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Eurovision Song Contest 2022

Discussion in 'Eurovision' started by Jamie, May 23, 2021.

  1. Yeah, it’s a… choice.

    Borderline QF at best(?) for the motherland.
     
  2. Hm, That does not sound too good?
     
  3. It's another boring, dated, cheesy and tired mid-tempo with watered down gospel elements.
     
  4. Not Dotter‘s boyfriend co-writing this. So it‘s def some kind of reject.
     
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  5. Funny how so many of you seem to be in New Zealand…
     
  6. It's 2022 babe. You could be there in minutes with TunnelBear too!
     
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  8. This.....was not worth the change.

    Is she always so bland?
     


  9. I think this has lovely staging and is so peaceful. No idea if this will stand out.



    I actually think this is really god but they have to elevate the staging. I kinda like it this way too but I think you could make much better staging.
     
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  10. The Barbara Dex award will no longer be awarded. North Macedonia, Portugal and Serbia will thus forever stand as the top countries, with two wins each.
     
  11. Have they said why?
     
  12. Malta digging around in Sweden’s bargain bin is so funny to me
     
  13. I don’t get why Warner Italia decided to play it so safe with Emma. Her solo stuff (pre-Eurovision/MESC) is far much more superior.
     
  14. [​IMG]
     
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  15. Cyprus' song is amazing. Not to be that guy, but the Spotify playlist for this year is so damn underwhelming.
     


  16. The revamp is worse than the original version.
     
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  17. At least we can say Dotter went to Eurovision with her being on backing vocals.
     
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  18. Yeesss it's such a grower. Whew!
     
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