A sign language interpreter from Sweden has done his job signing the lyrics of the Eurovision song contest contender so spectacularly, that he completely stole the joy of victory from the winner.
Music never looked so good. A big part of sign language is conveying emotion via facial expression. So it makes sense that signing a song requires even more physical communication to portray the feeling, beat and overall spirit of a piece of music. Show More Summary
Tommy Krångh, a sign language interpreter, was tasked with providing a translation of the Eurovision Song Contest for a Swedish television network. Singer Magnus Carlsson captivated a live audience with his singing. But Krångh stole the spotlight with his energetic signing and dance moves. Show More Summary
David De Gea’s long term girlfriend Edurne Garcia hit the headlines in England this week for a comment she made on Spanish television. Set to sing for Spain in this year’s Eurovision song contest, Edurne described Manchester as being “uglier than the back of a fridge”. With the Manchester United goalkeeper being linked with a […]
Drag performer Conchita Wurst’s performance and win in 2014 caused quite a stir for the annual song contest popular among LGBT people. But Wurst is hardly the first. read more
Russia revealed the name of the singer on Wednesday who will represent Russia at the upcoming 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna, Austria.
Vitaly Milonov sees the contest as a threat to Russian cultural values. read more
By Jspicer on Mar 09 2015 In a Venn Diagram which represents the music of the Olympic games and the music of the Eurovision Song Contest, the overlap is where Seeami and Albino Deers exist. A day in an age yet to come where traditional...Show More Summary
Wed 18 Mar Sydney’s answer to Eurovision is back in its sixth year and it’s cheesier than ever. Join the Sydneyvision launch as they once again put the callout...
The BBC reports: The winner of the search to find Germany's Eurovision Song Contest entrant turned down the chance to represent his country on live TV. Andreas Kummert initially thanked the public for selecting his song Heart Of Stone as Germany's entry. Show More Summary
Well, it's not Kylie. Guy Sebastian has been named as Australia's entrant for this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna. At an event at the Sydney Opera House, the host broadcaster SBS announced Sebastian would be heading to Austria in May. Show More Summary
Australia has announced pop singer Guy Sebastian as its entrant for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, after being invited to join the competition. The nation was shocked when it became clear the bizarre singing contest didn't mistake...Show More Summary
Eurovision has always been a contest about pop music - albeit the diverse range of European pop. But Finland sending a punk band made up of musicians with learning disabilities to the Eurovision Song Contest is welcome news. A punk band made up of musicians with learning disabilities is to...
Brace yourself: Finnish punk band PKN, whose members suffer from Down syndrome, will represent Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals in Vienna.
Via BBC News: A punk band made up of men with learning disabilities is to represent Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest. The quartet, named PKN, was chosen by Finnish viewers on Saturday and has now been ranked by bookmakers as among the favourites for the contest. Show More Summary
Via the Irish Times: Molly Sterling, a 16-year-old schoolgirl from Nenagh in Co Tipperary, has won Eurosong on the The Late Late Show and will represent Ireland at the 60th Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna this May. The song, Playing...Show More Summary
Well, this is surprising. Via BBC News: Australia is to compete at this year's Eurovision Song Contest. Organisers issued a one-off invitation as part of the contest's 60th anniversary celebrations. "It's a daring and at the same time incredibly exciting move. Show More Summary
This is the first time an Australian will compete in the song competition that brings in nearly 200 million viewers. The big question is: who will represent Australia at the event in May?
Australia will be competing for the first time ever at this year's Eurovision Song Contest. 2015 is the 60th anniversary for the pan-European event and the organizers wanted to "bring the world" to the party. The post Australia to compete in Eurovision 2015 appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.