... WHAT THE HECK JUST HAPPENED?!?
I'm sorry for my outburst but I don't think Denmark deserved to win, in my opinion. Don't get me wrong, I like their previous entries but this year's entry is one of the WORST
entries that they've brought out.
I hate the staging, it's like as if they're telling us who the winner is already, even right before all of the singers and bands finished performing.
Seriously, I can't believe they have the nerve to announce the winner before all of the votes have been collected, verified and confirmed.
Arrogant and downright cheeky, much?
Judging by what I've seen on Facebook, I'm not the only one who assumes that Denmark isn't worthy of being the winner.
Furthermore, I've heard better songs that this crap such as "Believe In Me
" by Bonnie Tyler, "Glorious
" by Cascada, "Gravity
" by Zlata Ognevych, "Marry Me
" by Krista Siegfrids (I'm not that fond of the ending of the performance, though), "Only Love Survives
" by Ryan Dolan, "O mie
" by Aliona Moon (I think the only thing I like is how the dress and the colours clash with the background stage colours), "Samo shampioni
" (Само шампиони) by Elitsa Todorova and Stoyan Yankulov, "Igranka
" (Игранка) by Who See, "Ljubav je svuda
" (Љубав је свуда) by Moje 3, "Solayoh
" by Alyona Lanskaya, "Straight Into Love
" by Hannah and "I Feed You My Love
" by Margaret Berger.
As for "It's My Life
" by Cezar... uh... I really don't know what to make of it.
Pretty much, I was speechless and disturbed at the same time due to the opera singing and the emo, bleak staging. Lol, leave the opera singing to the guy who can executes it well during the music track of Ripto's Arena from Spyro 2: Gateway To Glimmer
In fact, the whole performance is very unsettling.
It's like it came straight from Transylvania where blood-thirsty vampires dwell in.
Then again, "Birds
" by Anouk is just as worse. Even though I like listening to slow songs every now and then, but not like that. Too monotone for my tastes.
I almost fell asleep during the entire performance.
Leave the slow ballads to singers like Bonnie Tyler, Girls Aloud and Little Mix, okay? At least their ballads totally tugged at my heartstrings and melted my heart to the point where I nearly shedded tears.
What I don't understand how true professionals like Bonnie Tyler and Cascada didn't do so well?
I expected them to do well 'cause they obviously lasted longer than the other contestants.
Not to mention that they're veteran singers or bands.
So, the question is: Who the heck voted for that wannabe has-been from Denmark?
Hell, Ireland didn't deserve to be dead last, regardless of the fact that I didn't vote for that country in the final. I voted for it in the first semi-final (including Moldova by accident
), though. That's when I realise that I can vote more than once and I'm allowed to vote for more than one country. Meh, accidents happen.
I don't usually overreact when it comes to this contest but this time, it's safe to say that this is one of the worst editions I've watched.
Does this mean that my vote for Cascada/Germany didn't matter at all?!?
Poor, poor Bonnie Tyler and Cascada, they must have feel devastated just as much as we have.
Heck, I wonder how we Cascada and Bonnie Tyler fans have felt?
Every time we Brits enter the contest, it's like as if we're being ignored. We might as well consider ourselves dead to Europe if they're continuing to treat us like sh*t.
I've heard just recently that Germany has become a friend of ours due to political reasons. Hmm... that might explain why Germany gave some points to my country, in spite of the fact that we're not neighbours.
It's weird that Romania offered some more points to us Britons for some strange reason.
The oddest irony is how Ireland is performing last, yet it's in dead last in the contest.
Coincidence, much? At least, the Irish will finally get the taste of humiliation which we Brits constantly felt nowadays.
Fuck Denmark, Bonnie Tyler and Cascada are the true winners in my book and they always will be than that Danish has-been ever have been.
This may take a while for me to recover from this temporary loss or defeat.