Archive for the ‘Eurovision Song Contest Reviews’ Category

Is it too late for love? Better love! Fire of love! Love is forever!
Who said hate will prevail? Eurovision 2019 was clearly here to prove the contrary. (more…)

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Rest assured, that title does not function as a slogan for my feelings towards this year’s final. It’s simply a manifestation of pure self awareness. It’s the least I could do after having doubted or even ignored the eventual top three. My crystal ball was clearly on holiday. I can already hear septa Unella and her bell behind me. Shame. Shame. Shame!

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Due to extreme outdoors activities yesterday I totally missed my ‘the day after’ appointment for Semi 2 – let’s make up for that by giving a quick look back and a quick look forward in one go. Cause this is our night, we’ll fly to the top baby – oh sorry, wrong Greek crowd pleaser! (more…)

Funny how those weeks between the last entry being chosen and Eurovision itself seem to last forever. Tossing and turning,  looking at every entry from every angle… Until that first semi somehow manages to overturn almost everything we were nearly sure about, cause as always reality trumps fiction (pun may or may not be intended). And also: ah yeah yeah, FUEGO. (more…)

 

Maybe it’s my inner Harry Potter geek coming out, but more likely it’s my emotional soul speaking up. The 2017 edition of our beloved Contest proved to me that magic does indeed exist.

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Come together, all flags allowed, interval act by refugees – world peace was the order of the day on the 14th of May! Well, that interval act was technically not on the 14th, but you catch my drift. Love and peace all around – until the winner was announced of course. Let’s dive right in, let the Eurovision 2016 review begin!

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In a reversal of fortune, after last year’s raving comments post-ESC, this year’s Diamond Edition (60 years, y’all!!) seemed to have left everyone (read: the fan community) rather disappointed slash underwhelmed. Mainly due to the show apparently, and less because of the songs. Question marks are floating their way above my head, as I wonder how this came to be – did I see another show? Let’s find out!

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