Zara Larsson Elena Tsagrinou El Diablo

It’s only been out for only a few hours, but everyone already has an opinion on “El Diablo” — Elena Tsagrinou‘s Eurovision 2021 entry. Comparisons to Lady Gaga, Eleni Foureira and Tamta have all been bandied about. But the chatter isn’t limited to Eurofans. The internationally acclaimed Swedish popstar Zara Larsson also has thoughts.

Zara Larsson on “El Diablo”

The woman behind international smashes such as “Lush Life”, “Never Forget You” and “Ruin My Life” took to Twitter to share her view on Elena’s new release. Quote tweeting the official Eurovision account’s “El Diablo” announcement, Zara writes: “Let me call my girl Mia Khalifa real quick”. For many, the meaning behind Larsson’s tweet won’t be immediately clear. But, with a little background, one can possibly deduce what she’s inferring. Let’s explain.

Back in July 2020, Zara had a bit of an online spat with Mia Khalifa, a pornstar turned media personality. Then Mia accused the Swede of being “sad trash” and “unoriginal”, claiming that Zara’s “Love Me Land” music video was too similar to that for Alice Chater’s “Hourglass”. The tit for tat continued when Zara thanked Mia for the free promo. Mia soon retracted her original comments and apologised.

There are a few potential interpretations of Zara’s “El Diablo” tweet. One she is pulling a Mia Khalifa herself and accusing Elena Tsagrinou of being unoriginal. Alternatively, she’s calling out Khalifa once again. And quite possibly she’s just having a laugh at the whole thing. Whatever the interpretation, fans have their popcorn at the ready.

As for Elena, she’s probably pulling a Zara on Zara and thanking her for the free promo.

You can watch the music videos for both Alice Chater’s “Hourglass” and “Zara Larsson’s “Love Me Land” below. “El Diablo” is available exclusively on the Panik website until Sunday.

What do you think of Zara’s tweet? What’s your interpretation? Let us know below.

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nati
nati
1 month ago

It’s funny coming from a 1000000th pop artist that is barely two decades old and have copy-pasted all other pop arists since the beginning of pop culture. I love how every pop artist thinks they’re unique. Bro…xD less that 0.00001% of pop artists nowadays are “unique”. I don’t think anyone has a right to criticize anybody over copy-pasting. Even Lady Gaga copied Cher, Madonna and Grace Jones… SO WHAT?

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago

Victoria completely ripped off th identity of Billie Eilish all songs sounds lik her and even the looks… Creepy…

Jang
Jang
1 month ago

twenty secondes into the song and I can allready singalong, catchy and loving’ iT.

Pancake
Pancake
1 month ago

I would just like to thank Zara Larsson and Elena Tsagrinou for promoting Alice Chater to the Eurovision fandom because not only does she deserved the recognition too but also because I want her to represent the UK at Eurovision someday (she was in my wishlist before and she’s really good and could click well with the ESC community).
And yes, she’s British.

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
1 month ago

Wait. We live in a world now where musical artists are worried about what pornographic actors think of their work now and respond when they have something to say about it?
I suppose it’s easier than responding to professional critics. 😉

Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
1 month ago
Reply to  Briekimchi

Not loving the insinuation that sex workers are less of human beings than professional critics are

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
1 month ago
Reply to  Ashton Schier

Well nobody said that, did they? Sex workers can enjoy and have opinions about music as much as anyone else, obviously. But, at the same time, I wouldn’t expect Zara Larsson to make a social media post responding to what her mailman thinks about her latest song either. My last sentence was more a poke at the TiX article from the other day where he thought it was borderline bullying (it wasn’t) that professional critics thought his music was representative of the lowest form of Norwegian music yet Mia Khalifa calls an artist “Sad Trash” for having a slightly similar… Read more »

Not good
Not good
1 month ago

I think VICTORIA gets enough hate on the articles about her, why bring other artists here? You’re trying to distract people by getting hate towards other artist who has nothing to do with Cyprus!

Not good
Not good
1 month ago

I feel bad for the person who was behind Zara’s video, director or whoever made it has had their idea copied and that doesn’t feel good.

Jo.
Jo.
1 month ago

only here cuz Mia Khalifa was mentioned LOL

Linda
Linda
1 month ago

Guys don’t be upset, Zara probably thinks the situation is funny, artists takes inspiration all the time, Zara is just joking around since she herself got alot of s**t when “Love me Land” music video was released.
Anyways I’ve heard Elena is doing some other stage performance in ESC, here is a preview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvgxKIXsxq0

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Linda

Ahahahahah

Linda
Linda
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Oh man Zara even did a song about it…she is really upset..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3iraAfSMGo

Film
Film
1 month ago
Reply to  Linda

Golden! Thanks for the laughs, Linda.

Linda
Linda
1 month ago
Reply to  Film

No problems, we all need some laughs at times like these 🙂

Rumpelstiltskin
Rumpelstiltskin
1 month ago

Some rando trying to make a fuss about a nothingburger to get some attention. Got it.

First row at ESC and JESC
First row at ESC and JESC
1 month ago

but if we are fair ….the band from Finland could be sued too by Linkin Park …..so well I think I can live with Cyprus and my beloved song from Finland.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago

What’s the link between that finnish song and LP?

Raussen
Raussen
1 month ago

They can’t, because they even have deferent genres and nobody ever compared them with them in their world

LMAO
LMAO
1 month ago

Finland’s entry is so original, it’s even made 100% by finns? Elena is as original as those Elvis copies in Las Vegas!

Film
Film
1 month ago

Of course it matters. This is your first visual introduction to the song. Im not hopeful the staging will be original either.

Film
Film
1 month ago
Reply to  Film

Yes, however seeing the music video theres a big probability the representation on the stage to be also a rip off of something popular. I think the Cyprus team needs some feedback and help, because the things are not looking good.

Ellen
Ellen
1 month ago
Reply to  Film

Yeah but clips still don’t matter. Period.

First row at ESC and JESC
First row at ESC and JESC
1 month ago

I there an insurance that takes the costs, if you get sued by Lady Gaga and Zara Larsson? Just asking – no hate

You know
You know
1 month ago

no insurance for such issues as they are illegal in the first place – it means the insurance would have to take the responsibility for something that is already forbidden (in this instance, copyrights). even though strictly speaking, in law, ideas cannot be copyrighted only material items – which means that – if I make a videoclip with me in the centre dancing like feeling it – well, this won’t necessarily fall into the illegal “spectrum”. it requires more copying and of course, it all finally depends which jurisdiction is appropriate. Each country has different laws on stuff like that.

simply put, a duck
simply put, a duck
1 month ago

Oh my god, that’s the first thing that came up in my mind when I first saw the video!

Jake
Jake
1 month ago

I guess when you take another country’s artist (Greece), another country’s songwriters (Germany), another country’s language (Spain), another country’s stager (Austria), another country’s video (Sweden), another country’s music refrain (USA)—this is truly building bridges Eurovision style. All that’s missing is an Norwegian playing the violin and a Ukrainian dancing in a mirrored ball dress and we would have the perfect trifecta.

vlad4848
vlad4848
1 month ago
Reply to  Jake

And France giving Tour Eiffel for background purposes….

GuyGuy
GuyGuy
1 month ago
Reply to  Jake

LoL!!!
Maybe they plan to throw Halloumi cheese at the crowd during the show (if we’ll have on this year- fingers crossed), that might give this song the missing Cypriot touch

Dave
Dave
1 month ago
Reply to  GuyGuy

Halloumi cheese is nice 🙂
Especially the Tesco one which comes as halloumi fries and tastes and feels like plastic but is still lovely with a bit of sauce!

Nick Karras
Nick Karras
1 month ago

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Jake
Jake
1 month ago

Zara and Gaga should bandy together and take her to court haha. Great song and video but it’s so blatant it’s almost comical. Even the outfit. The platinum blond hair. Half mercy—they could’ve at least changed the color palette on the lights. They could’ve gone all red for el Diablo. It would’ve been less obvious or jarring.

Doris
Doris
1 month ago

Eurovision is becoming trash. Anyway this should be the worst eurovision ever without background singers and recorded autotune voices instead.

Doris
Doris
1 month ago
Reply to  Doris

You can downvote me as you want but this is the true. Eurovision died in 2019. If some people are happy about this fact they have never been real eurovision fans.

Brötchen
Brötchen
1 month ago
Reply to  Doris

They changed to recorded backing vocals to limit the amount of people that have to travel. But that kills Eurovision or makes it worse? Should they just cancel it again? Would that make you happy as a “true ESC fan”?

Esc addict
Esc addict
1 month ago
Reply to  Doris

Don’t know why you are so bitter in each articles, it’s like you are here only to spam….anyway, you know it’s not every songs of this year that needs backing vocals, some songs not, so be happy jesus christ.

Fionn
Fionn
1 month ago

I find it so funny that even Mia Khalifa has gotten involved in the Eurovision ?

Last edited 1 month ago by Fionn
Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Fionn

Hope they will collab

Last edited 1 month ago by Grft
Bella
Bella
1 month ago

Wouldn’t be the first time Cyprus blatantly copies/plagiarizes: I remember that Hovig’s performance was 100% pumped from Loic Nottet (background was the same, he even went as far as lying down on the ground during the performance, just like Loic).

Rottendam
Rottendam
1 month ago
Reply to  Bella

And the beginning of Gravity sounding like Rag’n’Bone Man’s “Human”

Leo
Leo
1 month ago
Reply to  Rottendam

A very similar sound was also used in Stones, but Stones was a far nicer song so I was less worried about it.

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago

Excuse me sir, are you blind?

Paul Tatum
Paul Tatum
1 month ago
Reply to  Jamie

literally elena has the same styling as zara same hair and outfit basically and they are both dancing in dark room on a singular rectangle with flashing lights so the comparisons are definitely valid lol

Brötchen
Brötchen
1 month ago
Reply to  Paul Tatum

And Alice Chater did it before Zara. Almost as if Zara did not invent skin tight clothing, blond hair and dancing in a dark room with flashing lights.

Paul Tatum
Paul Tatum
1 month ago
Reply to  Brötchen

literally the only thing thats similar from alices vid is that they are dancing alone in a dark room and she has blond hair, but here its styling, choreo, the way the lights are flashing and the setting/stage itself

Alex
Alex
1 month ago

Hmmm drama for Cyprus haha there was a break last year and now the drama returned.

Cyprus shouldn’t send another Swedish song, you know these guys are very unoriginal when it comes to music, yes they produce catchy pop tunes but unoriginal.

Also, the team has transformed Elena into another version of Zara/Rita Ora with some lip injections. I don’t get why they felt she had to be someone else other than herself.

Nevertheless, this is going to quality to the final as the staging will be superb but it might struggle with juries.

Brötchen
Brötchen
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

Most countries send unoriginal entries but it’s always Sweden or actually modern pop songs that get the harshest treatment when it comes to originality. Why is that?

I’ve heard people that loved Albina’s Tick-Tock complain about the lack of originality of “El Diablo”… but Tick-Tock is just as unoriginal?

Martin
Martin
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

Yes, it looks that she has lip-injection, but I think she is beautiful with it, I saw a lot of women with worse cases with their lips.

Amadeus
Amadeus
1 month ago

Who? I’d never heard of this person before.

Aris
Aris
1 month ago

MiaKhalifa made a story about it on Instagram

Last edited 1 month ago by Aris
Héctor
Héctor
1 month ago

Okey, so the style of the song isn’t original but neither the video. Gosh, all the money Cyrpus has invested in those composers and creative team to end up with a pretentious copycat. Enjoyable song tho, but they are trying to sell us a masterpiece and some fans are falling for this, when it is just taking elements from here and there to create these entrey and fool the audience.

Alqadri
Alqadri
1 month ago

after seeing her post, I actually still have a hope for her to some year go to Melodifestivalen at least once, with a good song that suits her. but as we know, it’s not gonna happen anytime soon, however I also hope she will change her mind and be not too arrogant to the Eurovision community.

Joca
Joca
1 month ago

CtrlV

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Antonio
Antonio
1 month ago

Can Cyprus just return to their pre-Fuego era?
I mean this whole “we wanna win” thing is not really working out great for them!
They’re basically sacrificing originality and authenticity just for the sake of winning

Thomas Sturley
1 month ago

A blonde very attractive woman dancing alone with nice lighting?
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Honesty
Honesty
1 month ago

Copy+Paste 😀

Daniel
Daniel
1 month ago

Oh, give me a break already. Zara’s music video was as generic like any other pop music video. I think it’s time to grow up and leave people alone.

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago

I have noticed it instantly just when El Diablo came out. The resemblance is uncanny.

Leo
Leo
1 month ago

It depends on the who and how. I hate “xx is a copy of yy” being used to drag down XX, such as Loic, Netta or Athena, but if it is a fair comparison, such as “if you like yy, you will like XX” that is flattering and one of my fave things about the contest. I have tried to introduce many fans of these contemporaries to ESC faves of mine like Athena and have had some successes (I think that actual fans of Ariana and Normani like Chains far more than keyboard worriers accusing her of ripping them off)

Honesty
Honesty
1 month ago
Reply to  Leo

I love Chains on you. I dis Ariana and Normany’s songs… 😀

Leo
Leo
1 month ago
Reply to  Honesty

For me, Chains has so much surprise and intrigue, and is far more dynamic than Diamonds or 7 Rings, which are sample reliant whereas Chains is a one woman, her DJ and a revamper only. Furthermore, I am a big mixer, and yet I think there is even more to Chains than the Little Mix songs it is most like to me, Joan of Arc and Wasabi (for example Joan Of Arc’s middle 8 isn’t as good as the rapping, bridge or Chorus and Chains doesn’t have this problem). Ariana, Normani (with 5th Harmony) and Little Mix are all acts… Read more »

ERUS
ERUS
1 month ago

So we’re claiming dark rooms with fluorescent lighting now?

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago
Reply to  ERUS

It’s not only about the room. It’s the whole package. From set to hair and outfit. Sad that some of you fail to notice.

Last edited 1 month ago by Jamie
Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Jamie

Simple ideas and concepts can’t be copyrighted, that’s what some of you fail to notice. This “whole package” is extremely generic.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

It’s not though. When Love me land’s vid came out it got a lot of praise because it was quite unique. And to see so many Eurofans say that it’s generic when they probably haven’t even watched the video and just want to support a ESC act… please. Elena has confirmed herself that she was inspired by Love me land.

ERUS
ERUS
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Elena didn’t confirm she was inspired by Love Me Land, that was an edit that someone photoshopped as a joke.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  ERUS

Well……. I hope she or her creative director say something lol cause girl

Brötchen
Brötchen
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Alice Chater did the same thing two year before Zara. It’s not that unique. And Robyn had quite a similar concept with her “Call your girlfriend” music video.

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

Just because they can’t be copyrighted that doesn’t mean they should be copied. It’s all about respect for the team that worked on Zara’s concept.

Last edited 1 month ago by Jamie
ERUS
ERUS
1 month ago
Reply to  Jamie

It’s generic pop, what do you expect? Sometimes ideas overlap and creators are influenced by others. No music video or concept can be 100% original and unique.

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago
Reply to  ERUS

Tell me what are the odds to come this close (and we are talking same set, choreography, lighting, hair, outfit, makeup) without ever seeing “Love me Land”? Next to none really. Ideas overlap, yes, but this hard? Hilarious if you think that.

Paul Tatum
Paul Tatum
1 month ago
Reply to  ERUS

also love me land isnt a generic song lmao maybe listen to the song and youll realize that, it has orchestral elements, pop element and electronic elements all mixed together

Grft
Grft
1 month ago

To those saying there are dozen of other videos like this: this is literally not true. In their videos Zara and Elena have: the same set, the same lights, the same HAIR, the same OUTFITS, the same makeup, the same type of choreo, the same color scheme, the same narrative. Apparently Elena has addressed the situation saying that she was inspired by Love me land, so I mean… okay.

Last edited 1 month ago by Grft
Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Downvote me as much as you want, if you fail to admit they’re a copy+paste you’re just blind ?

....
....
1 month ago

Even her clothes look the same. And they call it “inspiration”. Lol

Sabmis
Sabmis
1 month ago

Everything about this is too similar, even the artwork is the same. This is embarressing!

Sale
Sale
1 month ago

Nobody asked for your opinion Zara…

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Sale

She’s allowed to address something related to her art… by the way nobody asked for your comment and there you are. So let her speak her opinion as well!

Sale
Sale
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

To her art? It’s not like she invented a dark room with light coming from above lol

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Sale

Same outfit, same hair, same choreo :/ apparently Elena has admitted that the video was inspired by Zara’s so hm

Sale
Sale
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

That was photoshoped lol she didnt admit it

AM2PM
AM2PM
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Her ‘art’?!!?? Thanks, that’s the best laugh I’ve had in ages.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  AM2PM

Yes music is art babes 🙂 glad you learnt something today

Last edited 1 month ago by Grft
Grft
Grft
1 month ago

I think Zara is laughing at the whole thing. However….. this is literally the same video with some bad product placements ?

Polish
Polish
1 month ago

Personally I think that El Diablo is a better song than Zara’s “Love me land” which is a huge disappointment with only 8 million views on YT 🙂 She want to promote herself because El Diablo will be more streamed.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Polish

Let’s talk when El Diablo reaches 8 million views then LOL (spoiler: it will probably never happen)

Antonio M
Antonio M
1 month ago

Can Cyprus just return to their pre-Fuego era?
I mean this whole “we wanna win” thing is not really working out great for them!
They’re basically sacrificing originality and authenticity just for the sake of winning

Alex
Alex
1 month ago

So… a dark room, a square in the floor and a bit of light is now copyright Zara Larsson? Girl, I have bad news for you: the idea is too generic xD

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

Okay so please tell us whose video it looks like besides Love me land’s?

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

In the Eurovision field, keeping some distance cause I’m talking about a live performance and not a videoclip, you have something like S!sters from Germany in the national final, which is the exact same concept: square in the floor, dark “room” (stage in this case) and just a bit of light.

In the audiovisual field, you can find the same idea in movies like “The Platform” (Netflix).

If we talk about commercial music, we have the same idea or similar in artists like Zara Larsson and Lady Gaga.

The idea is generic and can be applied in too many genres.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

For Sisters : the outfit, hair, lighting was different. Also there was no similar choreo, and the camera cuts were really different (but it was a live performance so okay). Please just watch Love me land and El Diablo’s videos they are literally the same ? it’s not just about a dark set with a square

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

I mean, if you wanna talk about outfits and hairs, Zara in her clip looks like Tamta in Eurovision 2019. What Zara did is not really original, it’s just a mix of really old ideas, she (or her team) invented nothing, that’s the point here. You’re defending the originality of a project that is not original.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

I mean yes she didn’t create that hairstyle ahah. But when you find all the elements of a whole package in another package it’s more than a coincidence to me. You would be the first people to react if a popstar was copying all the elements of Fuego (lights, outfits, choreo, color scheme) in a performance.

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Let me tell you one thing: if Elena has problems in the future, it will be all about the song, not the videoclip. Especially during the live show, when the majority of people listens to this for the first time. I can already see Lady Gaga trending during the Eurovision night, and that’s bad news for Elena…

Rike
Rike
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

I am usuelle not someone you accuses someone else of plagiarism so easily. But I watched Booth Videos and I agree with you. It is the same video. You can be inspired and take the setting, the lighting, but you should mix it with some original ideas. It is not Elena‘s fault! I wish her luck, but ist is just too much copying

Rike
Rike
1 month ago
Reply to  Rike

Sorry, auto correction. I am usually not someone who

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Rike

I agree. There is no problem in being inspired on some aspects of an art project, every artist does. But it’s when you don’t mix it with your own ideas that it becomes problematic :/

Mariko
Mariko
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

I feel like I’ve seen similar set ups and colour schemes in Kpop a lot before, so I would totally agree it’s generic but these two videos are indeed very similar still

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Mariko

Even if we assume this is the case and Elena copied 500% what Zara did, if you think this person is stealing your job, take legal action. You’re supposed to be an international star, not a random kid playing the cancel culture game on Twitter.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

Zara’s comment was just her laughing at the situation I think, I guess she doesn’t care so much about it

Joey
Joey
1 month ago

If I was concerned that this was a copy, these are the people I would want to hear from most.

  • The music video was directed by George Mpenioudakis,
  • Fashion creations signed and designed by Celia Kritharioti.
  • Chali Jennings is behind the choreography

Yes, it is the artist’s name, and she bears some ownership over what she presents…but these are the people who are making the creative decisions. An artist at her level might have some say, but is unlikely to be proposing music video concepts.

With that said….I still love the song and video LOL.

Last edited 1 month ago by Joey
Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
1 month ago

and the drama begins

Tom
Tom
1 month ago

Cyprus should be banned from ESC
They have nothing new to offer

waitaminuteholdon
waitaminuteholdon
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

Are you that bald guy from “What We Do In The Shadows”? You know, the nerd/energy vampire

ERUS
ERUS
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

Hey Tom, if you need to talk I’m here. Seems like your self negativity is now finding it’s way onto the comment section of wiwibloggs.com. Try touch some grass today. <3

Tom
Tom
1 month ago
Reply to  ERUS

Honesty hurts I see

Colono
Colono
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

Yeah, let’s even kick the whole country out of the EBU because of their unoriginality.

Joey
Joey
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

If not offering something new is the standard, then Sweden, Albania, and Spain gotta go too. Probably a few others. In fact, we might as well scrap the whole thing. 😉

Erasmus
Erasmus
1 month ago

I mean dancing in an empty space with light coming from the ceiling is hardly an original concept hahah. Yes it similar, but it’s not like someone copied picasso.

Sabmis
Sabmis
1 month ago
Reply to  Erasmus

Are you kidding me! Everything is similar. From the clothes, the square on the ground and the light from above. Even the cover art is the same. Rediculous….

Erasmus
Erasmus
1 month ago
Reply to  Sabmis

ok the covert art is not similar other things are I can’t deny that. But I do think that all these things are simple and nit a lot of thought went into Zara Larsson’s wet blonde hair, clothing with pearls and an empty room with light all those concepts are generic that was my point.

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago
Reply to  Erasmus

Fun fact: Picasso copied dozens of artists himself.

Jake
Jake
1 month ago
Reply to  Jamie

Fun fact: Elena will never be Picasso. She’s more of a Monet. TM Clueless

Gin
Gin
1 month ago
Reply to  Jamie

Sorry, art nerd here. I have no opinion on the song so I’m not going to talk about that, but copying the work of masters is a classic and time-honored practice for artists. It teaches, for example, creating specific effects and using brushstrokes.
But these copies are just for the artist’s reference, they are not to be sold as their own work.

I don’t know about Picasso’s copying, though.

Last edited 1 month ago by Gin
Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago

To be fair, this kind of music and these kind of singers are a dime a dozen. It’s probably impossible to not resemble anyone at this point.

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago

Aaand as Germany’s leak so eloquently showed us: it can always be worse. So much worse that you feel sorry.

Last edited 1 month ago by Mr Vanilla Bean
Erasmus
Erasmus
1 month ago

that song truly is so baad, like what were they thinking.

Timi
Timi
1 month ago

None of them created something new. Come on, Applause by Gaga was a lot of years ago. And I’m pretty sure Madonna had something like this in a video, too.

The thing is El Diablo is not a bad song at all. It manages to fulfill its purpose – it’s pure entertainment.

Do you want something more artistic? Go and listen Voilá. You won’t find something beyond mere entertainment here.

Reverb
Reverb
1 month ago
Reply to  Timi

Voila, more pretnetious, not artistic

Sarouan
Sarouan
1 month ago
Reply to  Reverb

Voila more pretentious ? Barbara wrote her song and she puts her soul in it.
El Diablo is nothing more than a bland empty commercial pop song made for Eurovision and THAT is pretentious.

woah
woah
1 month ago

lol this Zara chick thinks she’s super famous or something. Having a couple of middling songs that got some airplay doesn’t give you the right to act as if you’re all that

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  woah

I mean … she is super famous though

woah
woah
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Yeah, that’s why she only has 1.4 m followers on Twitter lol

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago
Reply to  woah

That is a lot of followers though.

woah
woah
1 month ago
Reply to  Jamie

That’s not “super famous” though

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago
Reply to  woah

What are you trying to prove here. She’s a certified Platinum artist. Fame in the music industry is not measured by follower count, honey.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Jamie

And even if it was measured by follower count, she has more than 6M followers on insta, to me that sounds a lot like a super famous person lol

Sabmis
Sabmis
1 month ago
Reply to  woah

Fame has nothing to do with this. You are just making excuses for the fact that the hole music video is a copy!!!

kohen
kohen
1 month ago

the tea is HOT