How hard is it now? Part 1 in which N'evergreen is evergreen

My hard is yours. That was the grand message from Norway this year. Leading GEE to check out the hardness of several Eurovision blokes. But the contest is over and how hard is it all now? Follow us as we check out how the fab artists are doing these days.

Eurovision 2010 ended a while ago, and summer days are warm and lazy. In a moment like this we ask ourselves what keeps Tomas N’evergreen busy? Sure looks like a lot.

“I think I look very Russian in this one. Or maybe a little bit Cuban?” (Pic nicked from nevergreen.com)

Pure bliss in Oslo
As one half of Chanée and N’evergreen, Danish Tomas N’evergreen, aka Tomas Christiansen, was one of the most successful participants this year. Denmark started off with a couple of douze points and managed to hit a glorious fourth place in the end – indeed very much better than the rest of Scandinavia. He ensures he had a great time in Oslo. “Singing in front of 100 million people was the best”, he proclaims.


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How hard is it really? Part 8 in which Marcin is the hardest

My hard is yours. That’s the grand message from Norway this year. But how hard is it really? Follow us as we check up on some of the hottest men of Eurovision and give you our hard verdict. 

Mirror, mirror on our Facebook wall, who’s the hardest of them all? We are proud to present Marcin from Poland!

So, he didn’t make it to the ESC final. But he made his way into our hearts the moment we met him. Marcin Mrozinski from Poland is just the most charming, funniest, hottest bloke around. While being one of the contestants with the largest career outside of Eurovision, he is not behaving like a star at all as he walks around talking to everybody, feeding us chocolate cake, complimenting our dresses and hugging every person in Euroclub like they were his best friends. Mind you, they might all be and we don’t blame them.

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How hard is it really? Part 7, in which we hook up with ESC’s most wanted

My hard is yours. That’s the grand message from Norway this year. But how hard is it really? Follow us as we check up on some of the hottest men of Eurovision and give you our hard verdict.

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So, the big buzz around Eurovision town is that the most charming, fun and likable contestant this year comes from Poland. And when he insisted on meeting us for an interview on his busiest and most important day of his Eurovision career so far, which is the D-day for Semi-Final 1, we knew that checking him out was worthwhile.

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How hard is it really? Part 6, in which we attend an Estonian Birthday Bash

My hard is yours. That’s the grand message from Norway this year. But how hard is it really? Follow us as we check up on some of the hottest men of Eurovision and give you our hard verdict.

There’s something about those Estonians. They don’t make much ado about themselves, but when they go ahead and put Robin Juhkental on the ESC stage, they are bound to get attention whether they like it or not. We happily accepted the invitation to come and celebrate what turned out to be Robin’s 22nd birthday with the Estonian embassy.
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How hard is it really? Part 5, in which we get a few nice words out of Israel

My hard is yours. That’s the grand message from Norway this year. But how hard is it really? Follow us as we check up on some of the hottest men of Eurovision and give you our hard verdict. 
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Harel Skaat is the prettiest looking boy coming out of Israel, and perhaps even in Eurovision, for quite some time. But is he really that interesting? We did a check up on the singer everyone would like to have on their lips.

 

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How hard is it really? Part 4, in which we share the passion for music with Giorgos. Opa!

My hard is yours. That’s the grand message from Norway this year. But how hard is it really? Follow us as we check up on some of the hottest men of Eurovision and give you our hard verdict.

The toughest guy in Eurovision is without a doubt Giorgos Alkaios from Greece. After our rather eh… bleak review of the Greek entry in this years competition, it takes a real man to face the challenge when we put him on the spot and asked him to share his thoughts about Eurovision, music and all the other important things in life.

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How hard is it really? Part 3, in which we certainly like it rough

My hard is yours. That’s the grand message from Norway this year. But how hard is it really? Follow us as we check out some of the hottest men of Eurovision and give you our hard verdict.  

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They are the coolest guys of Eurovision this year – the five hunky men of Lithuanian InCulto showing us the Eastern European kind of funk. It’s certainly our kind of men. And funkiest of them all is lead singer Jurgis Didziulis. We chatted him up loud and clear.

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How hard is it really? Part 2, in which we trash talk Didrik

Twinkle, twinkle little star. How we wonder WHERE you are.

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Here we are giving you some of the hottest men of Eurovision. They are sexy, shiny, twinkly, funny and just so damn nice. But why won’t we give you Didrik, you might ask. Well certainly because Alexander Stenerud is a better Norwegian option. But also because, honestly, we don’t know where Didrik is. And neither does the majority of the Norwegian press.

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How hard is it really? Part 1, in which we declare our love for Alexander Stenerud

My hard is yours. That’s the grand message from Norway this year. But how hard is it really? Follow us as we check out some of the hottest men of Eurovision and give you our hard verdict.

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So, you figured our Norwegian hearts belonged to Didrik? Think again. Here’s Alexander Stenerud. In Norway he has introduced himself in MGP, the Norwegian national pre selection rounds for ESC, during the past three years, with great success.

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