Germany: Jamie-Lee

Germany Jamie-Lee



Germany, guaranteed a place in the final as one of the Big Five, had a rather embarrassing time last year. Ann-Sophie received the dismal nul points that every contestant dreads, so 18-year old Jamie-Lee has a lot to regain. Luckily the song only on the borderline of horrendous, and the K-pop-inspired singer can sing live with a certain power that should carry her – and her outlandish headwear – into the top 15 finalists.


Credit: (C) Michael Zargarinejad / Universal Music



All Kinds of Everything: interview with Jamie-Lee

Babushki4 vs. Lordi4


I loved their performance, it was so fun to watch!

ABBA4 vs. Eurovision Song Contest 2014


Because of my mum I had to listen to ABBA very often as a child… that was enough for the rest of my life!

Do you have any rituals before going on stage?

I don’t have any specific rituals but I always wear my lucky charm. It’s a necklace I got from my coaches on The Voice of Germany.

Who is your favourite Eurovision act of all time?

I think Lipstick by Jedward was great. They had really cool outfits and crazy hairstyles!

How do you normally watch the Eurovision Song Contest?

The first and last time I really watched it was 2010, when Lena won. Of course I’ve known about it, but to experience the competition as an entry is so exciting!



Hello Europe, it’s Camilla calling! Here are the points from the House of Apcar vote.

Germany: 4 points

According to my own personal preference, I have awarded points to all 43 acts entering this year’s contest using the EBU’s scoring system (12, 10 and 8-1 points).