Will talk show host Fredrik Skavlan repeat his effect on the charts following Taylor Swift’s performance of ‘We’re Never Ever Getting Back Together?.’ As WelcheMusic.com previously reported, memorable performances of Cheryl Cole, Melody Gardot and Donkeyboy have previously achieved surges thanks to the TV show.
Loreen’s ‘Euphoria’ remains a pan-European hit, although it has slightly slipped on the iTunes Top 10 Songs chart. It’s clear that Cheryl Cole’s back – expect her new single ‘Call My Name’ to bow atop the UK/Irish singles chart come Sunday. Loreen was recently back in Sweden for a quick concert appearance, presented by none other than Danny Saucedo. According to Aftonbladet, Loreen says that ‘I’m so thankful that so many people appreciates what I do. Without them, I would never make it.”
With the help from the songwriters of hits with The Wanted, JLS and Cheryl Cole, Roman Lob is certainly ‘standing still’ in Baku come Saturday. We’re only a week away from the annual Eurovision Song Contest. I’ve listened quite a lot to the various participants who will compete Sweden’s Loreen.
CHART SPOTLIGHT. I must say that I’m a bit disappointed. Nicola Roberts deserves a better fate than No.40 which is the debut position of her sophomore hit ‘Lucky Day.’ Her debut single ‘Beat of My Drum’ peaked at No.27 earlier this summer, but c’mon on – this time she merged the sounds of David Guetta, with the hotness of Martin Solveig’s ‘Hello.’