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Eurovision Song Contest 2016 - Review of 2nd Semi-Final - Part 3

Welcome to our 5th Eurovision Song Contest season and podcast 58!
We conclude our review of entries of the 2nd semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest, with the last 6 songs of this semi-final:
 
Denmark - Lighthouse X - Soldiers of Love
Ukraine - Jamala - 1944
Norway - Agnete - Icebreaker
Georgia - Nika Kocharov & Young Georgian Lolitaz - Midnight Gold
Albania - Eneda Tarifa - Fairytale
Belgium - Laura Tesoro - What's the Pressure
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Eurovision Song Contest 2016 - Review of 2nd Semi-Final - Part 3

Reader Comments (2)

Bulgaria is a ballad??

April 28, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterDavid Robichaud

Denmark. Oh dear, they managed to make me hear the lyrics. 3/5

Ukraine is interesting, but too dark and not catchy enough. 4/5

Norway is pleasant, but somewhat too soporific. I like the M83 influence. 3/5

Georgia may have turned up at the wrong competition. 2/5

Albania would be better with more orchestra. The uh oh is terrible rather than interesting to me. 1/5

Belgium is really fun, but also possibly out of place. 3/5

No predictions yet for the final today? Maybe later I guess. My picks are:

1. Russia
2. Australia
3. France
4. Ukraine
5. Sweden
6. Armenia
7. Netherlands
8. Bulgaria
9. Belgium
10. Latvia

May 14, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterJulian

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