Jamie-Lee from Germany has just finished the second rehearsal for her song “Ghost” at Eurovision 2016. Some small changes in the staging since the first rehearsal have really improved the mood of the entire performance – lifting it from a dreary dark number to something with a bit more punch.
Once again Jamie-Lee’s voice is absolutely phenomenal. There’s almost no way to tell the difference between her live voice and the studio version. It’s almost creepy how similar they sound.
One area that has been improved a lot is right at the beginning. Rather than the camera starting wide and panning into Jamie-Lee, it does the exact opposite which immediately creates intimacy with her as she sings.
The stage is also illuminated with a delicious shade of purple. Looking like a river of blackcurrant Ribena, Jamie-Lee stands her own in her Harajuku Girl gig.
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Photo: Andres Putting (EBU)