There’s something distinctively folie de gran about Ukraine this year, and somehow they manage to get away with it.
Betcha the Swedish head of delegation has had a nice and quiet weekend with this guy:
Georgia has a lot to offer. This one is For You:
It’s time to X Azerbaijan off our list.
Every year needs a perfect pop song in Eurovision. We heartfully thank Sir Thomas G:Son for making that happen:
If we were to use an automatic hitgenerator for Eurovision (other than the familiar one from IKEA country), we figure this is what it would make:
She’s certainly not our toy. But can this lady really take a trophy back to Tel Aviv?
Her name is Sennek. Only Sennek. And she is stirred, not shaken:
Those Greek national finals sound kinda fun. A few years back they hosted one in a shopping mall, with escalators serving as a stage backdrop, which tells us the Greek must have been pretty low on cash, which is hardly a surprise, but still impressively solution oriented. This year however, they didn’t even get around to organizing a national final before ALL ENTRIES but one ended up being disqualified. Including two entries being disqualified for not sounding Greek enough. A couple of others were kicked out when they failed to cough up the dosh needed to participate in the international final, and TA-DA, Yianna Terzi won on walkover. We can only conclude she must be very GREEK and very RICH, so good to have that all sorted.