Murcia. Hellín. Albacete. Villarrobledo. Manzanares. Consuegra. Toledo. Madrid. These are the eight cities in which Ruth Lorenzo performed twenty minute concerts in the space of twelve hours to set a new Guinness World Record.
The running order for the final of Eurovision has been announced. The running order has a huge impact on your chances of winning. Very rarely do songs that are performed in the early stages of the
As you may know from last night’s post we have decided to pit all the Eurovision entries against each other this year in our Twitter battles. Yesterday saw Spain’s Ruth Lorenzo take on France’s Twin Twin and the results are in.
The winner of the first battle is:
Not much has changed in the world of YouTube for the Eurovision entries with the top 5 remaining the same. Aram MP3 hit two million views this week, a good half a million views ahead of nearest rival Austria’s Conchita Wurst. In terms of climbers Ruth Lorenzo moves
Spain’s Ruth Lorenzo has released a video in which she has covered three past Eurovision winning songs in a medley. The ‘Dancing in the Rain’ singer blends together Loreen’s ‘Euphoria’, Lena’s ‘Satellite’ and last year’s winner Emmelie de Forest’s
Nobody really knows who is going to win for sure at the Eurovision. You can use various different sources as indicators to the popularity of each song. You could go with the bookies’ odds, marks that critics and experts give each entry, what the fans have to say through polls or comments or the amount of followers each act has on Twitter.
Here at Eurovision 2014 Blog, we have decided that we are going to
Former UK X-Factor contestant Ruth Lorenzo has succeeded where fellow competitor Eoghan Quigg was not able to this year in being the representative of their respective country at Eurovision. Lorenzo probably most famous for her