Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by allezfred, May 22, 2012.
Eurovision.tv live stream
Irish TV live stream
My, wish Ireland was opening the event. They are lively and can sing.
Booo, Russia 1 started with the horrible sound quality. What's with the sound on Eurovision website and Irish stream? Shall I switch?
Azerbaijan has never seen so many gay people in one place.
This small talk is always so funny. Not.
Hosts aren't too shouty so far. Me like.
Montenegro starts and then the sound of millions of people across Europe switching channels.
Did I miss it or did she miss Spain out of the big 5?
Gah, I can't believe we start with this crap. It's sure to scare away any potential fans that just tuned in for the first time.
Is that a wooden version of the donkey?
Looks like a Trojan horse ...
My, what is going on in Baku? What on Earth was this?
His greasy hair ewwwww ewwwwwwwww ewwwwwwwww.
This wasn't my semi so extra
Russian commentators called it Balkan Trash
I think I know this Icelandic song by heart by now - it's probably the one I kept listening to the most during both FSU semi 1 AND final.
I quite like it.
And now Iceland kicks off the real Eurovision. Montenegro was just some weird intro.
No, I still think that the Icelandic video added a lot to the song. I don't feel the same seeing them live, while I just loved the video.
I missed the donkey :
So here goes the supermarket song
Mr miffy and I have bet on them winning the semi and final - perhaps foolishly seeing how Sweden are favoured to win.
I hope Greece has brought her slutty dancing shoes!
Not big anymore
This was up way too early - hope it gets a better spot in the final, barring an unpleasant surprise.
Still like it but I doubt I'll be picking the winner this time last like year...
I bet it is the only song played in that supermarket now
Greece is suitably slutty!
Is she trampling over smb? I can't see it on TV
Can the Greek girl not sing, seeing as they have a second girl singing every single word with her? Totally ruins it!
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