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Eurovision: Australia Decides 2020

Discussion in 'Eurovision' started by ItTakesAMuscle, May 20, 2019.

  1. Montaigne is a great artist and she does deserve the opportunity.

    Poor Vanessa coming third
     
  2. Montaigne seems like the type of smug artist who after competing in Eurovision will trash it.
    A fucking clown won!?!?

    Glad Jaguar polled well.
    Exciting that Dami will be back... but it will be another Vanessa situation if she dosent step her pussy up and give us a bop.
     
  3. The tea is that Montaigne is modern Australian pop and I can live with the juries handing her the win. Especially as the public preferred Casey - yikes!
     
  4. It’s interesting that “Don’t break me” is the 4th song by DNA to make Eurovision... the only other ones that were not by them were Guy Sebastian and Kate.
     
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  5. 2021 wish list.
    Paulini in diva mode.
    That is all.
     
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  6. A&E

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    What even is this take. No idea where you got that from because she seemed lovely and down to earth??
     
  7. I WANT THE LAST FEW HOURS OF MY LIFE BACK. A blue headed clown, with a god awful song won it tonight. I even said, “I bet her weird quirky crap on stage will win it”.

    Well there goes Australia getting kicked out before we started.

    Vanessa should’ve won it.
     
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  8. I think y’all need to simmer down and I was Vanessa’s strongest supporter.
     
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  10. Don't Break Me is a good enough song and sounds fine listening on Spotify.

    But the performance just didn't translate, the vocals were weak and she looked daft.

    With a big overhaul of the staging it could do better but if it looks like this on the Eurovision stage I could see it being Australia's first non-qualified.
     
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  11. A&E

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    Even Isaiah qualified so I don't see why this one wouldn't. I agree that the staging needs some work, as well as the verse vocals, but they've got a few months to work on it so I'm hopeful.
     
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  13. Y’all should be thanking the juries for saving us from Casey Donovan winning the public vote. That would have been like sending Jane McDonald.
     
  14. Have many artists competed twice on Eurovision before?
     
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    Not including appearances in Junior Eurovision...

    Alexander Rybak - 2010 and 2018
    Anita Traversi - 1960 and 1964
    Anna-Marie David - 1973 and 1979
    Bob Benny - 1959 and 1961
    Camilo Felgen - 1960 and 1962
    Carola Häggkvist - 1983, 1991 and 2006
    Charlotte Perrelli - 1999 and 2006
    Conchita Bautista - 1961 and 1965
    Corry Brokken - 1956, 1957 and 1958
    Dana International - 1998 and 2011
    Dima Bilan - 2006 and 2008
    Domenico Modugno - 1958, 1959 and 1966
    Elitsa & Stovan - 2007 and 2013
    Fud Leclerc - 1956, 1958, 1960 and 1962
    Gigliola Cinquetti - 1964 and 1974
    Greta Salóme - 2012 and 2016
    Helena Paparizou - 2001 and 2005
    Isabelle Aubret - 1962 and 1968
    Izhar Cohen - 1978 and 1985
    Jean Philippe - 1959 and 1962
    Jean-Claude Pascal - 1961 and 1981
    Jedward - 2011 and 2012
    Joci Pápai - 2017 and 2019
    Johnny Logan - 1980 and 1987
    Jónsi - 2004 and 2012
    Koit Toome - 1998 and 2017
    Laura Põldvere - 2005 and 2017
    Lena Meyer-Landrut - 2010 and 2011
    Linda Martin - 1984 and 1992
    Lys Assia - 1956, 1957 and 1958
    Marion Rung - 1962 and 1973
    Nevena Božović - 2013 and 2019
    Niamh Kavanagh - 1993 and 2010
    Nora Brockstedt - 1960 and 1961
    Omar Naber - 2005 and 2017
    Poli Genova - 2011 and 2016
    Ronnie Carroll - 1962 and 1963
    Sergey Lazarev - 2016 and 2019
    Serhat - 2016 and 2019
    Siw Malmkvist - 1960 and 1969
    SunStroke Project - 2010 and 2017
    Tamara Todevska - 2008 and 2019
    Udo Jürgens - 1964, 1965 and 1966
    Valentina Monetta - 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2017
    Vice Vukov - 1963 and 1965
    Vicky Leandros - 1967 and 1972
    Waylon - 2014 and 2018
    Željko Joksimović - 2004 and 2012

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  16. Chill y'all. Everyone hated Kate and her staging after she won last year and we remember how that turned out.

    And fuck yeah for our first Australian out queer artist on the Eurovision stage!
     
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  18. I hate the staging, but yeah Kate improved hers.
     
  19. Anna Vissi - 1980, 1982 and 2006
    Carlos Mendes - 1968 and 1972
    Cliff Richard - 1968 and 1983
    Constantinos Christoforou - 1996, 2002 and 2005
    Darja Svajger - 1995 and 1999
    Dora - 1986 and 1988
    Guy Bonnet - 1970 and 1983
    Ireen Sheer - 1974, 1978 and 1985
    Katja Ebstein - 1970, 1971 and 1980
    Kristi Sparboe - 1965, 1967 and 1968
    Maarja-Liis Ilus - 1996 and 1997
    Marianna Eftsathiou - 1989 and 1996
    Michèle Torr - 1966 and 1977
    Rafael - 1966 and 1967
    Romuald - 1964, 1969 and 1974
    Sakis Rouvas - 2004 and 2009
    Serafín Zubiri - 1992 and 2000
    Simone de Oliveira - 1965 and 1969
    Tony Wegas - 1992 and 1993
     
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