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Plenty of #Eurovision acts headline the jury lineup for New Wave 2017, this year held in Sochi! #Russia

Russia: Eurovision acts headline New Wave jury in Sochi

Russia: Eurovision acts headline New Wave jury in Sochi

Eurovision news 2018: The New Wave Contest celebrates young and new talent and, this year, it will be hosted in Russia. Several Eurovision stars from Russia and beyond will be p

Алексей Воробьёв releases single "Ya Tebya Lyublyu" and tops iTunes Russia charts. 🇷🇺

What do you think of his latest song? Would you like to see him back at #Eurovision in the near future?

Give us your thoughts in the comment section below ⬇️

Alexey Vorobyov tops iTunes charts with

Alexey Vorobyov tops iTunes charts with "Ya Tebya Lyublyu"

Alexey Vorobyov releases lyric video for his latest single "Ya Tebya Lyublyu" and tops Russia's iTunes charts. Russia's 2011 Eurovision representative - Alexey Vorobyov puts us in a retro summery mood with the release of his

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jollysunflora:

If by some miracle you instantly became fluent in 3 foreign languages, what would they be? This includes various forms of sign language and Braille. I’d choose Spanish and French for media consumption and Russian because communism, lol.



Mandarin, Japanese and Arabic to get that out of the way. Since I speak Spanish and English already and I’m learning Portuguese and German, this would allow me to communicate fluently with most people around the world. I



Portuguese, Italian and German.



Arabic, Chinese, and Japanese.

VERY interesting languages and VERY different from everything I know… and also, I feel that they’d be the hardest to learn with the knowledge I already have, so… knowing them, I’d feel like new horizons have opened up to me :D

#languages #polyglot

Alexey Vladimirovich Vorobyov is a Russian singer and actor who performs both in Russian and English. For international purposes Vorobyov is also credited as Alex Sparrow, a translation of his Russian name. He is best known for appearing on the Russian version of The X Factor at the age of 17 in 2005. In 2006 Vorobyov was contracted by Universal Music Russia, and in December 2007 was appointed as a goodwill ambassador for Y-PEER, a youth-based initiative of the United Nations Population Fund. Vorobyov represented Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Germany.

Brand new song for Alexey Vorobyov (Russia 2011)

Brand new song for Alexey Vorobyov (Russia 2011)

Alexey Vladimirovich Vorobyov is a Russian singer and actor who performs both in Russian and English. For international purposes Vorobyov is also credited as Alex Sparrow, a translation of his Russ…

RT @wiwibloggs: #Eurovision 2011 singer Alexey Vorobyov tops iTunes Russia with new single "I Love You" https://t.co/oAEJsqbItA via @willyl…

He’s a Russian heartthrob who splits his time between Los Angeles and Moscow, regularly wowing his global fan base with some seriously scintillating Instagram pics.

And on Thursday Alexey Vorobyov set hearts racing once again with the release of “I Love You” — a sweet new single oozing a 1950s, doo-wop sound.

Deliberately channeling an American oldies vibe, the Eurovision 2011 star pleads with his beloved to whisper those three magic words. As he says: “Tell me: ‘I love you, I love you.'” #alexsparrow #alexeyvorobyov #eurovision

#Eurovision 2011 singer Alexey Vorobyov tops iTunes Russia with new single "I Love You" https://t.co/oAEJsqbItA via @willyleeadams

He's a #eurovision legend and one of Russia's most loved stars. And on Sunday @bilanofficial opens up to wiwiblogger @deban_deban in our latest #YouTube video. Get ready! 🇷🇺🔥 #eurovisionsongcontest #esc #dimabilan #zharafest

@antocarozza meets the first ever 🇷🇺 participant in #eurovision Youddiph
#oikotimes #russian

Wednesday Wishlist: Our dream Eurovision 2018 contestants — Moldova to Russia

For the next few Wednesdays our correspondents from across the world will be bringing you their ultimate wishlist for Lisbon 2018. And as this is all fantasy, we’ll also be taking a look at absentee countries, both long and short term. Because in our ideal contest everyone comes to the party.

To make sure that no one gets left out, we’ll be going through countries in alphabetical order, so this week we’re starting with Moldova and working through to Russia.

Wednesday Wishlist: Our dream Eurovision 2018 contestants — Moldova to Russia

Wednesday Wishlist: Our dream Eurovision 2018 contestants — Moldova to Russia

We share our fantasy picks for Eurovision 2018, including Carla's Dreams for Moldova and Sigrid for Norway. Read the full wishlist now.

#ESCCovers

Eurovision.TV sent out a press release over the 2017 Junior Eurovision song contest.

Artists of 16 countries - Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, The Netherlands and Ukraine will perform in Georgia on November 26th 2017.

A new online voting format will be introduced to this year's song contest, alongside the Jury vote, allowing viewers across the world to cast votes for their favourite artists.

A change of venue will see the Junior Eurovision Song Contest take place at the Olympic Palace in Tbilisi.

Here is the full press release

9 August 2017 – Young stars from across Europe will eagerly make their way to Tbilisi, Georgia this November, as it is announced that 16 hopeful participants will perform at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017. For the first time ever, a new voting structure will be introduced to allow viewers from around the world to vote online for their favourite artists.

Hoping to continue in their success after a win at this year's Eurovision Song Contest 2017, Portugal have returned to the Junior stage after a 10-year absence, having last competed in 2007. They will join past winners Armenia, Belarus, Italy, Malta, Russia and Ukraine in the Georgian capital along with other 2016 participants Albania, Australia, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Ireland, Poland, Serbia and The Netherlands. Completing the 16-strong line up will be host country Georgia, who triumphed during last year's contest in Malta.

Georgia's public broadcaster GPB will host the event at the modern 4,000-seat Olympic Palace in Tbilisi which was considered more suitable than the previously announced Sports Palace for its numerous facilities for delegations, media and fans.

All eyes will be on Georgian capital Tbilisi, with its rich arts and cultural heritage, for the 15th Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which has been organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and a member host broadcaster every year since 2003. The event, showcasing talented artists aged 9-14, will take place on Sunday, 26 November 2017 16:00-18:00 CET.

In a brand new change to the voting system, audience online voting will be available this year and will initially open from Friday (24/11) to Sunday (26/11). Viewers who would like to vote will be required to watch a recap of all songs, before entering the voting platform on the JESC official website. After this, voters will also have the option to watch longer 1-minute clips from each participant's rehearsal. This first round of voting will stop on Sunday (26/11) at 15:59 CET.

During the live show, online voting will start again after the last performance and will be open for 15 minutes. The final audience result will be a combination of both pre-show and live voting rounds, accounting for 50% of the total vote.

Jon Ola Sand, the EBU's Head of Live Events and Executive Supervisor of the JESC, said 'We are thrilled to be celebrating 15 editions of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Throughout the Contest's history we have seen some incredibly talented children perform, some of whom are now successful artists in their own right. The new voting system is an exciting new addition that will allow millions of viewers to take part in the show once again".

2017's winner can look forward to a bright future with last year's title-holder Mariam Mamadashvili already set for big things. After taking the crown in Malta during 2016, the 11 year-old Georgian singer has been taking private lessons at Broadway Method Academy and been accepted into a leading New York boutique talent agency.

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017

The following countries (and EBU Member broadcasters) will participate in the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Georgia:

Albania (RTSH)
Armenia (AMPTV)
Australia (ABC)
Belarus (BTRC)
Cyprus (CyBC)
FYR Macedonia (MKRTV)
Georgia (GPB)
Ireland (TG4)
Italy (RAI)
Malta (PBS)
Poland (TVP)
Portugal (RTP)
Russia (RTR)
Serbia (RTS)
The Netherlands (AVROTROS)
Ukraine (UA:PBC)

PR contacts
Stefano Salucci/Toby Leston
Email: press@eurovision.tv
Phone: +41 227172500

For the latest news on Junior Eurovision 2017, and further details on the voting procedure please visit the contest's official website junioreurovision.tv.

The EBU has today confirmed that 16 countries will take place in Junior #Eurovision 2017: Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal 🇵🇹, Russia, Serbia, The Netherlands and Ukraine 🌈 Bulgaria 🇧🇬 and Israel 🇮🇱 are out. Online vote introduced 🔥 #jesc #jesc2017 #junioreurovision2017 #junioreurovision

Our Wednesday Wishlist continues as our correspondents bring you their ultimate choices for Lisbon 2018. And as this is all fantasy, we’ll also be taking a look at absentee countries, both long and short term. Because in our ideal contest everyone comes to the party. To make sure that no one gets left out, we’ll be going through countries in alphabetical order, so this week we’re starting with Moldova and working through to Russia.

The Eurovision Reference Group have revealed that the Russian broadcaster, Channel One, have been penalised for the controversy surrounding their 2017 participation.

What do you think? Are you on Russia's side, Ukraine's, or are both countries just as bad as each other?

EBU reveals:

EBU reveals: "We have suitably penalised Russia for the Samoylova controversy"

You thought that the Russian 2017 participation controversy was over? Don't be so silly! The Chairman of the Eurovision Reference Group, Dr. Frank-Dieter Freiling, has revealed that they have penalised the Russian broadcaster, Channel One. Why

Today we look back at all the #JESC entries from Russia throughout the years. What's your favourite?… https://t.co/a8xeElaZAY

RT @wiwibloggs: Russia WAS penalised for its provocative #Eurovision 2017 selection https://t.co/YS91fRjBLg via @b_tavares_p

So beautiful! Sergey Lazarev tops iTunes Russia with new single “Tak Krasivo”

In our latest interview with Sergey Lazarev, conducted last weekend at Zhara Fest in Azerbaijan, the Russian pop star revealed that he hasn’t decided whether to return to Eurovision next year.

Regardless of what he decides, we don’t have to wait until the spring to hear new music from Sergey, as he’s poised to release a new single from his upcoming album every three to four weeks.


The first track, entitled “Tak Krasivo” (So beautiful), leaked on Thursday — one day before its scheduled release date. It delivers a fresh, laid-back sound and some pretty touching lyrics.

The leak, while annoying to Sergey’s team and to fans who had marked the date on their calendars, doesn’t take away from the song’s success. Just a few hours
after the official release the single reached number one on the Russian iTunes chart — even moving past the international pop hit “Despacito”.

So beautiful! Sergey Lazarev tops iTunes Russia with new single

So beautiful! Sergey Lazarev tops iTunes Russia with new single "Tak Krasivo" | wiwibloggs

"I'm growing, developing, and I can still surprise you!" Sergey Lazarev says of his new single "Take Krasivo". Listen to the touching tune now!

Russia's Philipp Kirkorov: I would write a Eurovision song for Julia Samoylova if she asked me

He’s a legendary composer, producer and performer, who recently placed second on the Forbes list of Russian power celebrities.

And on Sunday evening Philipp Kirkorov worked his magic yet again on-stage at Zhara Fest in Baku, Azerbaijan, before inviting wiwibloggs backstage for an exclusive interview.


Wearing an ornate Balmain kaftan top, he channeled luxury and glamour as he spoke with us about everything from his work with The Tolmachevy Sisters and Sergey Lazarev to his thoughts on the Eurovision jury system, which saw Russia get blanked by half of the 42 juries in 2016.

Russia's Philipp Kirkorov: I would write a Eurovision song for Julia Samoylova if she asked me | wiwibloggs

Russia's Philipp Kirkorov: I would write a Eurovision song for Julia Samoylova if she asked me | wiwibloggs

Russia's Eurovision 1995 singer says he doesn't know who will sing for Russia in 2018. But if it's Julia Samoylova he's happy to write her a song.

Speaking to Billboard magazine, in an article written by wiwiblogger @williamleeadams, the chairman said: “Russia has been called to order in a different way, but without making that public. Both parties involved have been commented on.” The article does not elaborate on precisely how Russia was called to order. However, the EBU is known to have a number of tools in its penalty kit. It could have doled out a fine, as with Ukraine, or threatened to withdraw rights to other programmes distributed by Eurovision. Full story on wiwibloggs.com

#eurovisionsongcontest #eurovision #eurovision2017

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