Iceland 2012, is among the favorites to take home the Eurovision trophy, in my opinion they deserve. After Yohanna, Iceland has achieved low results in the semifinal, but how it looks like, this year that is going to change. The performance was cold, dark, was serious was not as happy and colorful as Zaleilah or Aphrodisiac. The fact that the performance is like that goes well to the song, because according to Gréta Salomé who wrote and composed the song, this song talks about how much you can miss a person but in a tragic way, On conclusion, one of the best performances this year
Can’t wait to see them on Saturday!
This song is happy and cheerful, when Eleftheria was on stage a sang along, I like it very much, but about the performance there is one BIG detail, the choreography, I don’t mind if all the dancers make the same steps, but in this case it looks like they have a heart strike! Eleftheria can do better, the choreography could be better. But I’m satisfied they made it 🙂
This song is probably the most depressive song at the contest, but I must admit that I’m in love with Rona and her song, Rona is such a nice person, she is thankful, she’s real, she has showed us that you don’t need to look stunning at the stage just for winning votes, she was creative and used a weird (but good looking) dress, instead of a Coco Channel gown. I am really happy to see her on Saturday!
Also the performance is amazing, really hypnotizing and the fact that Rona is alone on stage makes it better and better, also another important thing that I must say, is that not only songs like Aphrodisiac, Waterline or Zaleilah made it to the final, which is really good, it gives more class to the festival and it shows that there are also songs with good quality (I’m not saying that the other aren’t good)
Well, as I’m Latin I must say that I’m glad that my culture is present at the Eurovision somehow, When I first heard the song I don’t know why, but I felt happier. The performance is colorful, happy and makes you dance, more than expected and it goes with the song, actually most performances match with the songs to be honest, but anyway, when Leyla said that Romania qualified I felt relaxed because I like the song. Looking forward to top 10!
This was too obvious and I’m really glad to see Cyprus back in the final, because they have achieved poor results lately, About the performance it is what I expected, it’s funny, it’s cheerful, colorful etc… Also I like the choreography during the chorus, I don’t know it’s cute. Somehow I’m a bit afraid that this song may achieve a poor result on Saturday, as Kati Wolf, or Getter did.
Well, Soluna was born in Guatemala, one neighboring country, I’ve been there, It has such a wild beauty, but well let’s get back to Eurovision, I was expecting Soluna to miss the final, not because it’s a bad song but because I read some negative comments with good arguments so I was nervous before Leyla named Denmark, so when she said ‘DENMAAARK!’ I felt more relaxed for Soluna, and about the performance on stage it’s entertaining and cheerful, I really liked it! Good luck neighbor 🙂
I fell in love with the tiny granny, for real, she is so cute, I would invite her to be my third grandmother, anyway the performance was a blast, everyone was standing up, dancing, waving their flags, cheering, if there were more people on Crystal Hall, the could have blown Crystal Hall apart. When I see the final with my family they will be amazed with them! Good Luck!
When Leyla announced Russia as a qualifier I was happy but I was like ‘surprise, surprise’.
I thought they would stay in the semifinals because of several reasons, but the first thing I noted was the improvement of Csaba’s vocals, they are WAY better than in ‘A Dal’. Also I liked the performance, and the background shown in the LED screens. What I like the most of this song is the message it has, and that Europe understood it and voted for it. I’m really glad to see Hungary in the final for two years in a row, but I still like What About My Dreams? better.
When Leyla said: MOLDOVAA! I was like: What? Seriously? But I must admit that the performance is really cheerful, happy and inviting, on Saturday I expect that Moldova ends up between 12th place and 21st, a good song, but not that good it has some details. But well, I like to see Moldova on the finals.
PERSONALLY I don’t like Jedward, they are kind of annoying, but I admit that while they were singing the chorus I was singing along and that I liked the water fountain 🙂 Good Luck in the final!
I’m only happy that Ireland qualified just because it’s Ireland 😉
Tell us, What do you think about yesterday’s Qualifiers?