passionpop: (sweet and innocent)
The results of the Jury/Televote breakdown were released this week.

in semi 1 if the Juries ruled, Iceland would not have qualified and Israel would have. I disagree with the Jury on that one. If it was Televote only, Switzerland would have got in over Hungary... they were much of a muchness for me.

in Semi 2 the Jury would have put Croatia and Georgia in over Turkey and Norway. Norway actually finished last in the jury vote in that semi and qualified only because of the higher televote. Bulgaria would have qualified if it wasnt for the jury as would have the Netherlands at the expense of Malta and Ukraine.

The Jury came in to break the bloc voting, however Semi two shows how the jury was worse in its bloc voting than the public was. As far as the juries were concerned, only former Yugoslav country that should not have qualified was Slovenia and the only former Soviet country was Belarus, and they were 11th with the jury.

In the final however, the jury got it closer to right than the public did. Italy and Spain should have finished higher than they did with the combined voting and France deserved more than the nil poi that the televote gave them.

in the end it didn't change who the winner was

in the end the juries fail in what they were brought in to do, which was break the bloc. 

On a side note, if the top five from the televote only went in they would be:


the top 5 remaining over the two semis over all that didn't qualify, based on the jury vote would then be:


I have said that the semi results should not be announced until semi two and this is how the semis should be determined, with these results.

in the results for the finals only three countries that were not mentioned above, and were not auto qualifiers finished higher than any on this list.

F.Y.R.Macedonia in 13th
Bosnia & Herzegovina in 18th and
Iceland who finished 19th, but who in my opinion should have finished higher.

with little to no detriment to the final result, we could have made the final a lot shorter and a lot soberer... maybe not a good thing but something to ponder none-the-less

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)
even though the semis are yet to be aired in Australia (they start tonight) the final 26 are now confirmed. here is a quick rundown on the qualifiers and their chances
United Kingdom: 5th favourite with the bookmakers and fluctuating. sending the hump is either genius or madness and we will soon find out which. 
Hungary: this song only qualified to make up the numbers
Albania: This surprised alot of people that it even qualified, but it is an interesting song. I think it will be in will finish in the top half but the bookies don't.
Lithuania: oh this is completely there to make up the numbers. this song is an arguement for reducing the number of songs that qualify from the semi's. if this doesn't finish last, it will be pretty close.
Bosnia and Herzegovina: the bookies didn't give this song much of a chance to even qualify, I always thought it would and would possibly finish in the top half. 
Russia: this song has tightened to second favourite since (if you believe the rumours) it won the first semi (results wont be officially released until after the final). it is very popular though. Russia has such faith in this song winning they have already booked a satellite connection for after the contest to broadcast the media conference. This all makes me hope that it doesn't win. Russia you cant rig every vote
Iceland: this fantasy inspired ballad had dropped to 7th with the bookies. i think tis will be up there but there is a few massively popular ballads this year which will take votes from each other
Cyprus: will get votes from Greece, that's all
France: being straight after another upbeat number will hurt Anggun. this is the superior of the two, but it will struggle.
Italy: Third favourite with the bookies and one of my favourites. I think this has a good chance to win but being in the middle of the evening will probably hurt it and economics. it will be top 5.
Estonia: pretty boy but bad draw and too many ballads.
Norway: forget Norway this will finish in the bottom half.
Azerbaijan: will be the audience favourites which could severely Norway who are before them, but i believe there is a break after this song so Romania wont be hurt as much. Too many ballads so Azerbaijan shouldn't get 2 in a row and the bookies agree.
Romania: this has now dropped to 6th with the bookmakers. again the draw hurts it, but it makes me really want to learn the dance now, with the song so far into the evening, it will make attempts at the dance amusing.
Denmark: I have disliked this song from the start. what's worst about it though is that it is catchy. if this wins from here, it will have north sea oil to thank. lets buy a Eurovision.... sorry that's Russia
Greece: 12 points from Cyprus. couldn't afford to host next year anyway which would be a breach of the rules so can't win.
Sweden: if you believe the rumours, this was not in the top 5 with the juries in the semi, so despite being the favourite for such a long time, it plausibly wont win. most people by now will be too drunk to care anyways.
Turkey: OMG this qualified. This re-defines average.
Spain: apparently Spain have been told not to win by the broadcasters in Spain because they cant afford to host the 2013 Eurovision. they weren't really a challenge anyways because it is too ballad heavy. top ten with the bookies still
Germany: I see high points form Spain and Greece and other countries who are desperate for money. this has sat quietly in the top ten and may sneak into a top 5 finish, though it is a long shot. 
Malta: dear god how the hell did this qualify.  a fair bit of shit managed to seep into this years final.
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: Morticia Adams qualified. This is the first qualification for FYRM since 2007. I am still amazed this song is actually sung in english, who'd have guessed. bottom half
Ireland: the at that everyone has been waiting for, well everyone with a sniper rifle anyways. it is better than Lipstick, but it is still Jedward and they need to be stop.
Sebia: by now the seal is well and truely broken and you need a toilet break. despite this being 4th favourite with the bookies, i would see this as an opportune moment to seek some relief. if you like big ballads though, you will have to hold on during this song though. sucks to be you.
Ukraine: this is just out of the top ten with the bookies, but it has potential. may finish top ten afterall
Moldova: and with Moldova it is finally all over. I have loved Pasha from the start and I hope he does well, Though the bookies think Turkey is better... WTF

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)

no huge surprises but a couple of disappointments in semi one, now for the round up of semi two for Thursday night

Serbia: hugely popular song which doesn't do it for me. some say he is hot, i think he looks like a bouncer should easily qualify. it is currently4th favourite to win with the bookies
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: another song that does nothing for me that probably will qualify. this semi is rather heavy with former Yugoslav countries and all the more popular songs in that region will get through. this is a longshot with the bookies though
The Netherlands: I hate this song, but it is a borderline qualifier. I doubt it. i think the American Indian headdress will be lost on most people. payouts as big as 150 for this to win
Malta: typical talentless pop song from Malta. wait for the dance. very borderline. payout for win out to 225
Belarus: possibly one of the best songs ever sent to Eurovision by Belarus. still only a borderline qualifier. payouts get out to 175, though there is a large range on this one. it gets as low as 80
Portugal: I hope this doesn't qualify. this song has the longest odds for this semi, though this is a fairly average final so you never know
Ukraine: the longest odds on this one are 60/1. this final is heavy on former soviet countries as well as former Yugoslav ones, so it is a very plausible qualifier. i pity the non yugoslav and non soviet countries in this final. qualifier.
Bulgaria: the bookies give this song a snowballs chance in hell. I think being right after Ukraine will hurt it and it will miss out. 
Slovenia: Boring song but one of the better former Yugoslav songs. being followed by another former yugoslav nation with a ballad may hurt it
Croatia: the bookies like this less than Slovenia. I like it a little more. either way qualifying is possible. position may hurt it though
Sweden: first non yugoslav, non soviet song to have a real chance. this song is currently the over all favourite to win. the song isn't great, it is more of a dance and I doubt it will win, but it will certainly qualify.
Georgia: this is another long shot with the bookies. other than jedward, he is the only act that needs to be punched in the face. still may qualify
Turkey: even if this qualifies, like the bookies believe it will, it wont hurt the favourites. so average.
Estonia: this will qualify because he is a good looking boy. again the bookies think it wont challenge the favourites and I agree. 
Slovakia: this is another song that the bookies don't give a chance to even qualify. I would have given it a chance if it wasn't in this semi. 
Nowray: forget noway, they are only in this semi to ensure Sweden qualify, though it is plausibly the gayest song this year. may get through on votes from Estonia, sweden and malta.
Bosnia and Herzegovina: out of the 5 former Yugoslav countries in this semi, 4 of them have sent straight ballads. 3 of those sung by women. this one may have the advantage and qualify because it is away from the other former yugoslav songs
Lithuania: god-awful song. Some of His vocal inflections still sound like 'Fantasy' by Black Box. may qualify but i hope not

passionpop: (my ass)

a quick round up of the acts in the first semi tonight in Azerbaijan

Montenegro: the humour in this song will be missed by most of the audience. possibly wont qualify as no other former Yugoslav countries are in this semi. odds @200.
Iceland: has gained popularity currently 6th favourite with the bookmakers at $18. epic fantasy ballad but the countries economy will get in the way of a win. will qualify though.
Greece: Minge flashing pop song. will get 12 points from Cyprus which will lead to to qualify from the semi though sits at a payout of 25-40 with the bookies so will qualify, wont win.
Latvia: Very Generation Now, though Anmary isn't. the payout is up to 250 for the win, so not a winner. may qualify just.
Albania: one of the more interesting songs this year. the bookies think it wont qualify, I think it might despite the fact it doesn't go anywhere. 
Romania: always interesting from Romania 5th favourite with the bookmakers, though wont win because Romania never does. what a poor, poor country. BTW learn the dance
Switzerland: borderline qualifier, the song has potential but ruins it with the chorus. payout up to 200 so the bookies think it will get through.
Belgium: my favourite opening line of a song this year. the bookies aren't so endeared by the song with it out to 300 with them. possible qualifier, though improbable
Finland:  the last time Finland went in with a song sung in Swedish, it finished last. the bookies don't think it will be a much better result this time with payouts round 200. she is the fail whale.
Israel: i think someone mentioned to me that this act was picked up on Triple J (in Australia) 9 years ago.Triple J doesn't always play quality music and this song is at up to 225 with the bookmakers so it wont be a winner.
San Marino: possibly the most god-awful thing to ever go to Eurovision and the bookmakers agree with the longest odds for 2012. apparently the performance is pretty good, but the song lets it down. Loser.
Cyprus: similar odds to Greece, who will be giving this song 12 points. will qualify and will likely go top ten. wont win.
Denmark: the bookies have this song in the top ten paying between 14 and 25 despite how plain it is. North Sea oil will get this song votes. I hope it doesn't win though, i couldn't handle another crap winner
Russia: Third favourite with the bookies and will definitely be up their somewhere with the help of all the other former Russian countries. very popular with the fans. will do very well. 
Hungary: another borderline qualifier with Switzerland according to the bookies, but with the amount of borderlines, this might slip through.
Austria: they will have flouros in different places for the semi but the black light will still be there. the song is another borderline with payouts up to 250 for the win. I wouldn't bet on it.
Moldova: my favourite song this Eurovision. The song is nowhere near the favourites in the odds, but it should qualify. if it doesn't, I will cry. I want his trumpet in them... erm...
Ireland: everyone has been waiting for them to return... /sarcasm. if they don't win, will Ireland send them again next year? can they afford to send anyone else... I mean Jedward are obviously going cheap... 14 to 33 is the payout range. typical x-factor winners song. kill them now

passionpop: (completely)
Performer: Tooji
Song: Stay

How could I forget Norway. Can you believe it? Well not so much forgot as purposely avoided, mainly because the 'stay' line hurts my ears. Can you guess the singer is a model and VJ by trade.... either is more believable than singer/songwriter.

the song isn't horrible, it is just tat chorus. it isn't that different to anything in the charts for the last 6 or so years, except for that chorus. This song could do well, if it wasn't for that chorus. I hate that chorus.

For a rating of one to ten, one being christian band and ten being Mardi Gras, this is well and truly a ten. I am am sure this is already being played at the court and the peel. it is a Eurovision song after all

This song sounds like something Turkey should be entering, but instead they send us.. well it was 1978. as for what Norway sends... well this was a year before ABBA. 

passionpop: (my ass)

Performer: Iris
Song: Would you

You have to love a Eurovision song which starts with 'Come inside me'. It doesn't really improve from there either. it stays are a disney pop ballad.... just with that one really non-disney line... 

I almost forgot to review this song. Two and a half months ago I named Belgium as the winner before the song was announced. I then listened to the song when it came out, regretted my call, but never did the write up as to why I regretted it. listening to the song explains it though. 

Kate Middleton has alot to answer for with these high banded dresses. Dear Iris, when you have legs akin to chopsticks, trying to look 'leggy' fails. 

Belgium's song is not the worst thing to go to Eurovision, Luxumburg in 1980 Comes close. and going back to the high band on the dress... there was time when Belgium knew where the waist was. it was 1979

passionpop: (southpark)
Performer: Nina Badrić
Song: Nebo

Listen love, build a bridge and get over him. you are too dependent and he left you to find someone better. *sigh* I wish I could tell so many people stuff like that. You are annoying which is why he left you! Look in the mirror, girl!

Getting over the lyrics and back to the song, it is a standard ballad. John Farnham could have done something better, and has. Whats amusing is that with some betting agencies, the odds for this song are out further than Armenia was before Armenia withdrew WITHOUT A PERFORMER. so no song is better than this song according to the bookies

So it is another average song from Croatia and there is no threat to go to Zagreb next year. I am not surprised, Disappointed, but not surprised. 

For something really average... 1997. an Average ballad from Slovenia and Croatia at their average best

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)
Performer: Compact Disco
Song: Sound of our Hearts

This is the sound of another summer Station ID ad for 7, or a song to advertise the hot, sexy new drama for next season. nothing about the song itself reaches in and grabs you but it uses the word heart and add that to any product and and you have advertising. Add it to Eurovision and you have a bit of a cliche.

I always worry about how they upbeat numbers will sound and will be preformed on the night. With this song though it probably doesn't matter. the bookies are considering it fairly mid-range so it will qualify but wont threaten anyone and I think thats a fair call. 

In the end though, this song isn't terrible, it is just.... done. t would have been a hot favourite 10 years ago but now, this style has been the song for summer. over it! 

Upbeat songs can look a little weird in an expensive dress, or even cheap gym gear, but at least it isn't a boy band from Hungary. 

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)
Performer: Sinplus
Song: Unbreakable

The worst part of this song is the word 'Stream'. every time it is sung, I just want to slap them. What is it about shitty siblings in Eurovision. I think we need to slap them all around a bit. 

Maybe the rise in pitch when singing 'stream' it to add to their attempt to sound like the cure. Actually it sounds like the cure meets U2 meets american pop-crap... though I admit that I love some of the concept in the video. Watching the video on mute is pretty good.

Switzerland have had issues qualifying, and last year was their first qualification in a while. this year I agree with the bookmakers, this wont qualify.  it wants to be rock, but it is just not rock enough

Switzerland knows whats rock enough to qualify, they have qualified with an Estonian girl band, they have also seen a favourite from Andorra that didn't qualify. Anonymous were cool

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)

Performer: Donny Montell (Donatas Montvydas)
Song: Love is Blind

The highlight of this clip is definitely the one hand cartwheel. If I was a cougar, I would also list Donny as a highlight, but he was born in 1987 and it is just a little bit wrong. When it comes to Highlights though, the song itself doesn't make the cut, which could be why on the odds list this song is in the bottom 15. Will Not Qualify.

Half of this song is a Ballad and the other half tried to be a 90's dance-floor hit (at best, plausibly 70's). I can't help feeling that the words and structure he is using was written, not interpreted. The vocals appear to have been recorded separately from the writing of the music. It just doesnt work and it is not just the ballad to dance change, it is the everything. 

I think the worst thing about this song is that it distracted me from the scotch fingers that I was dipping in my coffee. The biscuits were far superior to the song and the song just ruined it for me. I can't even bring myself to get another scotch finger from my biccie tin because this song was so average. *sigh*

It is a shame that this is what Lithuania has sent to Eurovision this year, because they can send us some awesome acts. This song is so bad, it could be Maltese. 

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)
Performer: Rona NIshliu
Song: Suus

This song has a awesome build up, then stops... it is like getting foreplay, and then no nookie, there is no point. It is certainly one of the more interesting songs in this years contest, but is needs something after that build up... and not the loud/obnoxious noise that we hear... unless the point is a drink int the Eurovision drinking game

Promoting the top ten acts to the final from each semi when there is only 18 acts in each semi just rewards mediocraty, so this song should qualify. in qualifying, this song might damage Italys chance of winning because they appeal to a similar demographic. the songs aren't very much alike, but both the songs have a beauty and a sensuality about them. Italy is a sexy,  and boldly sensual, Albania is emotive in a 'tear me open and see whats inside', emotive sense and its emptiness is a womans emotion, not a girls. 

I don't care for this song. It could have been more and no doubt wonderful ways to abuse this song will be found, it just doesn't hit me. 

The song has a slight feeling of yesteryear, and it is more than the beehive. Acts of those days were... 1968, says it all. As for other things passed, I have to thank the punch for the reminder of this albanian classic 

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)

Performer: Joan Franka
Song: You and Me

Is there anyone with Foxtel who doesn't have CMC relabeled to 'Country Crap'? Thats where this song belongs. This is country/folk at best. it is doing my head in. 

when i looked at the singers profile on, i saw this picture
 and I thought to myself, 'She has the face of a muppet' and she does. change the nose into a snout and she IS Miss Piggy. 

This song isn't a winner, but the odds imply that it will qualify. The worst thing about this song though is that the more you listen to it, the more it grows on you, so I have to stop listening to it now. 

The Best Country song to go to Eurovision was easily from Germany in 2006, could country win Eurovision? 'No, No Never', and that describes The Netherlands chances of winning, but they are not really trying with this, are they. it was only been a bit over 35 years since their last win so it is ok for them to send crap like... Reemer... (ok Reemer is not a bad singer but... Reemer)

passionpop: (completely)
Performer: Izabo
Song: Time

Maybe this song required more Time to grow on me. I am undecided though if listening to it more will make me like it more or it will make me homicidal. lest test it... 

The song sounds like something that would be used on an add to advertise health supplements or sugar filled snacks for kids.  I hope it is not used for any of these in Australia though.... for the sake of others advertisers, don't use it. 

I think this belongs in a Eurovision in the late 1970s, not in 2012. they are considered 'alternative', but they come across as being different for the sake of being different, but then it is still a standardly structured pop-song, just with annoying vocals in the chorus. This may qualify though unfortunately. 

So in 2003, it was the 80's coming back, now it is the 70's. Can Estonia send a band to sing that? Or maybe we can just get people who look like previous entries... I mean the lead singer of Izabo, his hair is almost as amazing as that as Israels 1975 entry. 

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)
Performer: Maya Sar (Maja Sarihodžić)
Song: Korake Ti Znam 

Why don't they make love-songs like they used to? You know the 'I've got you and I love you' kinda songs. Now all the songs are reminiscing about lost love. They are meant to make you cry out of sorrow instead of joy. I want a happy song. 

I am not saying this song isn't beautiful. It is and I think it will qualify and finish likely in the top half in the final. The odds say otherwise. This is in the bottom 20 with the bookies, so maybe they think Europe is over this kind of music. I know I am. 

It is the musical interlude that bugs me most. it is like a flute version of the musical interlude in 'Everything I Do (I Do it For You)' and I hated that song like nothing else. It isn't that I don't have a romantic bone in my body, it is just that... baby I don't care... 

I have no idea why a beautiful ballad would not be popular in Eurovision, they don't get many... just pick any random year like 1985 and there is only... a few. Buy Maya isn't just limited to ballads, she also does backing vocals on camp crap. 

passionpop: (completely)

Performer: Ivi Adamou
Song: La La Love

Dull, Soulless dance music. This will be big in Malta and Greece, but no one else will really care for this song, and rightfully so. Nothing more really needs to be said... but I will waffle a bit

It is another of last decades Sydney Mardi Gras. My favourite part of the clip is how long her mouth is... The Joker only got a mouth like that with the air of a knife, can you get a mouth like hers with a knife... if you can I fear her plastic surgeon. 

The clip is meant to be based on Snow White, but where are the dwarfs... were they elsewhere being tossed. God I hope this promo clip isn't the best she has got and she actually performs at Eurovision. 

Maybe I am wrong about Malta liking this song. Their crap is better than this, but then Cyprus is a word synonymous with crap

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)
Performer: Litesound
Song: We Are The Heroes

This is the best song that Belarus have ever sent to Eurovision. It isn't completely awesome, but it rocks, it rocks so hard. This year was Litesounds 5th attempt to get to Eurovision and it was worth the wait. 

There is controversy with Belarus' entry. Apparently the televoting was rigged. similar accusations have been made in Russia many times (where vote rigging is a national past-time). Belarus handles things differently though. instead of brushing it under the carpet, the Belorussian President comes in and demands an investigation and then when it is 'proven' installs the act that 'should' have won. I don't care. this song is my better than the one that was originally declared the winner

So Political intervention gave us one of the better acts in this years Eurovision. Eventually Belarus will send an entry that isnt sung in Engish, but until then, this rocks

So, going back to controversy, the 2009 entry for Russia. as for a Belorussian song, 'mum' because it is one of their less awful songs. 

passionpop: (putting my foot in it)

Performer: Nina Zilli
Song: L'amore è femmina

I heard the song Nina sent to the San Remo song contest 'Per Sempre', and I was not impressed with that song. I like this song. It is firming into second in the odds and I believe this can win. As a song, it is the most impressive I have heard thus far in the contest. 

I love power songs sung by women. this is that. the chorus appears to translate to 'love is female, if don't receive, you don't get'. The thing about most power songs, is they are tawdry and sexual. They should be sexy, and this is musically sexy and lyrically very 'fuck you' 

This needs an awesome performance to beat that swedish song, but that should be easy, this song is made for performing. She just has to avoid the belly shake. shake hips, shake arse, don't shake belly. 

I do have a Soft spot for the retro flavoured songs that show up in Eurovision, like Germany in 2007 (though i like that Germany sung 'guess who rules the world') , but when you go back to the actual retro stuff, maybe they are too submissive. 

passionpop: (completely)
Performer: Anmary (Linda Amantova)
Song: Beautiful Song

During the first time I heard the first verse of this song, I double checked the lyrics of the song Anmary was sending to Eurovision to make sure that this was the right song. It is. OMG this is for real. Is this a piss-take or is this serious? OMG I think it is serious. 

Whats scary is the more i listen to it, the more I can see its potential to win. It taps into that desire for instant fame that Gen Y onwards has in abundance, without being sung by twats and without being overly factitious.even if it doesnt win, it will atleast be the theme of the next Junior Eurovision, if not this Eurovision. It could so easily be abused in ads. It could be good.... 

It will be a tough qualifying for Latvia seeing that their neighbours are in the other semi. if it qualifies, this will b in the top half of the draw. If this doesn't qualify, it will not be a change in Latvia's recent fortunes. They haven't qualified since 2008. I don't know if I want this to qualify. at least it clarifies that Eurovision is entertainment, and not a song contest. 

If you want to do a dong which demands votes, Lithuania did that best in 2006. As for Latvian Eurovision songs, I loved 'Questa Notte', partly for Latvia singing in italian when no majority italian speaking country was there to vote... even Switzerland only gave them 3 points. 

passionpop: (sweet and innocent)
Performer: Can Bonomo
Song: Love me back

You know those songs that are so bad they are good again... I am still deciding if this is one of those. it has taken me about 10 listens to like this song. initially I thought this was the most god-awful thing to ever go to Eurovision, then i remembered Gemini and this isnt so bad... 

Every time I hear the line 'like me like I like you', i think it sounds like something that should be in Junior Eurovision, but the rest of the lyrics appear to be asking for a one night stand. I don't know if it is intentionally comical, but I am laughing at it. 

If this song makes it to the final, which could be hard, it will get points from Israel just for the jewish singer. I don't think it will qualify though. I don't think i know if i want it to either

I think Turkey is trying to be like the classic Latvian entry from 2008, but they end up sounding a bit Naff, but then thats expected from Turkey... Diday diday day. 

passionpop: (sweet and innocent)

Performer: Rambo Amadeus (Antonije Pušić)
Song: Euro Neuro

This guy looks like a homeless person scabbing through the bin for dinner, but the due has a degree, competed in international sailing competitions and has been recording satirical music for 20 years. AND HE IS RAMBO! could he be more awesome...

This is one of those good satirical songs that remind us that this is entertainment, and not a music contest. The satire will be wasted in the competition, as always happens. The main reason this song won qualify though is because all on Montenegro's neighbours are in the other semi. 

This should have an awesome performance. for anyone not planning on watching the semis, this is the kind of thing you will miss. This song doesn't sound like much, actually it is filled with WANK which is what I think the point is. at least this song will make the highlights reals of 2012 for the wacky entries

More for the fact that Euro Neuro sounds a bit ahead of its time for Eurovision, and a bit the mention of euro in the title, made me think of a classic from Belgium. Pity most Montenegrin songs aren't so memorable. The last Montenegrin act to qualify for the final was back when Montenegro was still unified with Serbia in 2005


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