The demand for tickets for Eurovision 2013 is huge that not even the UK’s Bonnie Tyler can tickets for her parents to attend the final. Now come on BBC – you have got to take care of your act better than that! Bonnie was telling the Daily Star that she will be flying solo in Malmo at Eurovision as “she tried and tried to get them tickets, but they’re all sold out. My parents will be celebrating at home, with any luck.”
Ms Tyler took to Langland Bay with the Swedish Film Crew shooting her postcard for the Eurovision Grand Final. Bonnie maybe 61 but she looks amazing! Here are some of the shots from the video shoot.
Bonnie went on to talk of how she feels she has a strong chance of winning Eurovision this year. Many people will know of her from her global successes like “Total Eclipse of the Heart” and “Holding Out For A Hero”. However Tyler says that she has loyal fans across Europe and that she is more well-known that One Direction in some parts of Europe – “I don’t know if One Direction are as popular as I am in many places in Europe.I know they are huge in America but I have loyal fans and hopefully they will vote for me. I’m lucky to have a following in France, Germany, Spain, Scandinavia. I have a great song and as good a chance as anyone.”
Bonnie is certainly taking to promoting her song for Eurovision and this Monday – April 8th – she will be hosting a live Twitter Questions and Answers. The Live Twitter Q&A will take place this Monday (8th April) at 3pm (GMT). Tweeting from @BonnieTOfficial, Bonnie will be answering fan questions. You can submit your questions ahead of Monday by tweeting to @BonnieTOfficial with the hashtag #askBonnie. Bonnie will answer as many questions as she can so get your thinking caps on and submit your questions now. Good to see that Bonnie is up to speed on Social Media – We are liking you Ms Tyler.
Here is a behind the scenes video of the making of “Believe in Me” official video. We are looking forward to meeting Ms Tyler in Malmo.
Can Bonnie bring the contest back to the UK?
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(Photographs courtesy of Wikipedia and BBC Eurovision/YouTube Video courtesy of embedded owner. Source Daily Star)