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so Lachlan was right. about two months ago, Lachlan and I were discussing who could afford to host eurovision in an attempt to gauge who would win, and that's when Azerbaijan first popped up on the radar... and it is amazing what you can buy with all that oil money, so next year we are going to Baku after a rather average song bought a Eurovision win.

I am not saying Eurovision wins are bought, but lets face it, Romania should have won last year and the only reason Germany won was because most of Europe were wanting handouts from the Krauts and you have got to give a little to get a little I guess. but no one knows vote buying like Spain...

all of the results this year were interesting though. France who were the firm favourite for the last month before the event finished 16th. Ireland who were considered second by the bookmakers near the end finished 8th and Italy who were nowhere near the popular entries finished Second. where did that come from?

The only result that wasn't a surprise was that Switzerland finished last in the final, though their qualification from semi final 1 was a surprise and didn't the surprises in the semis set up an interesting final.

Malta, Armenia and Belgium were all 1 point from qualifying for the semis and Greece won semi final one... how? the song was rubbish, ok the singer was cute, but the song needed to remove all the rap to be decent and seeing the rap was over 50% of the song... and how did Portugal not finish dead last I guess the camel toe made come Poland last.

San Marino had one of the best singers in their semi and only managed to get 16th and Norway, who wear a favourite early one despite the repetitive song, only managed to finish 17th. Nothing against the countries that did qualify from Semi one, based on their performance on the night, most deserved to do well, except Greece.

Semi final twos results were closer to what was expected... except Sweden who should not have qualified and again I am mystified as to how they finished first. On paper this was the stronger final though and so many of the songs could have qualifies. Israel finished a disappointing 15th and I am surprised that Belgium and Slovakia didn't qualify
something notable though is how the change of the televoting has effected the dispersion of votes. last year Euroivision started voting from the start of the first song in an effort to make the voting more even. Prior to that it was found that being one of the first 6 countries or last 6 countries gave you an advantage when it came to the voting. The middle countries were left at a disadvantage. This year in the first semi, none of the first 5 performers qualified. In the second semi (where i think the voting was a bit better overall) Bosnia, who performed first, finished 5th. in the final. Bosnia however do have bloc voting on their side and did have a performer who is hugely popular throughout all of the former Yugoslav countries it is beginning to appear that being in the first third of the draw is a disadvantage. To combat this we could start voting from half way through the event. another suggestion is allowing 5 minutes to vote for each song, so you can vote from the start of the song until the end of the next song to vote. This could cause issues with some of the underdeveloped phone networks though and if there  is a phone network, then we have to fall back onto the jury, and we don't want that

televoting is more transparent than a jury and a jury is more corruptible than a phone network, this is part of the reason why Eurovision turned to televoting. we didn't want to see 1968 again, but who is to say there hasn't been benefits for votes since then. the accusations have flown about but no one has given proof.
 
now we are back to partial juries, because too many western European countries have complained about the eastern bloc voting. I have said that this is the worst of both worlds. we will have to endure this corruptible system though for at least another year before the EBU can decide for sure that it is not working and get rid of the flawed system.

the other change i have cried for for the last few years is changing the selection from the semis so that the top 5 songs from each final can go through from televoting then 10 go through from the jury made up of any combination from both the semis. anything below the top 5 wont win anyway, it is found that an act has to qualify atleast second from their semi to win. the combined juries are just there to make sure the right songs are in the mix. sure they may tactically ensure that the songs that get through are similar to songs opposing the songs that their nation is entering. for instance if your country has a ballad, you ensure no other ballads get through ensuring people who will vote for ballads only have the choice of your song.

after watching the show tonight, it was shown to me how the results would have looked if the eastern European votes were taken out. Russia, despite having the best dance routine of the night, would have finished with 9 points. it then makes one ask the question, is there 'anti-bloc voting'? are western countries not voting for eastern European countries on purpose so they cant win? Montenegro did it to Serbia when Serbia and Montenegro were a unified nation, so why cant half a continent do it. Italy would have won without the eastern European vote which would have not only have been a triumphant return for Italy to the contest, it would of ensured Italy would have ensure they had an entry for 2012.

Eurovision is not perfect though and though changes will occur to get a more popular result, it shouldn't get rid of why we watch it, because it is the funniest thing on tv all year
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 The first Semi for Eurovision will be on wednesday morning our time, so this is the final run down of the acts

Poland - pole dancer singing in eurovision

Norway - repetitive. though it will probably qualify, forget Norway

Albania - wanna be eurovision theme song, it has to qualify for the final for any hope of that though

Armenia - remains to be seen if she can sing without a backing track, i doubt it. hoping for an epic fail

Turkey - bouncers go to eurovision. or is it the Turkish right said fred... i'm too bald for this song

Serbia -  cute 1960's sound and lets face it, being from perth i am used to all things 1960's

Russia- will qualify thanks to neighbours votes. russias ricky martin

Switzerland - Christans will love it and marketing companies will abuse it

Georgia - would be better if she could sing

Finland - not bad for hippy shit, should qualify

Malta - would be better if he was singing in english... oh he is... oh dear.

San Marino - Should do better than it will. good voice, but unlikely to get the neighbourly love other countries benefit from

Croatia - needs a pretty amazing performance, though may qualify anyway to make the numbers

Iceland - i don't like it, but it will likely qualify due to Europe's lack of taste

Hungary - well sung anthem for scraggas

Portugal - possibly the worst Eurovision act ever.

Lithuania - wanna be Andrew Lloyd Webber sung by a toilet roll doll

Azerbaijan - you would think this is an idol winners song, but all Idolists are losers...

Greece - if this qualifies, i will lose all faith in the people from Europe and their ability to vote for anything
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 Finland waited the longest time for a Eurovision win, but when they won, Lordi, it was a good win. The win in 2006 is something that will be remembered for all of Eurovision history, and not many entries, even winners, will ever be in the heart of Eurovision like Lordi. 

This year Finland sent us a piece of hippy-greenie shit... and I kinda like it. The song is most interesting seeing it is coming out of Finland atm. It is a song that has a global view at a time when Finnish people have made True Fins the third most powerful party in Finland and True Fins are against reaching out with the Finnish economy to help he rest of Europe. 



With the Hoo-Har with the results of the last Australian election and how many days we were without a government, it amuses me how life goes on in Finland despite over 2 weeks without an elected government, and they probably wont have one by Eurovision. What does politics have to do with Eurovision... I know it is meant to have nothing to do with the event, but it always has everything to do with it and it will be interesting what effect, if any, the True Fins will have on the Finnish results. will Europe vote for Finland to show we are friends, or voe against them in anger. Only Portugal can tell... 

Getting back to the song, because after all this meant to be a song contest, the song is nothing special, but it is sweet. Sure the singer (Paradise Oskar or Axel Ehnström, whatever you want to call him) looks like he should be in movies like Superbad or Diary of a Wimpy Kid, but it isn't bad is it? It wont win, but it isn't bad. 

Now I go back to the results that Finland is used to getting, and I don't understand why this didn't score any points....





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 LIthuania has never won Eurovision, but they have successfully managed to get last place a couple times. Despite their lack of success, I love them and they have sent two of my favorite songs to Eurovision in recent years, 'We are the Winners' - 2006 (who obviously weren't the winners) and 'Eastern European Funk' - 2010. Also one of my favourite songs that didn't make it to Eurovision is from Lithuania, 2006's second place song by the group that represented Lithuania in 2010

This year Lithuania have tried to be a little Andrew Lloyd Webber, with a little less of the talent. This song is quite deserved of its odds of 200-1



When I was a kid I had a lamp. it was a doll in a dress with a full length skirt except she didn't have legs, she had a light bulb... it had to be mentioned because I cannot look at a long shot of Evelina Sašenko without thinking of that lamp. 

the first chorus makes my ears bleed and I have never seen a face so contorted while singing. on the plus side... it is a nice song, it just needs a better singer. this wont qualify. If something good like Eastern European Funk didn't qualify, this has no chance. 

Though i dot love Lithuania this year, I so usually love them, and though I know I have referenced this clip in a previously year, I love this. it is so bad it is good in a way.... not the song... the name, the clothes, the EVERYTHING... 


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San Marino are back for their second Eurovision, and what a co-incidence that they have returned the same yeah Italy did.  RAI, the Italian broadcaster is also a major share holder in SMRTV (San Marino's broadcaster) so there would not be any collusion would there be... no never...

After not qualifying for the final in their first attempt in Eurovision in 2008, San Marino are back and hoping that their friends that surround them, Italy, will help them get a better result. good luck with that


This song is actually quality. Senit, the singer, appears talented and though the start of the song is a bit naff, she carries the song well. OK it is little more than a power ballad and listening to the song, you can already see how an explosion of lights and possibly a wind machine will be used to emphasize the refrain (if not fireworks).  Yes any song with any scant bit of quality can be Eurovision-ised to death. 

Though the song has that nice summer feel that a good winner needs, and though it should qualify from the semi, it wont threaten the big hopes at this years event. the bookies place The hopes of this around the same as Albania and Portugal (so equal to buckleys chance), but then if they are Buckleys at 250/1, what is Cyprus at 300/1?

San Marino's attempt in 2008, despite being a bit emo, wasn't horrible. it certainly deserved better than last place in the semi, which is where it finished. It even got less points (1 less) than the Hungary who finished last in the other semi. Poor San Marino. 


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Azerbaijan have a lot gong for them in Eurovison and Europe. they have oil and they do well in Eurovision and they have oil and they want tourists and they have oil and it is a former Soviet nation and they have oil. did I mention Azerbaijan has oil... watch out for America guys... 

I haven't referred to anything as Disney, but Azerbaijan is trying to be very Disney. The are not at the level of Disney crap that have been in previous Eurovisions, but they are quite Disney... maybe they are sending Disney because they know what America does to countries with oil and they are trying to show that they are friendly


This clip looks slightly less stalker-ish than the other official clip but it doesn't improve the song. I think it will do well only because there is more dance-pop than ballad pop this year, so ti will qualify, for the final but wont get far beyond that, I mean it is not that good.

I would *never* accuse Eurovision voting of being political, but Azerbaijan has a habit of finishing better than they possibly should. I am not saying that it is the oil, but if Elnur & Samir can finish 8th, this song could finish anywhere. The bookies have this at 16/1, so 7th from the top, and if it qualifies for the final it will go up. That does make me cringe alittle.

Azerbaijan got their best result of 3rd n 2009 in their second Eurovision. 3rd sounds good, but they got 207 points out of a possible maximum of 504 and finished 180 points behind first. though if this song had won, it would have been the oil


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Poland has gone down hill since their first attempt in Eurovision in 1994. They have only had one other top ten showing since reaching the dizzy heights of second with "To nie ja!"

 Since the Semi finals, Poland has qualified for the final twice. This is in the weaker semi, so it might get through, it depends on how much effort she goes to, and with her solo dance in this clip, it appears she might go to a lot of effort to win. 


I cant Help but think of the movie Pretty Woman, when watching this song, you know, the prostitute turns out good story... she appears to be half way there. yes I know she has worked hard at music (or worked on hard... anyways) and she actually appears to be able to sing, but seriously, how many hookers have gone on to win Eurovision?

Seriously though, this is nothing but another bloody pop song. The more of these, the more I believe that France will win. This song has more porridge than real substance, I mean even the translation of the lyrics 'I’m your inspiration, The consolation for your tears'... ok maybe I am reading too much into this but that to me sounds like she is the pro that a married man is going to, and he cries every time he sees her...

If anyone ever wonders why Poland best result was 1994, look at 1995. All I can say is Ow, my ears... where did this blood come from...



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Greece gave us one winner with Helena Paparizou in 2005. The song back then was a good pop song that was well sung and fantastically performed for Eurovision. The closest they got to emulating that success since then was when they sent a little princess to Eurovision.  

This year Greece has sent a man from Cyprus to represent them with something that resembles a big steaming pile of poo. This year grreece will have to have a fantastic performace, but the question remains, can you polish a turd?



OK, lets face it, the boy seems to be able sing and he isnt harsh on the eye, and like all Greek acts in Eurovision, he will be waxed to within an inch of his life 10 minutes before the show (any later and the regrowth will appear by the time he performs) but the song screams out toilet break. but maybe we should take the advice in the song, 'Don't believe what you hear, cause their truth kills the truth' 

I am still amused that the composer of the music for this song is Giannis Christodoulopoulos. That last name sounds like it should be a Sesame Street character. I can work with this as a performance for this song. the music makes me think of a slow tango, so why dont they get muppets to tango? There are two singers so they can have four muppettiers on the stage maximum (due to the 6 person limit). I would vote for that, even if Dustin ruined the art of puppetry at Eurovision. 

Greece rarely sends guys to Eurovision, i dont know why.... 

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)
 Hungary have a habit of showing up at Eurovision when ever they feel like it, in 16 years they have shown up 8 times and you never know what is going to show up, if it will be substantial or unsubstantial, of it ROX or NOX, but generally not

The best result Hungary has finished with in Eurovision was 4th back in their first Eurovision in 1994, and that record wont be broken in 2011



On a high note, her 'hey' is almost on par with Whitney Houston from 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody', and I would call her a white Whitney, but she isn't *that* good and I am sure she has hoovered less coke - I mean seriously, there isn't enough coke in the world for two to use that much

This is the anthem for the selfish breeders of generation Me! I think the video needs to have an overweight scrag singing it with yesterdays lipstick smeared over her mouth, a can of pre-mix in one hand and a cigarette in the other. the song is sung as she walks out on her 6 kids (from 5 different dads)  carrying all the expensive stuff (including that that belongs to the kids) from their public housing unit to pawn.

This years song is a gauge to how many scrags in Europe can afford to pay thier phone bill. It will qualify for the final but wont go far, it isn't like she is a V.I.P. or anything


passionpop: (putting my foot in it)
 Malta Loves Eurovision, but the feeling isn't mutual. In Malta's 23 previous attempts since 1971, the best Malta has got was 2nd, In 2002 and 2005. They wont better that result this year. 

After 1975, Malta took an extended break form Eurovision and didnt come back until 1991, understandable after having finished last twice and 12/18 on their other appearance. this years result will be more akin to that



First thing I had to do was check the lyrics to ensure he was singing in English. I guessed he was because Malta usually does, but I wasn't sure because I couldn't understand what the hell he was singing through his attempts to sound like Michael Jackson

He seems to be a great little performer, gong by the live version. Maybe I have something against these full of themselves kids that appear to make it. Maybe it is the music that they perform that makes them seem so full of themselves or maybe it is that I have heard drum machines for far too long. It wont set Eurovision on fire, but it should qualify for the final.

In 1971, Malta came last, and rightfully so. this guy thinks he is Tom Jones meets Elvis, he performs like Domenico Modugno on acid and he came last... with all that going for him.



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Georgia have had a relatively short, though successful history in Eurovision, in all the 3 events they have competed in, they have made it to the final.Thats something that they wont achieve this year after seeing the live version of their song.

The most infamous incident in Eurovision History for Georgia was when they decided to go to Russia with 'We Don't want to Put In', a song that sounded like it was making a reference in the title to Russian President, Vladamir Putin. the song went 'We Don't want to Putin, I just want to shoot him'. sensibly they withdrew from the 2009 contest, rather than find members of their delegation had contracted mysterous ailments.



This is the live version, which is god awful. If you are going to be a lead singer, you have to be able to sing love... and if you are leading a band that is in a euro-rock genre, moving is also high up their with performance requirements. Why you would want sonmeone who is such a princess to be the lead singer of a band like this is beyond me

Other than the very 1990's retro feel of rapping randomly in a song, I have to admit that the recorded version is ok. It is 10000% better than the live version and that is no exaggeration. The recorded version is something you could almost hear on Triple J, the live version, well thats especially for Eurovision

For something from Georgia's Eurovision history, we go right back to last year when the the male dancers had diphallic images on their trousers.. 

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 Albania has never really set Eurovision on fire. They seems to send in a reasonable song with an average performance or an average song with a good performance. From the look of the national final, this years entry looks like the later.

I do hope that the Albanian delegation learn one thing prior to the event this year and that is a sexy dress only looks sexy if you have the right body for it.


She sounds a little like Tina Turner in parts, and close ups don't do her any favours even though her makeup was applied with a trowel. I am also assuming that Pink is popular in Albania, or maybe she just wanted a hair colour that clashed with style. 

This is less of a song and more of a marketing slogan - but then is Eurovision really a song contest any more. I can see the chorus being used beyond a Eurovision context and eventually being use to promote TV stations and soft drinks. inside Albania it will likely also be a Eurovision slogan for the next couple years, unless this falls on its arse completely, which it has the potential of doing. this songs only hope is a big performance. 
 
Albania best result is still from their first Eurovision, a song that could be likened to evangelist christian music, interesting sound from a predominately Muslim country


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Turkey has been in Eurovision since 1975 with minimal success and lots of failures. though even after finishing last three times, they kept trying, bless em, and eventually it was worth it. 

In "every way that I can' i believe that Turkey deserved their win in 2003, but this years entry doesn't deserve to end the same. 



It starts out sounding very bogan and you could see this being huge at a B&S, until the vocals start. you can almost hear the gold chains clinking to the music after that. this song should only be heard from hotted up commodores doing bog laps through freo. I don't want to hear it, but thats the only place it would be appropriate.

Obviously  Turkey thought they did well with MaNga last year and thought to give us more of the same... just crap. These guys don't even have sex appeal to help them... they should go back to being bouncers outside the nightclubs rather than attempting to play music inside. 

So now for something with a result closer to what this years entry will get. last place from 1983:







passionpop: (southpark)
Switzerland is to blame for Celine Dion after she won Eurovision for them in 1988. Her heart will go on, like Switzerland, On an on through years of losses. they waited 32 years for their second win after winning the first Eurovision back in 1956, so they aren't due for another win until 2020. 

Switzerland has given us some Great moments in Eurovision. who can forget the swiss wiggles, Piero and the Musicstars or Vanillia Ninja, the Estonian band or.... or any of the others. memorable....



this song sounds like it should be used in an ad for Insurance or something, either that or a christian love convention, it is that blind swaying that this song starts that conjures up the latter visual, palms up in the air praying... while others are preying on the crowd...

anyways, the vocals dont go with the music. neither is bad, but they are caramel cheesecake together. Cheesecake is the bomb, caramel is divine, but put them together and it is all wrong. I wanna go back to the Serbian song now please. 

I decided to listen to this song one more time to decide if it was really that bad and started a sneezing fit. I think i am allergic to it, so I had better put something else on... like this:

passionpop: (sweet and innocent)
 Serbia won their first Eurovision as an independent country, but rapidly went down hill. being an automatic finalist in 2008, 2009 saw them fail to reach the final (just, though they should have qualified, their song was much better than Croatia's which got in in lieu of Serbia).

In  2010 Serbia's entry was the 'Jedward' of that year and was an improvement despite how annoying it was. This year the improvement has continued and this song is nowhere near as annoying as Milan Stanković.



The english version is available to listen to here and I suggest it be given a listen. Once you get past the Human Nature sound of this (oh they could cover this for their mothers day album, I can see it now) and the 60's set design, this song is so happy and bubbly that it makes you sick! I think this is the best competition for Blue sofar. 

my liking of a song is generally the kiss of death (except in 2006 and 2009) but i can see myself car-dancing to this and humiliating myself at traffic lights. I am not due to like the winner until next year but how can anyone hate this song? I challenge anyone not to bop to this song. I want to watch people struggling not to bop to this, that would be amusing....

Due to the 60's feel of this song, I am going back to the 1960s for a song from Yugoslavia
 

 
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Croatia have been in Eurovision since 1993, but prior to then a number of the acts representing Yugoslavia were Croatian, including their only winner, Riva with "Rock Me'

In recent years Croatia has sent rubbish to Eurovision, to the point where I have been ashamed to admit my own Croatian heritage in Eurovision circles. They are however making baby steps in their improvements... midget baby steps... 




When I first heard this song, it was the Croatian version, which i think is mush better than the English version. I dont get the whole point in upbeat songs that are about going out, why they mention 'love' randomly in the song. One line, 'Love is here to stay'. in respect to the rest of the lines in that verse and the lines in the chorus following, that line stands out like a sore thumb. non sequitur anyone?

Maybe this song will be better live, but i doubt it. Feminnem were somehow worse last year live.there are too many strong dancey numbers this year so Daria would have to pull an amazing performance out of her arse to finish top ten this year. 

I live in hope that Croatia will send something good into Eurovision next year. for now I will go back to a time where mens hair was shaped like a Ken-doll and had enough oil in it to make the Exxon Valdez look like a trickle in the ocean.... 



passionpop: (subliminal)
 Armenia have only been in Eurovision since 2006, and they had a sparkling debut with the monobrow man finishing 7th. they have never finished outside the top ten 10th being their worst, not bad over their 6 entries

This year will be the third time Armenia have sent a song where the title is one word repeated, after "Qélé, Qélé" and "Jan Jan". "Boom-Boom" makes it 50%. go Armenia!


I gave up trying to find a copy of this clip that didn't have obvious overdubbing for the vocals and music. I love watching people mime in the lead up to a live music contest, automatically makes me expect them to score and epic fail. I love epic fails, particularly from pop-princess' like her... they call her a pop-princess, i think they have it atleast half right...

the music of this song I could see mixed at a nightclub to make the dancefloor shake, but they would cut the vocals, mercifully. this song is designed to be nothing more than the background thump at a nightclub, and though it should qualify, it will likely be Armenia's worst result because there are stronger dance songs this year already

anyway back to the monobrow. someone get ella bache on the phone, stat!


passionpop: (putting my foot in it)
Iceland is good at being the bridesmaid or the wooden spooners. Though they have competed in all but 2 years since 1986, their best effort has been second in 1999 and 2009.

This year, the 2009 second place getter was overlooked in favour of  'Coming Home', an emotional choice of song seeing the song writer and original singer of 'coming home' passed away of a heart attack (reported as natural causes) in January. 


I am so sorry Iceland, but this is a big steaming pile of poo. All they need is Charlie Chaplin to perform a comical dance to make this complete. if this qualifies from the semi, I will be amazed, though it is up against Portugal so it might be a chance....

If they stripped this back and removed the music and exchanged it with something else, ANYTHING ELSE, then this song would be less of a joke. I wanted to like this song. I wanted to love Iceland, but I cant. the less said about this song the better

to get me away from the hoedown... thats what it sounds like at the start, a call to a hoe down... anyway, lets go to 1987, when things were better than this... and before Iceland discovered hairspray. 


passionpop: (my ass)
Russia loves pop, well they love sending it to Eurovision. Maybe it is a case of 'when you are on a good thing...' or not so good, as the case my be. though it has won them a Eurovision (2008) and got them to bridesmaid twice, So I guess I should expect pop from Russia for years to come

This year Russia has turned to RedOne to pen hem a winning entry. RedOne is best known for his work with Lady GaGa, will he work for Russia... maybe


Alex Sparrow (Alexey Vorobyov) is no captain jack. he is a young cute ricky martin type popstar, who comes across as too 'clean' to sing (pull or put, I am unsure which) 'my mind in that dirty zone' as he gently kisses the cheek of a girl in the crowd. Maybe it is that a guy cant get away with performing those lyrics as well as a girl can or maybe he needs female dancers and not boytoys.

I have been hearing about this song like it could be 'the one' this year, but all I hear is 'New York, London, Paris, Munich, everybody talk about POP MUSIC'. I can see this doing well on the dancefloor (after it has been cut to smithereens), I can see people playing it in their car on their way to a night out, but I cant see this as being any more than a Eurovision pop song.

Russia didn't always send pop to Eurovision. Their pre-pop entries also have some hints how to make this years entry better. get old burnt orange curtains and make them into an amazing dress. also am I the only person who appreciates that the Russian song was introduced by a man who died of a cocaine overdoes

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Norway has a habit of coming last in Eurovision, however when they win, they do it in a spectacular fashion. 2009 saw Norway get the highest winning score, the most amount of 12 points and the biggest winning margin. This was a much better finish than the 4 times Norway has finished with nul points. They have also won with Bobbysocks...

As for this year, we can forget Norway... and with the sawhili in the song all I can say is Kenya, oh Kenya where the giraffes are, and the zebra...




'Haba Haba, hujaza kibaba' translates literally to 'little by little, fills up the measure', and that makes as much sense as sending this song to Eurovision. At best this song is so last year. it was 2010 when we were inundated with the African sound for the (Soccer) World Cup. possibly the only country that is not over it is Spain, so there is their only possible 12 points. atleast it wont be nul points for Norway this year.

The song is not crap, it is just repetitive. it is like someone wrote half a song and couldn't be bothered to write every second line. was it too hard to make a rhyme? Maybe she got in because she was a young import and well, a Belorussian won for them in the past.

I am scared by the way her hand vanishes and reappears. those are hand movements that Mariah Carey would be envious of. it is energetic and fun, but it is no Bobbysocks


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