But they have completely different voices and it seems that Laura is going after a "touching ballad". I expect something like the Czech entry 2017 tbh.Frederic wrote:Same here! She does kinda look like a Blanche copy.
That should be Eurovision rule. This has no sense anymore.Frederic wrote:Slovenia will apparently introduce a Slovenian-only rule for their national final next year. Woo!
Yes! Hungary finally confirmed its participation ♡Colbie wrote:^ Great news!
Also hope Hungary will be next! They have send some realy good entries the last years!
I hope you are right. That would be a very interesting addition to the contest.SholasBoy wrote:I have a feeling Kazakhstan will make its debut next year!
I am glad we agree on this and you are right, German people used to complain about Eurovision a lot and in the end we ended uo being Top 10 three consecutive times including a victory in the last 8 years.flopho wrote:couldn't agree more with you, i can't at them thinking it's about their size when they come up with Siegel and stuff like Chain of Lights
this whole "ugh we always do bad cause they don't like us mimimi" thing is so tiring, Germans said the same and then Lena happened.
Actually, it dependa on the year. In 2015, we got the final version of the Dutch entry in October... but usually, the first entries are about to be selected in December/January. Albania is usually the first but they record the final version quite late and sometimes even change the arrangement, melody, language or thr whole track. Malta did the dame in 2016... So I'd say that we will start to get to know the final entried from January to March while we will get the first "demo"/unrevamped versions in December.RayRay wrote:From which date will we hear the first new songs?
http://esctoday.com/151444/fyr-macedoni ... icipation/As a result of non-payment of debt, FYROM’s public service broadcaster Macedonian Radio Television (MRT) currently does not have access to the EBU’s Member services, including the Eurovision News and Sports News Exchanges, the right to broadcast specific sporting events, legal, technical and research expertise and lobbying services. MRT will also not participate in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest as things stand but will continue to take part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in November.
I agree. I still feel sad for Ovi. I mean, he won the right to represent his country in Eurovision and was just about to fly in for the rehearsals. It still feels unfair.Colbie wrote:^ They shouldve done it like this in 2016 with Romania. Not just 2/3 weeks before the contest. Glad they learned from it!