Travelling to the Netherlands three or four times a year I have realised that they have an unwritten rule that lie as a duvet over the whole country. It has to do with Gerard Joling – and De Toppers – and I can’t live up to it.
Until EBU makes up their mind and move the dates for the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest fans are discussing if it really is impossible to have the two things on the same evening. The answer is a clear yes!
Every day after work I make myself comfortable in front of my computer to watch was has been going on in Moscow during the day. I have seen the videos of the first rehearsals of the 2nd semifinal and here are my impressions.
I’m very sorry to say that I will not be able to join my team-mates of EuroVisionary in Moscow for this years Eurovision Song Contest. Instead, I’ll be following the rehearsals and press conferences via Internet this year. Right now, I really wish I was there, but I guess I have to settle with the next best thing, my computer.
In this final blog, former Romanain representative, Mihai Trăistariu share his opinions of songs from Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden Switzerland, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom and Ukraine.
Today we saw nine more performances from the first semifinal. It is too early to make a good verdict on the songs, but I think I have witnessed the first major disappointment and a positive surprise today.