Every week we supply the photo and you supply the caption. This week’s image comes from the green room of Romanian chat show Star Marinal de Weekend. The hosts couldn’t secure Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst, so they had to settle for the next best thing: Romania’s Eurovision 2014 singer Ovi dressed as Conchita. Is Ovi having an identity crisis? Is he still curious why his beard didn’t bring him Conchita’s success on the Eurovision stage? What is he thinking as he struts his stuff in front of those painted cats? Let us know in the comments box below.

Be sure to check out our previous Eurovision Open Caption posts when you’re done!

Ovi Jacobson
If it worked for Conchita….

Photo: Antena Stars

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iamawarrior
iamawarrior
5 years ago

I can see Paula’s mouth drop already

JayEm
6 years ago

OVI: Hey Paula, I’ve become Ovinta The Worst
Paula: Ugh! Not again!

Adam
Adam
6 years ago

“I’ll do whatever it takes to win ESC 2015”

Oostenrijk
Oostenrijk
6 years ago

“Ugly princess waits for the kiss to turn into a beautiful frog”

beccaboo1212
6 years ago

Ovi, snap out of it!

Kevin
Kevin
6 years ago

No…No…Just NO!!!!!

Huh
Huh
6 years ago

“My new gimmick for Eurovision 2015. Also, thank you to Valentina Monetta for this amazing dress. Third time’s the charm, right?”

paco
6 years ago

Is a miracle

Erin
Erin
6 years ago

because it’s ovious he wants to be canonized as the obscured Romanian saint of the Black Cat corset Lift.

Dhani
6 years ago

is he going to take lots of innocent lives from the balkan region too??

Rogesc
Rogesc
6 years ago

“From now on, it’s Ovary”

Hebbuzz
Hebbuzz
6 years ago

“This transformation is a silent protest by a man who had to sing with a lady much taller than himselve. As it seems, I have to wear a dress to impress.”

Daphne
Daphne
6 years ago

“Paula, can I have the number for your boob surgeon?”

Gerard P
Gerard P
6 years ago

He didn’t read all of Conchita’s tips (see unshaven chest!)

Josh
Josh
6 years ago

Hey Paula, I’m a girl now.