STL preps for Eurovision semi-finals


May 4, 2011 – Stella Mwangi has begun rehearsing for next week’s semi-finals for the Eurovision contest in Dusseldorf, Germany.

She had her first rehearsal and press conference for the main May 12 event, after arriving in Deutschland over the weekend. She performed before several spectators, mostly from the press.

According to her PR team, the media applauded Stella’s vocal improvement and ability to bring out ‘the party feeling’ in the crowd.


Stella, aka STL, was sporting a golden dress, which she said represented her ambitions: “going for gold”.

“Being on the Eurovision finals is huge. I consider myself as part of the history as great artistes like Celine Dion who made a mark on Eurovision years back,” she enthused.

Here’s how the rehearsal went down:

STL has been busy since making it to the Eurovision semi-finals, shooting a video for the song which made it to the number one spot on several Norwegian charts.

The native Kenyan musician is representing Norway, which will be up against Albania, Finland, Armenia, Switzerland, Turkey, Georgia, Serbia, Russia, and Poland.


Photographs by: Hege Bakken Riise/NRK


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  1. Avatar David Mwangi August 31st, 2012 at 11:53 am

    I totally agree with Minister for Medical Services doctors should really concentrate for the clinical service for instance a small district hospital with One doctor is Difficult to become Administrator at the same time Medical Doctor. University should start training in Health Systems Management and Example is Kenya which is doing well yet their CEO is not a Medical Doctor

    1. Avatar Eluid Chumba August 31st, 2012 at 11:59 am

      Actually Hospital like kenyatta is doing well currently with the CEO which is not a medical Doctor this country will Transform fully if People Trained in Health Systems Managemt become the CEO of the all Districts and Refferal Hospital become the administrators but they should never be people not Trained in Health System management because some may not recognise the need for Gloves if they become only people trained in Business field.


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