National Finals (5)
Izmedu, from time to time, reaches the top 5 and almost always manages to clench s top 3 finish. However, the nation has not won a competition since WorldVision 38. 15 editions later Izmedu is looking for you to vote for who you may think will win for Izmedu!
Kishrael is a four time winner, and once held – alongside Polkopia – the nation with the most amount of wins. However, as Polkopia strives for the 8th win, Kishrael is still on four. It has been nearly 20 editions since the last Kishraeli win, but can they put that spell to an end?
Normandy and Picardy recently joined the double-winner club as they won in Quickenden in WorldVision 51. However, they would like to catch up with the likes of Kishrael and Polkopia in the contest and match their success in WorldVision to their wins in World Hit Festival. With an impressive line up, can Normandy and Picardy win again?
Todlichebujoku is a three time champion, last winning in WorldVision 43 – ten editions ago. Todlichebujoku has had recent dips and so they are looking to better their performance in WorldVision 53, while also (hopefully) winning their 4th Gold.
Out of the confirmed national finals, Mercedini is the only country not to have won not a contest before. Coming back from their peak position of third in Langtree, Mercedini, emotions are high and the WorldVision spirit is just heating up. Will Mercedini clench their first win?
Despite the failed WorldVision 49 bid, they decided to come back again and bid to host for the WV50. This will mark 14 editions since Todlichebujoku last hosted…Back in Muliphu!
Auszer, or Äußerstenkeiken (The official name), is hosting to bid to host the 50th WorldVision Song Contest. In their bid, they have stated the great wonders of not only the city but the country as a whole.
A person’s got to eat, right? Äuszer has restaurants with cuisines from a great number of different countries and cultures, but its native food is spectacular in its own right. The region’s famed honey-glazed pine-smoked chicken is served in every town in the region, with various twists on the same recipe. Downtown’s gourmet S E A restaurant infuses lemon thyme and ginger into theirs. Viljelkáá Ásken, a more traditional “farm-style” restaurant, serves theirs with caramelized wild onion and meadow mint.
Another Äuszer specialty is tea. Tea plants have been cultivated on foothills throughout the east coast for centuries, and thus a wide spectrum of teas have been developed and refined. Varieties and infusions are available for all sorts of uses, from invigoration and relaxation to medicine and sexual potency.
And of course, there’s dessert. Hedelmát jáátikkó, a shaved ice and fruit juice confection, is usually served with juice from the east coast’s unique cool-summer sweet oranges in the late afternoon, after a long hike or long stretch of hard work. However it is an adaptable dish, and is now often served late at night as well, sometimes mixed with liquor or a cocktail instead of just fruit juice. For a classically Tödlichebujoki/Äuszer fusion, try it with Seltsamebochi vodka and the cool-summer orange juice.
Yes! We have to eat, and the food stated here is brilliant! Will Todlichebujoku rise to victory and host the contest?
The Junteräpten Pre Party is set to take place in around a week, and BVC (The Britonish Broadcaster for WV; Briyunik Vefecosoin Cairkovoin) get ready to host a small level WorldVision!
Well, not quite. Britonisea announced that they will be making a pre-party, something that hasn’t been done before on this level. They called for 14 artists. There was high demand though, some nations had to be turned down as all the places were booked but BVC has assured that IF a Pre-Party were to happen again; they would be first on the list. Here is the running order;
1. Normandy & Picardy — NF
7. Ekoz – NF
10. The Sarian
14. Britonisea – NF
The nations with NF labeled on them are nations with international National finals so, to avoid clashing, those three nations (Normandy and Picardy, Ekoz and Britonisea) are pushed apart: 1st, 7th and 14th. Estogium has been put away from Britonisea as they are neighbouring nations. Antahbrantahstan has been put near to the end because this contrasts to Ethane’s entry. Antahbrantahstan was not next to Britonisea’s act as the winner of Britonisea (all Britonish) and Antahbrantahstan’s act are from the same country. The Sarian has been put away from Normandy & Picardy, the two previous winners and the two returners, Gim and Titaniumland have also been put far from each other (9th and 4th). BVC has put thought in to this running order, haven’t they?
Today, Todlichebujoku’s broadcaster for the WorldVision Song Contest, TÖBUK, has announced it’s intent of participating in the WorldVision Pre-Party in North Central Britonisea, Junterapten!
“Save Us” by RAJU and Pyórremyrsky will be sure to start a topic of conversation as they perform in the city, expect more on them in the next few days! Are you excited
Today, Todlichebujoku gave us a little tease on what their returning song will be about as well as the title of the song, “Save Us” and from what we have seen of it, it has caused international interest. Have a look for yourself.
For WorldVision 47, underground rapper RAJU and breakout singer Pyórremyrsky are raising awareness of this problem, with a song created from the perspective of a Tödlichebujoki household living in a foreign nation culturally against homo- and bisexuality. With a double-edged sword of love and politics, “Save Us” has a chance of standing out in the WorldVision field and staying in the minds of viewers past the final notes of the contest. RAJU and Pyórremyrsky hope to start conversations across and beyond the WorldVision fanbase with their entry, and hopefully save countless lives from misdirected hatred and intolerance.
We don’t yet know the tune to the song. Will this song bring people together or tear them apart? Find out more in the coming days!
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