Sunday, May 19, 2013

Oops...

...as true very tired and exhausted parents me and Johan passed out in the couch in the middle of the Eurovision song contest last night... I woke up after some hour and just saw that Denmark won;=)

Congratulations DENMARK!!!1 Super good song and a super good singer:=)


10 comments:

Cleo said...

I'm happy the Danish girl was very good! But I am also disapointed that no one gave points to France! Amandine Bourgeois was good! Votes are not very honest: Scandinavian countries vote for each other and everybody vote for the neighbour country... I think the rules for the points should be different..

Micha said...

I didn´t watch it but I listened to the song. I don´t like it. Nothing special..

And I am ashamed of Germany...again. every year we send such stupid artists that make music that sound exactly like all the others. This year Cascade sounds like Loreen´s Euphoria...
It really surprised me that we won 2 years ago

Martin said...

I knew Denmark would win as soon as I heard the song. So is there any chance of us seeing Anette Olzon on Eurovision some time in the future?

Kaoru Himura-Takarai said...

I'm shocked that both Finland and the UK got so bad positions! But the Denmark song was honestly beautiful and so was the lady who sang it.
By the way, did you notice YOHIO greeting Petra in Japanese? xD You've got a troll there.

Dalma Tálas said...

Although I have to admit that this girl was quite good, I don’t think the song itself deserved to win. On the one hand it sounds too familiar to me and on the other hand it doesn’t stand out from the crowd as much as a winner should. I really don’t mean to be rude it’s just my very honest opinion. As for the country, I knew from the beginning that Denmark would win and I’m very happy for them. =)

And don’t be sad, Greece. You’re the absolute winner to me and I’ve been listening to your song since I first heard it. And Azerbaijan who got the 12 points from us would have also deserved to win…

How can someone fall asleep while watching this? :D Anyway, I was so surprised and of course happy when I saw that we were the 10th. Wow, I’ve never ever thought that Hungary could get so far. I almost fell off my chair when I saw Germany giving 12 points to us. And Finland, our dear brother, we never have to be disappointed by you. Thank you all. =)

So wow again, our ByeAlex is my new hero now. :D I know he didn’t sing so well but it was his very own song; both the melody and the lyrics were made by him. As I checked it out I saw that very few singers went with their own songs thus it’s even a bigger glory to us. And another good thing is that we could sing in our language. Only Greece’s song was not in English before us. So maybe Europe loved the sound of the Hungarian language and that’s why we got that good place. =)

Actually, I’d like to see a contest in which countries are not allowed to vote for their neighboring countries. :D

Oh, and I loved that song about Sweden and the Swedish people. Funny... =)

Kisses from Hungary,
Dalma♥

Nightwishfanclub georgia said...

Anette, What about Georgian duet sofi& Nodi?

Debs Nisbit said...

i don't usually pay attention to eurovision but i'm glad i did this year. loved Romania and Greece, simply cause they were fun performances! proud that the Netherlands did so well. we (uk) did better than recent years thanks to Bonnie. i'm sat listening to her Rock and Honey album. best part had to be the Swedish smorgasbord.

Svanhildr said...

I think that Sweden put up a nice show this year. Too bad that most of the songs were a bit average, and sometimes quite cheesy as well. Denmark surely deserved to win, it was my favourite entry together with Norwegian and Greek ones :)

I also enjoyed the show they organized for the intervals, although here in Italy they cut most part of it.

I don't know Abba that much, but at some point a nice version of The winner takes it all was performed, and I suddenly thought that it would sound so nice sung by you that way. Have you ever performed or practiced that song?

Take care and have a nice evening :)

Tom said...

Congratulations Denmark! :-)

Though I'm left wondering, if it's the first time throughout the history of eurovision, that two Scandivanian countries have won two years in a row?

I'm going to act like Nostrodamus here and say that next year Norway or Finland will be victourious! :-)

Taaja said...

My favorite was song from Norway.. I didn't like this winning one much..