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Well that was an exciting Eurovision. it is a shame that the shittest piee of shit that has ever been shat out on a Eurovision stage won. I am not upset by Ukraine's win because Australia came second, I am upset because it should have been disqualified for being political. Russia could have won, Cyprus could have won, San fucking Marino could have fucking won, I would not have cared, but the fucking Ukraine!

The song is anti Russian and it picks one point in WWII, the 1944 eviction of the Tatars from the Crimea, as its reason for hating Russia. Russia evicted the Tatars because they had allied with the Nazis and were harboring German forces.At the time Russia was trying to encircle the German army in Stalingrad and cut them off from any supply. The easiest way to remove the Nazi's, and the way to do it with the least 'collateral damage' was to remove everyone and then make sure the area was clean. Thats what they did. The moved the Tatars right out of the way into Kazakstan, East of where the Germans were, look after them as refugees and destroy Germany.

Displacement of people happened everywhere during the war. Moving is for your safety. The issue is, and always was that the Tatars didn't want to do it because they didn't like Russia (which was why they allied with the Germans...)

The manipulation of history is propeganda. Eurovision has now allowed itself to be a conduit for propeganda to be spread. This disappoints me.

Russia could have killed all the Tatars to flush out the Nazi's. Then we would not have had this god-awful song.

The interesting stuff is still yet to happen. Ukraine wants to host the 2017 Eurovision and has already started looking for venues. A decision can be made against them hosting though in the next EBU reference group meeting in June. This meeting is also expect to advise what sanctions Armenia will face for the singer displaying the flag of Nagorno-Karabakh, because showing that flag was too political, and the song 1944 was not.

Last time the Ukraine hosted Euroision in 2005 the Orange Revolution happened after their win. They almost lost hosting due to the lack of development for accomodation venues and the potientially dangerous situation for delegates and visitors. fans still regard the Ukraine Eurovision of 2005 as a dogs breakfast. Many say it was the worst Eurovision to attend. In the end at BEST it should be hosted in a neighbouring country like Poland or Hungary but I would not br surprised if the Ukriane is forced to give up hosting to somewhere more 'neutral' like Germany. If tis happend Ukraine will likely withdraw in protest and really.. good. They have only ever sent one song I liked ever anyways.

The media is saying Australia were ripped off and in the end Australia were never going to win because not enough time was spent on promoting Dami in Europe, instead she was used to promote the broadcast in Australia. We did not provide a complete package but the package that won was not even fit for sale.

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So again this has spoilers for those who have not watch the prime time semi's on SBS.
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Again, this contains spoilers so if you are an Aussie and you don't know that Dami is in the grand final, look away now so you don't work it out from this list...

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and now shit gets serious

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01 Latvia

Good looking young thing appears to be able to hold a note. song will probably be forgotten by the time voting starts though

02 Poland
Michał Szpak
Color Of Your Life

The colour of his life appears to be red. For all fans of mankles, here is Poland. if the rehersals mean anything there will be more songs song in key in the first 5 songs in the second  than there were in the first one... already.

03 Switzerland
The Last Of Our Kind

This is a strong semi and I don't know if the canadian will make it. I hate her hair colour

04 Israel
Hovi Star
Made Of Stars

This song is probably going to be better live than in the recording, if he can hold his voice. The strain of the performances is showing on a few singers

05 Belarus
Help You Fly

Freaking weirdo. Please don't qualify

06 Serbia
Sanja Vučić ZAA
Goodbye (Shelter)

longest pubes ever... wait its tassels... so she is not cthulu crotch. this song should qualify knocking out Canada/Switerland's chances.

07 Ireland
Nicky Byrne

he needs 4 more people sharing the stage with him.

08 F.Y.R. Macedonia

everyone loves a powerballad and I hope this qualifies.

09 Lithuania
Donny Montell
I've Been Waiting for This Night

he has been waiting for this night, but he already had it in 2012. give someone else a chance.

10 Australia
Dami Im
Sound Of Silence

I love Dami. yes I am biased. fvck you Graham Norton.

11 Slovenia
Blue And Red

The Netherlands got through the other night so so should this.

12 Bulgaria
Poli Genova
If Love Was A Crime

This song is the most perfect pop song. I fear it wont qualify and I will be gutted if it doesn't this is my Iceland.

13 Denmark
Lighthouse X
Soldiers Of Love

how were the salvation army group not disqualified.

14 Ukraine

another one that should have been disqualified. second favourite with the bookies still

15 Norway

This song is a mess. Will not qualify. Not qualifying will be interesting because if denmark son't qualify, and I hope they wont, the only Nordic country in the final will be Sweden. Thats a lot of 12 points.

16 Georgia
Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian Lolitaz
Midnight Gold

This is an interesting song but I am not sure if Europe will vote for it.

17 Albania
Eneda Tarifa

her dress looks like it was a chinese-made on-line purchase which is a poor knock off of a good dress.

18 Belgium
Laura Tesoro
What's The Pressure

I am getting rave reports about this song but I fear she may not have the vocal strangth to carry this off... not that you can hear anything over THAT outfit
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This post largely contains spoilers so please stop reading now if you have not watched the event

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We are heading for one of the worst Eurovisions in History. There are very even good acts. Here is what to expect from the first semi based on the Second rehersals... and it is not good.

01 Finland
Sing It Away

Good song to open the show with, though people will have forgotten it by the end of the night which will hurt its votes. One would about this song is... teal

02 Greece
Utopian Land

well they didn't opt for a national selection this year. their internal selection shows they don't want to win... lets face it, they could not afford to host it if they did. wait for the reveal

03 Moldova
Lidia Isac
Falling Stars

This semi is going downhill fast. Like the use of the bathroom tiles on the dress.

04 Hungary

I hope the camera sticks on the drummer. he is good. the rest of it is less so

05 Croatia
Nina Kraljić

This song was top 5 a month ago. now it is barely in the top 20. there is competition for the Barbra Dex this year.

06 The Netherlands
Douwe Bob
Slow Down

You have to understand that in Perth we will be watching this at 3.30am and strugling to stay awake. Sadly this will probably qualify due o a lack of anything much better

07 Armenia
Iveta Mukuchyan

This is one of the sngs That should qualify only because it is better than average just. Someone thinks she is Beyence...

08 San Marino
I Didn't Know

This guy is a bit of a turkey... no, no, no, no.

09 Russia
Sergey Lazarev
You Are The Only One

This song is going to piss all over everything else. it will win the semi 10 votes to 1

10 Czech Republic
Gabriela Gunčíková
I Stand

this is looking like one of the better songs but the performance looks shit after russia

11 Cyprus
Minus One
Alter Ego

toilet break

12 Austria
Loin d'ici

the toilet roll doll might qualify

13 Estonia
Jüri Pootsmann

This guy fully has he rape face. Whats the rape face? itis when a guy is trying to look sexy and sultry and instead has a look that says they dropped something in your drink and they are going to fvck you like Bill Cosby would...

14 Azerbaijan

it is the year of the catsuit not sure if it will get this song over the line but with this competition anything is possible

15 Montenegro
The Real Thing

not entirely sure what to day about this one... I like the KITT bar at the front of the stage....

16 Iceland
Greta Salóme
Hear Them Calling

pretty much the same as the national final though people may see it as too similar to Russia's use of the background

17 Bosnia & Herzegovina
Dalal & Deen feat. Ana Rucner and Jala
Ljubav Je

another reveal. watch out for Jala's dress and try not to see a super villan mask in it.

18 Malta
Ira Losco
Walk On Water

She may walk on waters if they break during the performance.

I think the qualifiers will be Finland, Russia, Iceland, Armenia, Austria and fvck knows beyond that.

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Previous Entries: 55
Wins: 6 1974 ABBA – Waterloo
            1984 Herreys – Diggi-loo diggi-ley
            1991 Carola - Fångad av en stormvind
            1999 Charlotte Nilsson – Take Me to Your Heaven
            2012 Loreen – Euphoria
            2015 Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes
First Entry 1958 Alice Babs - Lilla stjärna
Most recent Entry 2015 Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes
National Anthem Du gamla, Du fria


Frans - If I Were Sorry

I have double checked and triple checked and this is the last song to go through for Eurovision 2016 (*happy dance*) and if I was writing this a week ago it would have been top 2, but today, after the first rehersal, this is sitting in 5th with the bookmakers. Sweden has been bouncing up and down for since the announcement of this song and it could, unfortunately, still win

I can understand the appeal of this song but everything there is that is likeable about it is also something easy to dislike. As for Frans, he is a young, likeable looking kid who loves soccer and even written songs as a kid about the game. He is in front of a home crowd and I am sure he will love next weekend.

Sweden is mad on Eurovision. There were 12 songs in the national selection and when it came ot the public televote the lowest amount recieved was 739 125. Frans recieved 1 815 697 votes for this performance. The song that came second, which was first with the jury only got 1 150 943 votes. With this amount of votes just for the national selection, I would hate to be on control of any of the Swedish mobile networks next weekend...

Sweden earned the home final with a well staged performance last year. Performance makes the winner as Sweden showed in 1984. it was the performance that won, I am sure, it could not have been the song.

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Previous Entries: 9
Wins: 0
First Entry: 2007 Sopho Khalvashi - Visionary Dream
Most Recent Entry: 2015 Nina Sublatti - Warrior
National anthem: თავისუფლება


Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian Lolitaz - Midnight Gold

This is not a Eurovision song. It is very 90’s indie, well an approximation of 90’s indie. The lyrics appear to be written by someone who’s only exposure to indie is Beck and even that exposure is limited. At least this is the most interesting song this year, not a winner but interesting.

I have been trying to find out more about the Young Georgian Lolitaz and google has not been able to give me any more information that I can find in the official releases. They have been around since c2000 and that’s it. I have found a few other songs of theirs and that stuff seems more true to 90’s indie. I am not sure if I want to hear more music by these guys, but I would like a copy of their CD collections. Then bands they are influenced by are all bands that rock.

This is the second song this Eurovision featuring the musical input of Thomas G:Son. Mr G:son also had two songs last year and he is really trying to be the Swedish Ralph Siegel. G:Son and Siegel both have the same amount of Eurovision wins and I think that will still be the case after this Eurovision.

The Bookies don’t think this year’s song will qualify for the final. The Last time Georgia failed to qualify was 2014

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Previous Entries:28
Wins: 0
First Entry: 1971 Joe Grech - Marija l-Maltija
Most Recent Entry 2015 Amber – Warrior
National Anthem: L-Innu Malti


Ira Losco - Walk on Water

This song shits me because she sounds like Delta Goodrem and I hate Delta Goodrem. Sounding like Delta is even worse than being a Eurovision repeat offender, which is also is. Despite all this the bookies currently have this song just out of the top 5.

Ira went into the national selections with two songs, “Chameleon” and “That’s why I love you”. She eventually won with Chameleon. Under the rules of the Maltese national selection, the winner can change part or all of the song selected to go to Eurovision with, and that’s what she did. The new song was co-written by a Swedish ‘talent’ show loser who failed to qualify to represent her own country. Co-writer Molly Pettersson Hammar will be seen at Eurovision as Ira Losco’s backing vocalist.

Ira went to Eurovision in 2002 and recorded Malta’s equal best result 2nd. The other artist to finish second, Chiara (2005) returned in 2009 and finished 22nd. I hope this does not do that well. Respect the people and go with what they voted for.

On the topic of the need for respect, check out the leery guy from 1991

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Previous Entries: 21
Wins: 0
First Entry: 1993 1X Band - Tih deževen dan
Most Recent Entry: 2015 Maraaya - Here for You
National Anthem: Himna Slovenskega Naroda


ManuElla - Blue and Red

Wait for it, wait for it… Yes! The big reveal! How many reveals has Slovenia done at Eurovision? It has got to be a few and we ae chalking up another. Thank you Slovenia for being predictable.

ManuElla (as Manuela Brečko) first tried to get to Eurovision in 2012 without a reveal and finished in the top 4. Even with the reveal she only won this Superfinal by a small margin of under 130 votes (out of over 7500). The song that came second was also about colours. Črno bel is Black White in the local lingo. Even though ManuElla’s song is little more than country crap, it is a lot better than what came second

ManuElla’s Wikipedia pages says she was in Season 2 of Bitke talentov (Battle Talent) in Slovenia. Seeing she did not rate a mention on the Slovenian Wikipedia page for that series then one can assume she didn’t make the cut for the top 15. The Eurovision Bio claims she was on Germany’s Das Supertalent, funny she doesn’t rate a mention there either. These failings probably explain why the bookies do not rate this song despite country being successful at recent Eurovisions

Slovenia rarely rates even when they theoretically should. In 1993 there was a pre-eurovision which decided which new countries would perform in the 1993 Eurovision. Slovenia won the Pre-show (hosted on their home turf) but finished near the bottom at the main even. I cannot understand why.

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Previous Entries: 36
Wins: 1 2005 (H)Elena Paparitzou – My Number One
First Entry: 1974 Marinella - Krasi, thalassa kai t'agori mou (Κρασί, θάλασσα και τ' αγόρι μου)
Most Recent Entry: 2015 Maria Elena Kyriakou - One Last Breath
National anthem: Ύμνος εις την Ελευθερίαν


Argo - Utopian Land

Hip Hop never does well at Eurovision and Greece’s chances are accurately displayed in the odds for this year’s event. The bookmakers give Argo a snowballs chance in hell of even qualifying. It will need a really very good performance to have a chance and because this is Greece it will also need a good wax…

This is the first time since 2004 that Greece did not use a national selection to choose their Eurovision entry. ERT, the Greek Broadcaster chose to pick this year’s song without the help of the public and I cannot understand why. Greece is one of the few countries that have gone to the Eurovision grand Final every year since the Semi-final system came in. They obviously have a successful formula, why would you change it… unless you want to lose. Why pay the entry fee if you want to lose? I don’t understand

I cannot decide if this song is trying to be political or nonsensical but it is not fantastic. I rarely like the Greek entries (with the exception of The Alcohol is Free) and I do not like this song. It won’t qualify which is sad for such a proud Eurovision country.

I rarely like the Eurovision entries from Greece, not even the one from 1981

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Previous Entries - 57
Wins 1 1986 Sandra Kim - J'aime la vie
First Entry: 1956 Fud Leclerc - Messieurs les noyés de la Seine
Most Recent Entry: 2015 Loïc Nottet - Rhythm Inside
National Anthem: Brabançonne


Laura Tesoro - What's The Pressure

Michael Jackson called and he would like to stay dead thanks. Obviously Belgium saw the success Guy Sebastian had last year and tried to imitate it. That never works at Eurovision… well not often anyways… Certainly not this year… I hope.

This song is sitting in the group of borderline qualifiers with the bookies and though imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it somehow cheapens Eurovision. Discount store Eurovision… if there is a difference.

In a desperate attempt to give this song credibility the blurb is trying to connect Laura to Depeche Mode. The final version of this song was produced by “Peter Gordeno, who plays keyboards with Depeche Mode”. Peter is a session Muso who has played with various artists and occasionally plays with Depeche Mode on tour. Name dropping will not win you a Eurovision, Belgium.

Now days too may artist (like Laura) graduate from ‘talent’ shows. Why can’t they graduate from previous Eurovisions like in 1962

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Previous Entries: 11
Wins: 0
First Entry: 2006 Zdob şi Zdub - Bunica Bate Toba
Most Recent Entry: 2015 Eduard Romanyuta - I Want Your Love
National anthem: Limba noastr


Lidia Isac - Falling Stars

This song will not qualify for the final on the quality of the song. If this song qualifies it is on the strength of having a Russian singer and being in the same semi as Russia and a few other friends that will give them votes. This song is just a concoction of a bunch of Eurovision clichés.

One plus about this is that Lidia is not a ‘talent’ show graduate. Instead she is a girl group evacuee. After trying to get to Eurovision three times as part of the duo Glam Girls, she ditched the friend that was holding her back and made it on her own. Actually last year she performed as both a solo artist and in Glam Girls and fortunately did not make it with either. All this shows that Moldova may have a slight lack of talent willing to go to Eurovision.

So Lidia is going to Eurovision this year and the bookies don’t rate her at all. Moldova are sitting near the bottom with the bookies and their fortunes have recently gotten worse with their biggest vote provider (Romania) recently kicked out of the contest. Poor Moldova.

This year’s entry is not the worst thing Moldova has given Eurovision. I am not sure what is but coming fairly close is 2006

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United Kingdom.
Previous Entries: 58
Wins: 5 1967 Sandy Shaw - Puppet on a String
            1969 (shared) Lulu - Boom Bang-a-Bang
            1975 Brotherhood of Man - Save Your Kisses for Me
            1981 Bucks Fizz – Making your mind up
            1997 Katrina and the Waves - Love Shine a Light
First Entry: 1957 Patricia Bredin – All
Most recent entry: 2015 Electro Velvet - Still in Love with You
National Anthem: God Save the Queen


Joe and Jake - You're Not Alone

This is an early naughties pop song, a bit dated for Eurovision 2016. What’s worse is that it is performed by not one but two ‘talent’ show losers. Whatever, this is what the people voted for.

The Mirror called this song middle of the road, but then what would they know, they liked Darline best who were very off key in “You Decide”. If Darline had won it wouldn’t be the first time the UK sent an act that couldn’t sing. Who knows if any of the acts can sing. Maybe Joe and Jake could be another Jemini.

The boys need to learn how to perform and the tall guy (I don’t know if he is Joe or Jake and I don’t really care) better hope his hair grows a bit before Eurovision so he can have a decent hair cut rather than looking like a Special Ed kid. Or maybe they shouldn’t bother, listening to the live version they are definitely not going to win.

The Uk has given the world so much good music over the last 50 or so year. How is it that they never manage to send that to Eurovision. I mean look at 1978

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Previous Entries: 48
Wins: 2 1966 Udo Jürgens - Merci, Chérie
             2014 Conchita Wurst - Rise Like a Phoenix
First Entry: 1957 Bob Martin - Wohin, kleines Pony?
Most recent Entry: 2015 The Makemakes - I Am Yours
National Anthem: Land der Berge, Land am Strome


ZOË - Loin d’ici

German is an awesome language that gave us words like Schadenfreude, Fremdschämen, Backpfeifengesicht and Handschuhschneeballwerfer. Why, when you have all this awesome German to use would you sing in French. I just don’t get it. Why!

Austria had the most interesting national selection. There were ten songs that competed in “Wer singt für Österreich?”, the show to determine who would go to Eurovision. The show had a Jury element and a public televote. This song finished equal 4th with the jury but first with the public. When the totals were put together, ZOË finished equal second with Bella Wagner. For reasons that I do not understand Bella was considered to have come third. The top two songs by ZOË and Elly V (who came first with the jury, second with the public and first overall in the final) went to a super-final play off which ZOË won. I don’t think either of the other performances were better overall, but I don’t agree that the superfinal was the best way to determine the winner in this scenario.

This song is a fair way back with the bookies. Controversy in the national selections often has a slight impact on the final results and so this song really doesn’t hav a chance. Even if it makes the final, it will just be making the numbers.

You know it doesn’t have to be German German. It can be a dialect like Viennese German like in 1971

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Previous Entries: 12
Wins: 1 2004 Ruslana – Wild Dancers
First Entry 2003 Oleksandr Ponomariov - Hasta la Vista
Most Recent Entry 2014 Mariya Yaremchuk – Tick-Tock
National Anthem: Ще не вмерли України ні слава ні воля


Jamala – 1944

There is no politics in Eurovision. There is no politics… aw FFS how did this get through. This will be booed at Eurovision for being political but at last it will get 12 points from Georgia.

This song was border-line being banned from Eurovision; however it was deemed not to contain any political statements. In 2005 when Ukraine hosted Eurovision the song had to be amended for being overtly political and in 2007 Verka Serduchka was warned about a line in “Dancing Lasha Tumbai" that sounded suspiciously like "Russia Goodbye" . Yes, Ukraine, we get it, you do not like Russia. Eurovision is not the place to advertise that.

This song is currently top ten with the book makers. Ukraine’s Nemesis is still #1 and if Russia wins like predicted, the Ukraine will have to go into the den of the bear next year… or withdraw

Hasta la vista to the days when less political songs would be sent to Eurovision by the Ukraine. I still remember 2003.

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Czech Republic (Czechia)
Previous Entries 4
Wins: 0
First Entry: 2007 Kabát - Malá dáma
Most Recent Entry: 2015 Marta Jandová & Václav Noid Bárta - Hope Never Dies
National Anthem: Kde domov můj


Gabriela Gunčíková - I Stand

This is dependence as a pop song. We have a generation that demands to be treated like individuals but they don’t see themselves as a person until they are no longer an individual. The Oxymoron of millennials.

Gabriela is another ‘talent’ show loser but at least she appears to be able to sing. What surprises me about this very middle of the road song is that it is in the top 15 with the bookmakers. Is it really that good or is it that this year that bad?

This video clip could be a shampoo commercial or a try hard Gotye clip. I don’t get the dark haired girl at the start and end of the clip and I don’t really care. I don’t care for the clip or the song. Bye bye Czechia.

The Czech Republic has never made it to the grand final. Maybe with a name change to Czechia and a more commercial song they can do better than 2009

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Previous Entries: 8* (as an independent country)
Wins: 1 2007 Marija Šerifović - Molitva (Молитва)
First Entry 2007 Marija Šerifović - Molitva (Молитва)
Most recent entry 2015 Bojana Stamenov - Beauty Never Lies
National Anthem: Боже правде


ZAA Sanja Vučić - Goodbye (Shelter)

This clip this this is disturbing because it seems Sanja sung a slower version in the clip and then it was sped up to match the tempo of the song in its current form. The performance looks disjointed but despite this poor presentation, the song is top ten with the bookies.

Sanja Vučić (not to be confused with Aleksandar Vučić) studies linguistics and can speak a heap of languages; I would like to see your average American pop starlet that does that. The only thing Sanja has in common with those those starlets is that she is performing a standard pop ballad. Ok, it has a bit of ethnopop in it and I think it will show up well when performed live. This could come up and take the crown though I am not sure she has the voice to carry it off. Bad vocals never prevented anyone from winning though…

I don’t think this song is special but then I rarely like the winners. My favourite Serbian song in Eurovision was Čaroban and this year’s song is not nearly as fun as that was. This year will be a ballad year though, I am sure of it…. But then I have been wrong about Eurovision before… almost every year.

After winning with a song sung in Serbian, Serbia continued with their language until 2013. I am not sure why they stopped. It was the song that was terrible in 2013…

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San Marino
Previous Entries: 6
Wins: 0
First Entry: 2008 Miodio – Complice
Most recent entry: 2016 Michele Perniola & Anita Simoncini – Chain of Lights
National Anthem: Inno Nazionale


Serhat - I Didn't Know

This song is made up of all the slimy sleazy lines that you would expect from a 40+ year old man trying to hit onto a drunk 20 year old in nastiest nightclub you could imagine. Serhat is 51, so he has the old man in the nightclub happening. The flirtations of the backing dancers in the promo clip is barf-worthy.

Serhat is what San Marino gets from Turkey when it cannot afford the Italian genius Giorgio Moroder. I have not heard anything like this since maybe the early 90’s and it should have been kept that way. The bookies do not rate this and I really fear watching the performance.

There is one plus and that is the name Serhat. Every time I hear it I think Sir Hat. It sounds like a kids show character or something. Pity he doesn’t look like a kids show character.

This will not qualify for the grand final, there is not even a Maybe about that. San Marino will have to wait another year before they can reach the dizzy heights of 2014

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Previous Entries: 16
Wins 0
First Entry: 1994 Ovidijus Vyšniauskas - Lopšinė mylimai
Most Recent entry: 2015 Monika Linkytė & Vaidas Baumila – This Time
National Anthem: Tautiška giesmė


Donny Montell - I've Been Waiting For This Night

It is a nice little pop song about a guy getting his cherry popped that is sung by a 28 year old. At first I thought the girl I the clip was a hooker. She probably is and the club scene is there to hide the fact that he had to pay. At least she would have taught him well.

What I am looking forward to with this song is the dance moves Donny gave us in 2012. More dodgy dance and more one hand cartwheels. You cannot get enough of that in Eurovision. Talent and originality would be nice, but circus tricks will do at a pinch.

This song is in the bottom half with the bookmakers, but Donny also started in the bottom 15 in 2015 and still got to the final and finished 18th, and considering this song is a lot better than that was, I think this will get through, just…

The only thing Donny has is he is a pretty young boy. Much prettier than Lithuania’s first entry in 1994


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