The failure that amounted to a cold shower for the Public TV of Armenia, the organisers of the Eurovision Song Contest. They can no longer rely on Diaspora voting. They must rely on quality, even if Eurovision-like. It’s as simple as that.
I warned you. I sincerely did.
Read my latest comments I made before today’s semi-final so that nothing could influence what I had to say...
(AM) Միշտ ասել եմ: Մենակ մեռնելուս օրը չգիտեմ: Ու տենց... (Նորայրի ականջը կանչի)
via @onewmphoto: Obviously Armenia needs to hire @unzippedblog for its next Eurovision attempt... #ESC2011I am glad that my favourites from the 1st semi - Georgia, Lithuania and Greece - all progressed to the final.
Georgia stood out in Eurovision context and may be beyond. Even my sexual orientation was questioned for a moment or two. A friend of mine commented on Facebook re my liking of Georgian entry: “and really, Mika, one would never know you were gay”. [*smile* and *like*]
Respects to Lithuania. Not only they were good vocally, but the use of sign language... RESPECTS.
And Greece... except from that rapping part, it was hot. Seriously.