Bogdan: Molly delivers big time! After a few technical mishaps on the first run-through, it went better and better which each rehearsal, and the last run-through was flawless, a winner’s performance. She engages with the camera, she smiles and she even gives out a big “whoooo”, a clear sign that she is enjoying it. The floor and the background mirror each other and the dry ice offers a fairy-tale like impression. The waterfall pyros on the last chorus seals the deal: Molly is the people’s Eurovision princess this year, y’all. PS: The press centre went wild, too!
Patrick: WOW – Guys… I know we only saw 30 seconds but this looks like a winner. I really have to say that she sounds amazing, the show is just brilliant and the staging is faboulous. I really love Molly and now after I saw this amazing performance I’m sure United Kingdom won’t be dissapointing this year!
Anthony: Despite a technical ear piece issue on the first run-through, Molly easily passed the vocal test with flying colours, although she looked static on the first two run-throughs. However, massive cheers and a huge round of applause erupted from the press centre, as Molly made it third time lucky. She was growing in confidence and looking like a proper pop star. To top it all off, the last run-through included pyros in the form of a golden shower curtain, a la Azerbaijan 2011 and Denmark 2013.
Judit: Powerful! Molly in the pyro-rain looks amazing. Her voice is strong and with the background vocals it could be a winner. Can’t wait to see the whole performance!
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Featured image: Sander Hesterman (EBU)