The staff at ESC United is going to the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen and hope that we can represent our readers in a worthy manner. As a result, we are asking you to help us find the best questions to ask the singers and their delegations. We have created a new section in the 2014 ESC section of our popular forum called “Questions & Presents for the artists and delegation“. These questions can be Eurovision related, general music questions regarding the artist, or even random questions (e.g., what three items would you take with you on a deserted Island).
Click HERE to post your questions for the artists. (Don’t forget to login/register first)
We will have final say about which questions get asked, but we’d appreciate it if everyone keeps their questions polite. Negative or overly critical questions (e.g. Why is your song so bad? Do you think your song is plagiarism?) will most likely not get chosen. So what questions do you think would be the best questions to ask artists? Please share your thoughts on our popular forum. Each country will have its own thread within which you can ask your questions. Be sure to include your name and your city and country of origin.
We are also introducing something brand new!!! The readers of ESC United will be able to choose a present that will be handed out to the artists by one of our journalists in Copenhagen, Denmark this upcoming May. Every gift will be unique and have a close connection the the representative of that country. Three suggestions will be posted for each country and you have two weeks to vote!
The three options are:
1. A New York Style Cheesecake recipe: Obviously we have to have that option, the name of the song is just too tempted to not include that option. One of the most famous cheesecake’s out there, so we’ll give him a pretty framed version of that to him in Copenhagen.
2. A ‘Dirty Dancing’ DVD: He sings about Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey, we’re sure he’ll appreciate the DVD of “Dirty Dancing” which is the movie the two actors appeared in together.
3. A Mini Accordion: He studied it for four years so he may appreciate the thought we put behind that present.
Now it is up to you. You can vote in the poll below or visit the artists bio page HERE to cast your vote. The poll will stay open for two weeks and you can vote once per hour so make sure to come back and vote on a regular basis.