Russell across at theverybesttop10.com has allowed me to do yet another guest post on his amazing site.
Since it is almost time for the 2014 Eurovision Contest I thought I would give a rundown of my favourite entries from the 1990s. Continue reading
Lithuania’s entry this year is from an anti-ballerina called Vilija Matačiūnaitė.
Here’s a reminder how it works:
Each week I will post 3 new questions so…
(1) Go to the music player of your choice and put it on shuffle
(2) Say the questions aloud and press play
(3) Use the song title as your answers
(4) NO CHEATING
As you may know Disco has been a very poorly cat recently…
I think Italy have usually always taken advantage when they are part of the “big five” and entered any old rubbish into the Eurovision.
The power of the music player is still strong, nice to see a few new members of the cosmic musicology group? cult? sect?
Once again thanks to everyone for playing, please take a look at their entries below or take a look at the “linky list”.
I’m running out of questions again so please let me know if you have any suggestions.
There’s still time to play this week and you can see my answers below. Look out for the new set of questions tomorrow and I am looking forward to seeing all your answers during the week.
Apologies if I have missed anyone – please try and use the linky linky link link thing…
Everything that is sensible is telling me that I just shouldn’t like this song but I do, it’s just a whole lot of fun in 3 minutes.
Mei Finegold probably has the deepest voice I have ever heard.
Someone has finally convinced Ireland that they don’t have to always enter ballads into the Eurovision Song Contest.
We’ve flew on the wings of love and arrived in Denmark thanks to The Olsen Brothers. They opened the show this year and personally I think that’s the way it should always be. This year’s hosts were, to quote the wonderful Terry Wogan – the Little Mermaid and Doctor Death, oh how I miss Terry…
I was excited as usual for the contest but this year I was much more excited for the interval act which was lucky as the entries weren’t all that great in this year. On with the show…