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Depi Evratesil: Judges Choose Week 2

July 29, 2016 0

Depi Evratesil continued its judges’ team draft as nine of 28 remaining contestants performed. Have we seen Armenia’s future Eurovision representative on stage? Previously on Depi Evratesil: we finally get some stakes to this competition as the first batch of finalists perform for a spot on a team with one of the six judges. Aram mp3 picked up Lucy and Sero Gevorgyan, filling up half of his squad. Inga Arshakyan picked up potential frontrunner Syuzanna Melqonyan while Essai Altounian snagged Opera Viva. Iveta Mukuchyan recruited Christina Mangasaryan as Hayko took a risk with Egine. Anush Arshakyan is still looking for her first team member. Here’s how things shook out in week two of round two of Depi Evratesil: Team Iveta Mukuchyan The first audition of the episode came from Vahe Aleksanyan, who auditioned in the first round with Beyonce’s “Listen” and “Rise Like a Phoenix” by Conchita Wurst. Vahe went back to the Eurovision well, opting for “Tonight Again” by Australia’s Guy Sebastian. Of the three songs he’s done so far, this one seemed to match Vahe’s vibe the best. However, unless the song has gone through a significant rewrite I wasn’t aware of, a lot of the words were wrong. He didn’t let it phase him, […]

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5 Awesome Things from the Nashville Series Finale

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The Exes and Autumn continue their tour following a two week break. Scarlett frets about reuniting with Gunnar, knowing she must declare her true feelings for him.1 He greets her backstage, saying he has something to discuss. Before he can say anything, she says she’s in love with him. Autumn waltzes in that very second and says, “Oh good, you’ve talked,” drapes her arm around Gunnar and says to Scarlett, “I really hope this isn’t gonna make things weird at all around here.” OOF. Rayna, Deacon and Daphne are in New York City for that fundraiser thingie in honor of [Read more…]

#tbt: Ukraine hosts Eurovision in 2005

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As Ukraine gets ready to host Eurovision Song Contest for the second time, let’s look back at how the first go-round went. Entry Background Song Title: “Razom nas bahato” (Together we are many) Artist: GreenJolly Grand Final: This song finished in 19th place, which is Ukraine’s worst finish to date. Last year’s entry: “Wild Dances” – Ruslana (Winner!) Technically speaking, “Razom nas bahato” by the hip hop band GreenJolly is Ukraine’s worst Eurovision entry to date. The song finished tied for 19th in a field of 24 countries, finishing ahead of the Big Four countries. In other words, all the automatic qualifiers1 were at the bottom of the pile. What on Earth happened? There is a lot to dissect with this entry as to why it was not successful. First of all, there is a lengthy history of hip hop and rap not doing well at the Contest. Going as far back as 2010, there have only been a couple of songs with just elements of hip hop that have advanced to the final, let alone full-on rap songs that have qualified. Second, Eurovision is not a political contest2, and this song pushed that rule to the limit. “Razom nas bahato” was the unofficial […]

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Eurovision 2016 Entry: United Kingdom – Joe & Jake – “You’re Not Alone”

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Their chances of winning may be slim, but Joe & Jake deserve better than last place at the Eurovision Grand Final. Country: United Kingdom Song Title: “You’re Not Alone” Artist: Joe & Jake Last year’s entry: “Still In Love With You” – Electro Velvet (24th Place) In the recent history of the Eurovision song competition (and really since the instigation of a semi-final system), the Big 5 (or 6) have been consistently shunted at the bottom of the final rankings, with a few exceptions.  I’m not always sure this is fair – all of these nations send good entries, and whether it’s the result of block voting or resentment, I’d argue they deserve to place higher on a more consistent basis.  Case in point: this year’s UK entry.  Okay, so the Downton Abbey meets Rave Culture aspect of last year’s “Still in Love With You” may have done more to sell frozen potato waffles than succeed in Vienna, but I thought it was enjoyable, and more importantly, fun.  After seeing internal selection fail, the UK opened it back up to the people, who selected Joe & Jake as their representative.  Does this deserve a better ranking than last year? I don’t think this […]

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Depi Evratesil: Round 3 Part 2

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Depi Evratesil has its second half of the 2-to-1 battle rounds. Were there any surprises on who advanced to the semi-final battles? Previously on Depi Evratesil: The six teams began battling for Eurovision stardom. Two members of each team faced off in front of the professional jury for the chance to move on to the next stage of competition. Twelve acts performed, but only six survived. This week, the other half of the field will engage in their own battles. The six winners this week will meet the surviving teammates from last week for one more team battle. Here’s how things shook out in the second battle round of Depi Evratesil: Team Aram mp3: Lilit Harutyunyan vs. Jujo Lilit Harutyunyan has not been one of my favorites in this competition, but the choice to perform “Price Tag” by Jessie J may have won me over. Her vocal tone in her previous performances is not pleasant to my ears, but for some reason it works for this track. Her styling is a bit of a mixed bag: I love her hair in an updo, but the outfit she wore for the performance was not all that flattering. If the vocal tone issues are a work in progress, […]

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