I don't know when this voting procedure appeared, probably in the time when I wasn't watching Eurovision, but what I expected was probably the second column on screen where the public votes would appear all at once, then the countries would be rearranged and voila. What they did was extremely boring and unnecessary.You enjoyed the results
The actual voting took up a lot of time. More than usual, it seemed - or maybe that's just because the second half of the interval was so meh.
That too, but there is nothing more I enjoy than a good Eurovision voting sequence. Last night was one of the better ones, although I do think someone in the delegations should have a calculator because by the time it came to give Macedonia and Sweden their televote points it was mathematically impossible for either to win.You enjoyed the results
The televoting window was really long. I remember in previous years it was 15 minutes.The actual voting took up a lot of time. More than usual, it seemed - or maybe that's just because the second half of the interval was so meh.
2016 in Stockholm. It was to make things more exciting and keep suspense right until the end.I don't know when this voting procedure appeared
I'd take him to get his hearing checked.Mr FFA was impressed with Madonna's performance
That's what I meant by voting. The announcement of the votes always feels longer than an OES step sequence, but there's no reason for the voting to be open for so long.The televoting window was really long. I remember in previous years it was 15 minutes.
Happened in 2016 as well with Ukraine.So the Netherlands didn't win any individual "segment" - neither the televote, nor the jury vote, in either the semi or final, but won both overall.
Clap. Clap.And Italy. Which I can't remember at all.