the humans romania selectia nationala 2018

After five semi-finals, plenty of Ilinca memes and some questionable performances, Romania stepped up their game for the Selectia Nationala 2018 final. 15 acts took to the stage, but there could only be one winner.

After a 100% televote, The Humans were declared the winners with “Goodbye”!

The Humans — “Goodbye”

It’s an impressive victory for The Humans, who scored the joint highest score from the jury with 58/60 in Sighisoara. The band only formed in 2017, with this being their first attempt together at Selectia Nationala. Actually, The Humans were celebrating their one-year anniversary the very day they won the ticket to Lisbon.

Lead singer Cristina Caramarcu has had some experience before though: she and two of her colleagues worked with fellow finalists Jukebox in 2016, when they entered “Come On Everybody”. Jukebox failed to make the final then, but Cristina went even further with her new group.

Second and third place went to your poll favourites, Alexia & Matei and the Wiwi Jury favourite Feli.

Selectia Nationala 2018 — Full televoting results

1 – The Humans (“Goodbye”) – 3277 votes
2 – Alexia & Matei (“Walking On Water”) – 3114 votes
3 – Feli (“Royalty/Buna de iubit”) – 2862 votes
4 – Jukebox feat. Bella Santiago (“Auzi cum bate”) – 1728 votes
5 – RAFAEL & Friends (“We Are One”) – 1446 votes
6 – Dora Gaitanovici (“Fara tine”) – 1415 votes
7 – M I H A I (“Heaven”) – 1165 votes
8 – Claudia Andas (“The One”) – 974 votes
9 – Xandra (“Try”) – 686 votes
10 – Teodora Dinu (“Fly”) – 336 votes
11 – Echoes (“Mirror”) – 325 votes
12 – TIRI (“Desert De Sentimente”) – 320 votes
13 – Erminio Sinni & Tiziana Camelin (“All The Love Away”) – 303 votes
14 – Eduard Santha (“Me Som Romales”) – 293 votes
15 – VYROS (“La La La”) – 133 votes

Viewers could vote for as many songs they wanted, but they could only vote once per song, which meant that mass voting was out of the question. This was to avoid televoting fraud, but it also prevented fans from saving their favourites.

During the show, we were treated to Romania’s 2017 star, Ilinca, perform her new single “Nu acum”. Cezar also took to the stage to perform an operatic-tinged cover of “Amar pelos dois”. Alex Calancea Band also performed during the interval.

And just one day after their success in Moldova, DoReDos took to the Selectia Nationala stage. They performed “My Lucky Day” and got a nice reception from the Bucharest crowd.

What do you think of Romania’s choice? Can The Humans give the country another top 10 finish? Let us know all your thoughts in the comments section below!

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A Canadian
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A Canadian

I love this entry so much.
A cute song which emotionally touches you with music that suits such incredible lyrics.
I think this will go through to the GF’s. It’s low on the bookies, but the bookies are never initially right.

Norma Gerh
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Norma Gerh

Very good song Romania!
And more I listen to it, more I like it…

Chris Martín
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Chris Martín

I truly think none of the songs in the lineup had a shot at the trophy, but this is to me one of the weakest choices they could’ve done. Given bold, interesting choices such as Eduard, Feli or Jukebox, they decided to stick to a boring, unoriginal our-of-the-90’s tune. The vocalist’s an animal on stage – kudos on her – but other than that, I feel this is definitely not my cup of tea. Good luck tho.

Josh Kennon
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Josh Kennon

I really like it, and I already think it has more potential on first listen than I EVER thought Illinca & Alex had (and we know how much that grew and TOTALLY SLAYED at Eurovision, surprising so many) — just needs to be tightened up with the lyrics maybe in one or two places, work on her pronunciation live and to have a video that really connects the message of the song with strong visuals — their official video for this song on Youtube is really nice, but just is them performing against a wind machine — nice enough, but… Read more »

L'oiseau
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Thank you Romania for putting definitively behind us the horror of last year, which shall remain nameless, and giving us this very interesting entry. A sure qualifier and in the left side of the board for sure. This year I will not have to pee when your song will be on, but rather your neighbor… The world is nor perfect…

Ay Jo
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Ay Jo

It gives me a mixed vibe of Cecilia Krull and Radiohead. I liked it.

Christian
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Christian

Looks like Romania doesn’t want to reach the final for the very first time.

Briekimchi
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Briekimchi

I think this qualifies, easily.

Nuck Chorris
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Nuck Chorris

Christian, it looks like you are an idiot. How about that?

Nickc
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Nickc

I am over 40 and this is dated even for me. Awful.

Nuck Chorris
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Nuck Chorris

Don’t be so angry, for sure somebody will show you again the ass on the final stage. It is normal for ESC.

AurelianTamisan
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AurelianTamisan

What does dated mean? If Bob Marley, Scorpions or Queen are dated too, I would like to see the world dominated by dated music. You could be more specific with another adjective, cause it’s pretty clear that it is more on an old style than a modern song, that is a fact, you don’t have to be a little Einstein to notice that.

Io*
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Io*

Whims? Dissatisfactions? Grumblings? The song is really too high quality for the boorish level of European Contest of Politized Messages. For what reasons romanian composers and singers would make an effort to send to ESC true masterpieces? To be the subject of constant mockery, shown by national juries? For what they are interested in a musical charlatanry, a media quackery that turns ESC into a a tribune of the Parliament and the European Commission? Eurovision promotes anti-Russian political messages, status of LGBT communities, the situation of people with disabilities, the issue of terrorism, the situation of war refugees … Under… Read more »

esc freak
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esc freak

Gurl stop being a salty nationalist.

Faezdel
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Faezdel

Io, your comment is a total nonsense. What’s the problem with song that carry a deep message? I prefer those than the usual shallow lyrics about dreams, hearts and broken relationships.

Io*
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Io*

a) Italian ”deep message” „There’s a concert in France, people are having fun Someone’s singing loudly, someone’s screaming “to death” It always rains in London, but today it’s fine The sky doesn’t make concessions, not even at a funeral In Nice the sea is red for fires and shame With people on the concrete and blood in the sewer And this enormous body that we call earth Wounded in its organs from Asia to England” b) French humanitarian message „I was born this morning My name is Mercy In the middle of the sea Between two countries, Mercy It was… Read more »

Io*
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Io*

@ esc freak
Let’s replace your insult ”salty nationalist” with ”harsh realist”.

@Faezdel – read my comment again and insist on the words „Eurovision Contest of Hypocritical Messages.” & a tribune of the Parliament and the European Commission.
You got something new?

De
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De

Good point. I believe that’s one reason why Eurovision is so small in our country and our best composers and performers doesn’t want to compete. Ovidiu, 2016, disqualified. Why they chose to disqualify us in 2016, and not before? “We stand on the edge, they want us to break They want us to fall, ’cause power’s at stake They parade, laughing at us as we fade With blood on their hands, enjoying the feast, The cross on the wall, the eyes of the beast They parade, laughing at us as we fade In the darkest nights feel the power in… Read more »

AurelianTamisan
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AurelianTamisan

Not before, not after, exactly when they’ve heard the song. I am pretty sure too that if any other song would have won for Romania at that time, Romania wouldn’t have any conflict with EBU. The message of that song was too strong to be accepted.

De
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De

That’s the truth. Some are too blind to see it. Maybe they care too much about this contest, too much that they can’t accept the situation.
Eurovision is far from being free.

De
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De

free of corruption.

De
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De

The only thing I am proud of is that Ovidiu Anton won in Romania, which means that our national selection is not as corrupt as you might think.

Étoile
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Étoile

Not my favourite (it was Jukebox feat Bella) but there’s potential.

AngieP
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AngieP

Not my favourite song, but still enjoyable. Great vocals, the song itself doeesn’t impress me.

Szilard
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Szilard

One of the best songs this year. Romanians are happy with The Humans! Congratulations.

Io*
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Io*

Good or bad, the song chosen by Romanians is enough for the sadistic appetite by which national juries, year after year, massacre the artistic message of Romania.
The song is even more enough than it would merit this hypocritical musical contest.
The Mouth! Everyone!

Faezdel
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Faezdel

The artistic message of Romania… What message you had with “It’s My Life” by Cezar? It was cringeworthy…

Toinousse
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Toinousse

It’s a miraaacleeee, It’s my liiiiiife, Zaleylalaylaley, Yodeleeeeh hiiiii, yeah , such deap messages, stop crying and send better songs please. Romania is overrated every year.

Io*
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Io*

Take this! Take it … „in length”!
(Ia-o in lung!)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02t5B1et6OM

Darkpassionplay
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Darkpassionplay

So sad that the country that gaved the-best yodeling song on eurovision sends this…. its not bad , its not good its just “there” for me. We need more “risky” songs rather then safe betting on female power ballads witch will reach the finale for sure … but then what? Just like Denmark last year. Dissapointed by Romania and Moldova selections this year. Gogo Bulgaria? Our last hope for balkan win ..

Alex
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Alex

I’ve just gotta say, this is cool. It’s a total 90s throwback. I approve of that. This has potential and I hope it sounds good in Lisbon. The vocalist definitely has her moments. A little hard to tell what she’s saying sometimes, but the audio quality doesn’t help. The song is a bit scattered, but the instrumentation and the melody are pretty good.

HBau
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HBau

Needs a little tightening up, but…

First entry this year that’s given me potential winner vibes. Jury will give it good points, televoters will give it good points (especially with, but not exclusively because of, the diaspora).

Yulia ftw
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Yulia ftw

Feli could have been my top 1…awful choice

Ari
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Ari

It’s another filler for me, but at least a nice one. I am just glad she saved us from the entry that came second and in particular the dreadful one which came third, the only other songs I listened to due to wiwibloggs articles popping up about them. I’m gonna assume there was no hidden pearl beyond that. Should make the final on the basis of it representing Romania, right? Also, I enjoy the singer shaking her hair.

Eve
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Eve

Wiwi experts are just pissed because of Feli, don’t worry, you’ll get your bop. It’s a good song and excellent singer, it will qualify. Good luck, Romania!

romanian
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romanian

And good luck for Serbia too!

Denise Back
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Denise Back

Whatever it is still better than Yodel Shiit

KuhKatz
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KuhKatz

This one is quite enjoyable, even though it‘s that kind of song you have already heard. Right now, this is in my Top 10.

But still, I don‘t think we have heard the winner so far.

Julian
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Julian

Too much orchestration killed the songs that would have benefited a more minimal approach like Eduard Santha, Tiri, Vyros. Feli was struggling, it looked like she was constantly trying to catch breath while mumbling something that was not intelligible. Jukebox and Bella, still my favorites of the night – the only song that is memorable, were worst than in semifinal, they looked tired for some reason, especially Bella. I liked Rafael and friends, in all the mumbo jumbo they stood out and would they have not performed first they might had even more votes. Teodora Dinu, Mihai were bland, from… Read more »

AurelianTamisan
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AurelianTamisan

Eduard Santha was robbed by the public, I’m not a person that considers gypsies discriminated in Romania, not at all, but last night it was pretty much discrimination. I mean, people didn’t want to be represented not necessarily by a gypsy, but by a song about gypsies in Eurovision. Somewhere I can get why, because I consider the message in the song exagerrated, but I would have really loved to see it on a higher place cause musically it is a great song and he is a great artist. He didn’t help himself neither with his attitude in the green… Read more »

Julian
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Julian

Not robbed by the public but more it was something between him and the organizers. They put him to sing among the first. And he was much worse than in semifinal, maybe he lost interest or he felt it was not at the least considered for the win and given a fair chance. The public is not to blame, they are feeling your attitude – and he got so few votes that I am not sure if even his friends voted for him. Opposed is what Rafael and friends did, they sang first but gave a very good performance and… Read more »

AurelianTamisan
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AurelianTamisan

I don’t know, Santhat performed 6th, not exactly among the first. And I guess it was a draw for the running order. Yeah, he performed worse than in the semi-final but still, I doubt that he would have get much more votes even with a great performance, I don’t think he lost that many votes for the performance. In my opinion the message of the song was hated by Romanians. What I would have expected was a big amount of votes from his ethnics, but it seems that nobody cared about this contest. I mean he struggled a lot for… Read more »

romanian
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romanian

Cristina, the vocalist, reminds me of Kaliopi. She can be in the same league with Kaliopi.

Eve
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Eve

yeah, excellent voice!

Eurovisionfan12
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Eurovisionfan12

Did NOT expect this result at all
It’s an okay song but it sounds like something’s missing, needs a slight revamp to give a wow moment that can keep Romania’s 100% qualification

Dew
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Dew

Gosh…..Stay in the semi with this dated song.

Purple Mask
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Purple Mask

I honestly didn’t see this coming tonight. I liked The Humans’ singer’s deep tone, and the song was one of the better ones. But honestly I thought either Jukebox, Alexia & Matei, Mihai or Xandra would win. It’s a very interesting outcome. There’s quite a lot that can be done with this entry, choreographically. It’s a “storyteller” song, so I look forward to seeing how this is interpreted in May. 🙂

sky
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sky

It’s time for me to say goodbye It’s fine I’ve tried a million times To kiss the emptiness and make her mine I should’ve stayed but I already left a thousand times I’ve won my fights nobody new nothin’ about All alone trapped in a void can’t see the light Goodbye Why don’t you see the beauty that surrounds you everywhere Why cant’ you feel the joy in all the small things people share And all the happiness that by the way is all for free Open your heart, receive the love and stay with me Please don’t be afraid… Read more »

jim
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jim

i dont get how this won over so many better songs, esc 2018 is probably cursed to be bland and forgettable

Eyyyo
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Eyyyo

Y’all pretentious asses making the most as usual and i advise you to have several seats, cause this is a perfectly fine song. Y’all queens are happy only with tropical bops and divas. It might not be a winner, but it could be just enough to land somewhere around top 10-13. It wasn’t my favorite thing from our selection at first, bit the song kinda grew on me and with a memorable staging (and i think that’ll be the trick with this entry) it could easily become a dark horse. I hope they don’t sleep on it and improve it… Read more »

sky
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sky

This was unexpected, but I like it. It’s advantage can be that it might please both jury and televoters.
Feli lost and it was her own fault. She doesn’t have the energy and stage presence for such uptempo song like Royalty. She looked like a school girl trying to copy what she saw on tv. And that mess about the languages. I guess both Feli and Jukebox made a mistake playing with languages. Just tell people from the beginning what language do you want, and don’t change it.

Héctor
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Héctor

Well, I like it. It isn’t a masterpiece, but sounds cool. Maybe it’s just me, but I really enjoy this type of pop-rock songs and she seems to be feeling it. Maybe it sounds a bit like an early 2000s pop rock song, but these kind of songs never get old!

I’m not sure if it’s going to stand out, but I agree on his potencial. They can do a lot with the staging. I wish the best for them.

Marcelo
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Marcelo

I really like it! I also really like pop-rock, so yeah! It’s going very high on my Top 21!

P.S: I listened to this with my aunt and she really like it! She even asked me which group is it! I don’t know if that’s a good or bad sign. LOL

Florian
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Florian

Potentially top 5 song, I like it! This is a very good entry.

Phary
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Phary

According to the official Eurovision website, Jukebox and Bella were 2nd and Alexia and Matei 3rd, which means Feli was 4th.

Bogdan Honciuc
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They got it wrong.

Jo
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Jo

You’re complaining now, but this song has much potential for staging. I’m calling now, this might finish in the Top 10. And the juries like rock music (they saved The Dorians and Midnight Gold).

Jo
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Jo

They even tried to save Montenegro 2016.

Bastian
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Bastian

I dont understand the hate against this song. I like it 🙂 I can see this qualify easily.

PP
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PP

Only thanks to huge diaspora in France, Italy, Hungary, Serbia plus they have Moldova in same semi final.

Tedi
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Tedi

This seem it will be the worst Eurovision ever. Such boring songs this year. Literally only France and Greece are worth to be mentioned as good songs; however none of them that good as any previous winners or even top 5 songs at eurovision. Disappointed. My hopes are set up for Croatia, Israel, Azerbaijan and Sweden. I mean..it ain’t that hard to beat any of selected entries… ?

PP
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PP

I think this year Eurovision , will be like Eurovision 2011. Huge favorite wili be flop like France (maybe Estonia with La Forza, Czech Republic like Estonia 2011 Rocfeller street, and we have surprise winner and surprise TOP 3, only on 3 rd place one of favorite from TOP 5 for win).

Jo
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Jo

Yeah, I’m calling 2011 as well.

Marcelo
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Marcelo

Estonia is more likely to being the fanwank flop for a second consecutive year! They’ll probably get to the final, but won’t get to the left side of the board. Plus, with that opera song and being such a fan favorite with bookies and fans, I’m really getting Amaury Vassili flop vibes!

Rory
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Rory

I have a hard time explaining myself who will actually vote for Estonia (if they pick the opera). Like, for real.

France 2011 had a “charming” singer, but, it’s OPERA.
Italy 2015 had “charming” singers, but it was POPERA, which is more attractive to the people around.

So, yeah, 2011 vibes.

WHO’S GONNA BE AZERBAIJAN THIS YEAR? LOL

Étoile
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Étoile

My country (France) is not a favourite at all this year and many songs aren’t released

Héctor
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Héctor

I have to disagree, I do think there some good songs: Germany, Albania, Spain, Hungary, France, etc. There are also 22 more to come, more than the half. So maybe it’s too soon to think it’s going to be a bad year. Boring? Well, it depends on your taste. I enjoy slow songs too, so it isn’t problem for me. But most of these slow songs sound good to me(sorry Belarus, not you).

Denis
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Denis

The title says it all really: Goodbye!
Very uninspiring choice.Like Roxette but not as good.

AurelianTamisan
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AurelianTamisan

I such remember year 2014… everybody saying about Netherlands how boring they were, even the betting odds ranked them without any chance to reach the final. Final result: 2nd place, most probably that just because the winner created a very strong image on himself, otherwise it would have most probably won. Be careful, Eurovision is a contest watched by every range of people, every genre’s lovers, not just by radio edit/youtube users that will rank low any song not being pop/house/electronic or the kind of 2010’s and over modern music.

Rory
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Rory

Comparing this dreadful thing with Netherlands 2014? For real? LOL

AurelianTamisan
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AurelianTamisan

I don’t compare it to Netherlands, but I compare the situation. And there are so many examples, that was the most obvious. Netherlands was last year, as well considered boring by many of you, still it got a decent place. Or Poland in 2016 (with so many criticizing Michal for beating Margaret, Poland still was top 3 in televoting). Or Hungary in 2015… In fact when a song is considerd boring on Wiwibloggs forums I think it’s a good thing, it usually gets a good result.

Denis
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Denis

Calm After The Storm was in a League of it’s own. A very good song. Why you compare it to this crap song is beyond me.

AurelianTamisan
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AurelianTamisan

It was a masterpiece. Just that at that time I was one of maybe 10% that were saying that here, most of you considered it boring. Which is ok for me, I hope that The Humans will be considered the most boring song in history here, as long as it does well in the contest. People here are not able to be objective, if they don’t like a song it means it’s ‘crap’. I wasn’t a fan of The Humans in the national selection either, but objectively I consider it a good song.

Polegend Godgarina
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Polegend Godgarina

It sounds like it’ll grow on me hugely, so I’ll wait a few days.

Isa
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Isa

I heard this song for the first time today. I had already heard the favourites before… I must say this is a very good song with a great, charismatic performer! I love it! Potential Eurovision winner. 🙂

Polegend Godgarina
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Polegend Godgarina

It’s good, but it’s not great. Pretty insipid song, it doesn’t really say anything to me. Will it even qualify? Still better than Alexia & Matei, so I won’t complain!

Weißbrot
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Weißbrot

Calm the f*ck down guys. You are the most annoying People ever…. Yes, this may be not the strongest year we’ve ever had but it’s certainly not the worst. I actually think the year is really good so for… You’ll get your catchy Songs, bops and Divas soon enough. I’m sure Croatia, Finland, Belgium, Bulgaria, Estonia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Israel and Cyprus will give you what you want.

So far I’d vote for Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy and Denmark. Which is already more than last year….

ron
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ron

Well, I really like this year’s contest so far. There are just some people whining every year “boo this is the worst esc ever”, not even paying attention tbh. I LOVE Italy, France, Germany, Czechia, Albania, Greece and Latvia. There’s more to come. 😀

Weißbrot
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Weißbrot

I’m from Germany, so thanks I guess ^^

Polegend Godgarina
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Polegend Godgarina

Australia, Azerbaijan, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia and Finland will all deliver, I can feel it! So far there are no songs I’d vote for, but in two weeks things will change. I feel like 2016 was much worse–by the end of March I only *loved* Bulgaria and Croatia, but eventually most of the songs grew on me.

Jo
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Jo

When Lighthouse came out I was in ecstasy.

Polegend Godgarina
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Polegend Godgarina

A literal beacon of hope in a then-disappointing year. Croatia better come thru again, I even loved My Friend.

azaad
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azaad

Honestly this year is fine, but I think that it’ll be the first time since 2014 that an internally selected act will win.

Lourdes
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Lourdes

I agree with you. This is not what people typically expect from Eurovision and that’s why I like it more. It means Eurovision is growing and countries are not sending typical pop songs, but they’re daring to send something different. It’s a good follow up of Sobral’s winning. Personally I would vote for Italy, Albania, France, Greece and Hungary maybe( growing on me) and I love how all of my favorite ones are in different languages and I don’t even understand most of them, but they still make an impact. I would prefer any of them to win instead of… Read more »

Phary
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Phary

Agree with you 100%.

Purple Mask
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Purple Mask

I agree of course, but the swearing was fricking unnecessary. Haha. 🙂

fan
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fan

A good well sung song with no silly gimmicks!..good choice Romania

ron
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ron

Somebody please tell me that it’s 1st of April and it’s just a joke.

please…..

AurelianTamisan
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AurelianTamisan

Oh my God, another year, totally different result, still same boring people commenting here all sort of aberations. There were a lot of you last year that said the same thing, first non-final for Romania, yodelling-crap etc. Aren’t you tired of this?! If it is to not be the final, ok, bad luck, but give me a break with such stupid reactions, year after year, for every song sent to Eurovision. ‘Old’, ‘tired’, ’90’s’ song… what a hell were Netherlands in 2014 and Portugal in 2017?! There are 2 options, to gain nice vibes from to people or to fail… Read more »

Krys Ka
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Krys Ka

Someone please bring Turkey back to Eurovision. They never disappoint.

Polegend Godgarina
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Polegend Godgarina

We already have a rock band and an ethno-pop song, we don’t need ha.

Jo
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Jo

They’d sent bad stuff too.

Bastian
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Bastian

A to the MEN Krys Ka 🙂

Marcelo
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Marcelo

Can Bonomo and his stupid boat says hi, bish!

Bb
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Bb

Romania had a chance at top 10 with Feli and to send something in Romanian language with Jukebox. Instead they go with this old, tired and recycled late 80s rock song. I hope it will be their first non-qualification, but good luck to them nonetheless.

TheDrMistery
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TheDrMistery

So this was entirely in English? I certainly wouldn’t tell.

Szilard
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Szilard

Feli? She was the biggest disappointment! Get over her 🙂

Esra
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Esra

Like Armenia’s boring ballad weren’t enough. What is this Romania? .-.

Mandy
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Mandy

After torturing our ears with yodel-rap, Romania brings a Roxette-wannabe song. I’m not against a “back-to-the-basics” vibe or a 80s/90s rock ballad (actually I love these stuffs), but it sounds a cover, not a performance that catches our attention. Many national finals had your entries’ quality decreased… and the Romanian was one of them: just a safe option. #GoodbyeGrandFinal4Romania

aaron
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aaron

Only good news this weekend is that Samir & Viktor are running away with it in the Youtube views for Sweden/Melodifestivalen. Almost double the number of supposed favourite Benjamin Ingrosso they have 140k almost he has 76k

Colin
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Colin

It would be a really pleasant surprise if Samir and Viktor win in Sweden.

Mattias Sollerman
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Mattias Sollerman

Fuldans has more views.

Weißbrot
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Weißbrot

Yeah, but we all know that they’re gonna be last or pretty Close to being last in the final… I think when it Comes to vote for a winner, all the voters won’t vote for them anymore because they’re not that stupid.

Mattias Sollerman
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Mattias Sollerman

My point exactly. Youtube views is a v flawed indicator.

Denis
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Denis

So? Ingrosso or Liamoo will still win. Or Mariette

aaron
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aaron

I hate to sound like Marc making out like I have the full results to hand but S&V likely already beat Liamoo. Ingrosso doesn’t seem to be getting as much attention either.

Only question is the juries. Last year they ranked the favourite 8th. Say they did that again?

Hayley
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Hayley

I think you’re forgetting that Nano was the favourite not Wiktoria

Juries ranked the favourite second