The Grand Final is shaping up to be real corker of a show, chuck full of favorites in the first half, and come to think of it, the second half as well. Moreover, the national broadcaster here has been considerate enough to add a number of technical glitches and f*ck-ups which of course adds to the excitement.
Tonight is a big night where the jury will cast their votes, Italy will most likely once again do something to ruin their chances of winning, and we are of course in the Press Center to report about it. Buckle up!
We got 8 right from the first semi final which was better than most and we didn’t even try to make a prediction. We must be Eurovision experts. Tonight’s semi final wil be carnage, we kid you not, GoT has nothing on Eurovision. These are the entries we would like to see in Saturday’s Grand Final:
So we just finished one semi final and then it turns out there’s another one? This Eurovision thing truly is the gift that keeps on giving. As usual the jury final later tonight interrupts our party schedule so we watched the first dress rehearsal of the second final and this is our verdict.
Poor Greece, they have had a rough few years lately and when they even started to suck in Eurovision, we can easily imagine it could be something that pipped the whole country into a collective depression.
Our departure for Tel Aviv is rapidly approaching and it’s time for us to wrap up the review season and start packing our finest feathers and sequins. This is right around the time when we enter our list making modus, of things we need to get done at work, things to pack, what restaurants to book in TLV, the hottest guys in ESC, etc. ect. We soon have to make a list of which lists we have to make! So, here’s a list of things we find absolutely brilliant about San Marino this year:
We’ve reached the entry in this year’s competition it’s impossible to agree on. Is Australia totally, utter crap or is it in fact a masterpiece of epic proportions? So after weeks of shouty rows over Facebook chat without reaching any sort of agreement, here’s the split vote for you from the Good Evening Europe HQ. You can figure out yourselves which is the jury vote and which is the public vote.