During her second rehearsal at Eurovision 2016, Poli Genova delivered a significantly more polished performance than earlier in the week. From the staging to the choreography to the styling, this looked very expensive.
The graphics from the first rehearsal remain unchanged, with Poli and her dancers voguing and performing their chicken dance before black-and-white walls with white “TV Static”. Yellow spotlights add a splash of colour, which go a long way in adding dynamism and variety to the walls.
A small but significant change comes with the backing singers, who now enter the stage from the back and strut their way down the middle of the stage, rather than entering from all sides. It reduces the chaos and provides a visual focal point to help drive the song home.
Bulgaria: Second rehearsal at Eurovision 2016
Poli Genova: Interview after first rehearsal
Bulgaria: Press conference after first rehearsal
Photo: Eurovision.tv (EBU)