Back at Eurovision 2011 Aurela Gaçe and Emmy were two very different artists. One was a rock chick with a pair of lungs which even Florence Welch would be jealous of, the other a cheeky bubble gum pop princess. Unfortunately Europe liked neither of them, as they both failed to qualify from the first semi final.

Two years later Aurela and Emmy are back with new songs – “Dua” and “Tsiatsan/Qez Gta”. The ladies have taken the hints and ditched the styles which they showcased in Düsseldorf. The only thing is they’ve both decided to become Eurodance divas. Awkward!

But which song is better? Since I speak neither Albanian nor Armenian I have no choice but to judge the songs solely on how they sound. And for me I would have to opt with Emmy. Mind you, there’s not a lot of difference. Both songs are heavy on the beats and have strong eastern influences. However, Emmy’s effort is a bit less generic and has a slightly superior hook. It also appears to be a little stronger lyrically, large segments of Aurela’s song seem to be just a succession of “duas”. But that’s just my opinion. What do you guys think?

Before you decide why not take a look at the videos. With  the amount of bare male flesh on show it doesn’t take Einstein to work out what demographic they’re targeting!

Once you’ve made up your mind vote in our poll and have your say in the comment section below.

Aurela Gaçe – Dua

Emmy – Tsiatsan/Qez Gta

Padraig Jude contributed this report from Ireland. Follow him on Twitter at @PadraigJude. And while you’re at it, like our Facebook page to stay up-to-date with the latest Eurovision news and gossip.

Photos: Aurela Gaçe and Emmy

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Catalina
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Catalina

Emmy is the best:) Song is verry good 🙂

takecare
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takecare

is it boring in ireland? ::))

William Lee Adams
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I love how Aurela is wearing a hairpiece of the letter A. Classy lady!

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D

I do like both songs, but for me I’d have to go with Emmy’s song. It’s just much more catchy, in my opinion.

Zachary Thomas
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Aurela was my favorite Albanian representative, and this song is a reminder of why that is, AMAZING <3