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Hi all,
um i was wondering since last saturday was the grand final of Eurovision song contest for 22,
and i don't see a thread on this topic,

so, here it is (for those interested iin eurovison stuff:

Q) If you watched/saw the eurovsion contest on saturdy, what was your Favorite Song from it?

Mine where a couple (more than one):

1) Give that Wolf a bannana (Sub Wolffer) Norway:



2) Stefania Ukrane:



3) Die together Amanda Geogriadis (Grecce):



4) Spaceman Sam rider (UK):



5) Hold me closer Sweden:




not great, but very funny meme:

1) Construta (Serbia):



lol, serbia's song was funny for the memes,
ukrane's was great no more needed, and good thing it came out first for reasons non music related, but the song is also great too.

sam rider's song took the uk from 0 -> hero states in eurovison, haha. lol it seems that jeusus did his magic on the uk and they suddenly went to 2nd place, nealry 1st :) .
they need it tho, after all those years on getting 0 place at eurovisons pre 2022.

the subwolf's song was really funny and it reminded me of power rangers. haha
 

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Agree with most of them, Norway was fun, Serbia was interesting, Ukraine is a really catchy song (I love the folk elements). I didn't care much for England's song, I was really surprised to see it do so well.

My favourite was Portugal. Music theory is something strange and scary to me, so I don't know how to explain this in technical terms. The song is a bit off but on purpose, in the solo vocal parts. So that's interesting. Also I'm a sucker for harmony.

 

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