Bulgaria: OGAE club invites fans to vote

by Stella Floras 49 views

The Bulgarian branch of OGAE, the international association of the Eurovision Song Contest fan(atic)s, is extending an invitation to all international fans to become part of the jury which will select their entry in the OGAE Song Contest 2010.

This year the OGAE Song Contest is hosted by last year's winners, the UK club. OGAE Bulgaria have made a special video with nine songs from which one will be voted to represent the club in the Song Contest. All OGAE Bulgaria members are entitled to two votes and all international fans to one.

Among the participants we see Miro who represented Bulgaria this year with his song Ubivaime s lubov and Mariana Popova who flew the Bulgarian flag in 2006 with Let me cry. Galia, who was together with Miro, part of the successful duo Karizma is also present in the list as well as Grafa and Mastilo who have also tried their luck in Bulgarian national finals.

The nine songs in the running are:

1. Gergana-Blagodaria ti
2. Shanel-Stupka po stupka
3. Miro-Ubivaime s lubov
4. Mastilo-V rucete ti e nai dobre
5. Galia-Drugata chast
6. Margarita Hranova feat Aivan-Samo mig
7. Grafa-Ostaviash Sledi
8. Preslava-Fenomen
9. Orlin Goranov feat Mariana Popova-Chui me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXjUt2WpGAY

You can have your say by sending your vote to [email protected] until 28th July.

Special thanks to Denis Halidov, president of OGAE Bulgaria for the information.

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Stella Floras

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