Every Year I wait in anticipation for the EUROTRASH song contest, a festival that for 53 years has brought us finds such as ABBA , Cliff Richard,
Celene Dion and Julio Igalasies. Take a walk down memory lane with me before we look at this years little pearlers.
Last years winner Russia. He's moves in that white satin are soooo sesssy. I actually only realised a year later his song was sung in English, not
Now the winners In 2006 were a particular favourite of mine
Chiki Chiki was actually last years finalist, and not a clip from Eurovision 87, The backupdancers falling over are incredible.
Azerbaijan 2008-davil versus angel, this 'rock opera' just made me thow up in my mouth.
Dana Internationl Israeli tranny wins
This thread may only end up including posts by me, as not many are brave enough to confess their addiction. I only watch it if it has Terry Wogan
My place is having a Eurovision party, plenty of snacks and champers, so feel free to join us. I will be 'blogging' on this thread my thoughts on
each of the country contestants and the the tragic hosts of course
This year its in Moscow this weeked, Ill post some of the finalists soon...so until then, 2 points to zazzafraz...Duex poin du Zaazzafrazz
i have a kind of hate-love towards that eurovision song contest
germany participates all the time - i am going to spare you the fruitless attempts of german contributions to the contest
it is more than embarrassing
and when it comes to points the german moderators who are translating the words of the guys on stage for the german nation *coughing coughing* always
rants or curry favor
"thanks to denmark for the 5 point"
"ah the netherlands should have given us some points"
and than the shame or relieve depending on which place among the last 10 or 5 germany got again.
as if it really means something
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