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Song Review – Buranovskiye Babushki – Party For Everybody (Russia)

Well it may be a party for everyone, but it certainly aint for us. The song is performed very badly, but because it’s old people that seems to make it all OK……. Well it’s not! This is the Eurovision Song Contest not a pensioners Christmas party.

The performance lacks so many things and appears just wrong on so many levels. These kind of novelty songs tend to always get a good public following so expect to see more folks! If the bookmakers are anything to go by, they think this song will end up top 3…..hmmmmm we don’t. This song is almost an insult to previous Russian entrants over the years, some have been good!

We hope this don;t make the final, but the public could well be voting for it! Someone save us!. 

San Marino Song Presentation

SMTV San Marino the national broadcaster will air a special show tonight to preview their Eurovision Song Entry.

They will air a special show tonight including an interview with Valentina Monetta who will represent San Marino at this years semi finals in Baku.

A webcast will be availibale on the SMTV website.

Filipa Sousa To Represent Portugal

Portugal held It’s grand final last night, we saw 12 acts battle it out for the right to represent their country.

The show was buzzing with musical delight, including a tribute to some of the countries previous Eurovision songs.

Voting got underway and it soon became clear that Filipa Sousa (song 12) was the favourite choice with both the juries and the Portuguese public.

So Filipa Sousa will off to the Semi Final of the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest.

Serbia Reveals Song

Serbia have finally revealed their Eurovision entry, the song Nije Ljubav Stvar was revealed during a special tv show called The European Song.

Željko Joksimović is no stranger to Eurovision, he has been involved throughout the 2000’s, even finishing in second place in 2004.

You can listen to both the English and Serbian versions of the song below. Which version they will be sending to Baku in May will be annouced next week.

English Version
Serbian Version
Which version do you prefer?