie, but there’s much more to Petr Elfimov than a white lyrca jumpsuit and 80’s rock riffs. Now avaialble to download from his website, the album “I Want…” is a wonderful showcase for the Belarusian singer.
Tell us if you think Düsseldorf the right choice to host the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in this week’s Insight poll.
I know a lot of people ignore it, but I think that the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is a great ‘side’ event to our favourite TV show. The Eighth Edition takes place on the 20th November, and with 14 countries entering, there’s only one way to preview the songs. It’s time to call up the Juke Box Jury back into service!