Mahmood Blanco Elisa

After setting another ratings record — the second live episode collected 11,320,000 viewers and an audience share of 55.8%, the best result since 1995! — Sanremo 2022 moved on to the third night.

Tuesday’s show was hosted by Amadeus with the support of Drusilla Foer, female alter ego en travesti of the talented actor Gianluca Gori.

Tonight the 25 contestants — the names from which Italy’s Eurovision 2022 artist will be chosen — performed their entries to the viewers for the second time. The performances were this time judged by the televote and the demoscopic poll. In the end, their preferences were added to those of the press jury voting from the first two nights to create a provisional top 25.

Sanremo 2022 third night

Provisional top 25 based on the first three nights

  1. Mahmood & Blanco with “Brividi”
  2. Elisa with “O forse sei tu”
  3. Gianni Morandi with “Apri tutte le porte”
  4. Irama with “Ovunque sarai”
  5. Sangiovanni with “Farfalle”
  6. Emma with “Ogni volta è così”
  7. Massimo Ranieri with “Lettera di là dal mare”
  8. Fabrizio Moro with “Sei tu”
  9. La Rappresentante di Lista with “Ciao Ciao”
  10. Dargen D’Amico with “Dove si balla”
  11. Michele Bravi with “Inverno dei fiori”
  12. Ditonellapiaga & Rettore with “Chimica”
  13. Aka7even with “Perfetta così”
  14. Achille Lauro with “Domenica”
  15. Noemi with “Ti amo non lo so dire”
  16. Rkomi with “Insuperabile”
  17. Matteo Romano with “Virale”
  18. Iva Zanicchi with “Voglio amarti”
  19. Giovanni Truppi with “Tuo padre, mia madre, Lucia”
  20. Highsnob & Hu with “Abbi cura di te”
  21. Giusy Ferreri with “Miele”
  22. Le Vibrazioni with “Tantissimo”
  23. Yuman with “Ora e qui”
  24. Ana Mena with “Duecentomila ore”
  25. Tananai with “Sesso occasionale”

Cesare Cremonini was the main special guest of the third live show. The singer-songwriter, who has NEVER participated in Sanremo, neither as a contestant nor as a guest, debuted at the Ariston to celebrate twenty years of a career full of hits.

He stunned the audience with a medley of his songs “Nessuno vuole essere Robin”, “Marmellata #25”, “Logico #1”, “La nuova stella di Broadway” and “Poetica”. He then returned on stage to perform his latest single “La ragazza del futuro” and “50 special”, the song that made him famous in 1999.

How will the Sanremo winner be picked?

Voting during the five evenings will occur through different combinations of three methods:

  • Public televoting, carried out via landline, mobile phone, the contest’s official mobile app and online voting.
  • Press jury voting, expressed by accredited print, radio and web journalists that followed the competition from the Roof Hall at the Ariston Theatre.
  • demoscopic poll, composed by 1000 music fans who voted from their homes via an electronic voting system managed by global market research and a consulting firm Ipsos.

The four voting systems will have a percentage weight so distributed:

  • First and Second Evening: 100% press jury voting
  • Third Evening: 50% public televoting; 50% demoscopic poll
  • Fourth Evening: 34% public televoting; 33% demoscopic poll; 33% press jury voting
  • Fifth Evening: 100% public televoting

In the final part of the fifth evening, a new rank indicating the first three acts — determined by the percentage of votes obtained in this evening’s vote and those obtained in previous evenings — will be drawn up.

  • Superfinal: 34% public televoting; 33% press jury voting; 33% demoscopic poll

What do you think of the songs of Sanremo 2022? Who are you most excited for? Share your thoughts below!

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Tonia
Tonia
9 months ago

Viva Viva Sanremo canzoi

Andi
Andi
9 months ago

Results

  1. Morandi & Jovanotti (weeeeell deserved!!)
  2. Mahmood & Blanco
  3. Elisa
Andi
Andi
9 months ago

Wow, this cover night gives me goosebumps on each song!! Just amaaaaazing!!! “Sei belissimo” was absolutely stunning!

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
9 months ago
Reply to  Andi

Elisa was awesome! Morandi and Jovanotti, too! 🙂

Last edited 9 months ago by Vincenzo
matt
matt
9 months ago
Reply to  Andi

indeed! my favourite covers at the moment are by La rappresentante di lista, Matteo Romano and rkomi

Last edited 9 months ago by matt
Plant
Plant
9 months ago

Brividi is such an instant classic. Total winner vibes. Another Italy win would be so cool.

Héctor
Héctor
9 months ago

I don’t have a clear favourite here. For some reason, I always struggle to find a favourite among San Remo participants.

My top 10 so far:

1.     Mahmood & Blanco – Brividi (7)
2.     Dargen D’Amico – Dove si balla (7)
3.     Aka 7even – Perfetta così (6.75)
4.     Irama – Ovunque sarai (6.75)
5.     Michele Bravi – Inverno dei fiori (6.75)
6.     Elisa – O forse sei tu (6.5)
7.     La Rappresentante di Lista – Ciao ciao (6.25)
8.     Sangiovanni – Farfalle (6.25)
9.     Achille Lauro – Domenica (6.25)
10.  Matteo Romano – Virale (6.25)

Last edited 9 months ago by Héctor
vetrina
vetrina
9 months ago

If ‘Brividi’ wins then… ESC21 was Italy Vs France, ESC22 will be Italy Vs Spain

Adnama
Adnama
9 months ago
Reply to  vetrina

lol no

David
David
9 months ago

Top 5 so far for me

1. Mahmood e Blanco
2. Gianni Morandi
3. Achille Lauro
4. Emma
5. Irama

jotka
jotka
9 months ago

Brividi is giving me the same vibes I had when I first listened to Arcade. Winner vibes.

Maltese_falcon
Maltese_falcon
9 months ago

Looks like I am the only one here who sees nothing special about mahmood’s song – it’s a slow modern ballad – a been there done that kind of thing, although it’s true that Mahmood is a magnificent artist and singer. Looks like I’m also the only one who thinks that Michele Bravi’s song is the stand-out song that marries together the great italian song with modern instrumentalisation and should be the runaway winner.

Tomi
Tomi
9 months ago
Reply to  Maltese_falcon

You’re not the only one. It’s not a bad song, but I don’t get the hype. …but I never was a Soldi fan to begin with…

RichardEsc13
RichardEsc13
9 months ago

Mahmood and Blanco can win the ESC 2022.

Robert
Robert
9 months ago

Brividi or Ciao Ciao.. Love them both

Jenny
Jenny
9 months ago

Rkomi’s audience is younger and his fanbase comes mostly from the rap/trap/urban scene where Sanremo is still mostly seen as something old and it’s usually frowned upon to take part (thanks to Amadeus this is changing) so I’m not surprised that he’s getting a lot of streams but not as much televote support

Jenny
Jenny
9 months ago
Reply to  Jenny

Blanco and Rkomi’s audiences should be similar but in the last year Blanco has become more mainstream and he’s singing with Mahmood who is mainstream. The interesting thing is that Rkomi’s album Taxi Driver was actually the most sold one in 2021 (beating also Blanco’s Blu Celeste) but Blanco’s was more critically acclaimed and was the most talked about one last year so Blanco’s name became more mainstream and his songs got more attention in the radio. For example my mother knew who Blanco was before Sanremo but had no idea who Rkomi was because his songs get very little… Read more »

sasha
sasha
9 months ago

i think mahmood is super talented, but i’d rather someone new represent italy

lol
lol
9 months ago
Reply to  sasha

You’re acting like he’s alone. Blanco deserves to represent Italy as well this is his chance

Nordin
Nordin
9 months ago

Dove Si Balla is my winner, but I feel alone in that haha. Miele was also high up for me.

Thanos
Thanos
9 months ago
Reply to  Nordin

Both these songs you mentioned are very high in my list so I can understand you 🙂 .

Lele
Lele
9 months ago
Reply to  Nordin

I love Dove si balla, its in my top 3!!

Laimis
Laimis
9 months ago
Reply to  Nordin

It’s my favourite!!!

Thanos
Thanos
9 months ago

It’s always a great mystery which artists competing in Sanremo have also agreed going to Eurovision in the event of their victory. I know that no official announcement has been made but do we know of anyone who would like to go or anyone who has ruled it out?

Jenny
Jenny
9 months ago
Reply to  Thanos

The only ones we know are Iva Zanicchi who said that she’s not going and Emma who said that she already had her chance so it seems that she declined as well

Thanos
Thanos
9 months ago
Reply to  Jenny

I see. Hope everyone else wants to go to ESC. Emma’s song this year is much better than La Mia citta imo though so I am kinda sad she doesn’t want to try again.

nycforeverever
nycforeverever
9 months ago

My personal ranking is constantly changing, in the same way as scoreboard changing every evening haha. That’s why I love San Remo and it’s diversity. My personal top: Brividi/Virale (can’t decide between them) Chimica (up 1 place) Ciao Ciao (down 1 place) Elisa Noemi (after the second performance she suddenly climbed up to my top 5) Overall, results yesterday disappointed me. I liked that Brividi moved to 1st position but other changings were sad for me. Virale to my mind deservse to be at least in top 5. I don’t understand why Matteo is underestimated. Seeing LRDL falling to 9th… Read more »

Apollo
Apollo
9 months ago

Ouch. ‘Ciao Ciao’ tanked from #3 to #9. I guess their chances at winning are already gone.

Sonam
Sonam
9 months ago

Con la testa, con il petto, con il cuore
Ciao ciao

Octaviano
Octaviano
9 months ago

This song “Brividi” will make Italy win for the second time in a row!!
It’s fragile, rough and sexy at the same time, Love it!! Greets from the Netherlands

Lorena
Lorena
9 months ago

I am non Italian and absolutely love Brividi, maybe it’s because I am Spanish and we are close culturally. I think this San Remo is not being as good as other editions, but Brividi actually makes me shiver. I feel brividi :).

2022
9 months ago

Mahmoods song its not a winner. Its boring.

ESCalator
ESCalator
9 months ago

I like Mahmood & Blanco’s presence on stage, but I do not like how their voices sound in the falsetto range – not very pleasing to my ears! If Brividi was performed by someone like Duncan Laurence and Gjon’s Tears, who have amazing falsettos, it would be on another level…

OCTAVIANO
9 months ago
Reply to  ESCalator

Sorry with Duncan or Gjon the song gonna be still fragile but soft and too sweet… instead of sexy with a rough edge.like Mahmood and Blanco performed it at San Remo. Greets from the Netherlands

nycforeverever
nycforeverever
9 months ago

I also think yes.
Why wouldn’t Elisa take a chance to represent her country on the home soil, especially when she’s also internatioanlly oriented performer.
If Mahmood performed alone, I would question his decision to participate again but he’s performing with Blanco for whom it would be a very great experience. The guy is very talented and has potential to be successful internationally.

Simple
Simple
9 months ago

Out of all the ballads I find Irama’s to be the best one.

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago

after the incredible success brividi has been earning both here and internationally, it should objectively be our pick

Zoe
Zoe
9 months ago

I really hope Mahmood doesn’t win, I can’t stand his voice or his “songs”.

impressiveinstants
impressiveinstants
9 months ago

I can’t believe how underrated Chimica is. It’s so irreverent. I wouldn’t mind seeing Italy send something nuts for once.

Last edited 9 months ago by impressiveinstants
Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago

it’s very sagra della porchetta, it’s a song everyone enjoys but in a context like sanremo people would rather vote for something else

matt
matt
9 months ago

it’s clearly not a “sagra della porchetta” song, and I am not even a fan of them What a gratituous comment.

Ric
Ric
9 months ago

Definitely yes in both cases:
Elisa has always had a very international approach with her music, and I really struggle to believe she would miss this opportunity to showcase her abilities on an European scale.
About Mahmood, I don’t think that going to Eurovision once would represent a good reason for him not to go again, especially considering that Blanco hasn’t had this chance yet.
Final note: I believe also that the Maneskin effect will play a role in the interest of artists, after the impact of their victory, not to mention the possibility to represent Italy on home soil.

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago
Reply to  Ric

elisa would probably sing her song in english considering she definitely has an english version of her song in her upcoming bilingual album… and it’d end up sounding like the typical host country entry

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
9 months ago

Anybody from abroad wants to comment the performance of the guest star Cesare Cremonini? The rendition on TV was crazy and it costed the buttocks and back of a steadycamer who was falling on the stage. 🙂 Don’t worry, he is alive and safe.

Last edited 9 months ago by Vincenzo
Vincenzo
Vincenzo
9 months ago

100% televote to select the top 3, then 34% televote, 33% press votd and 33% demoscopic jury. I believe the votes will be cumulative from the previous shows.

matt
matt
9 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Votes are cumulative until top 3 is defined. After that, the voting system starts back from 0 with the percentages you’ve mentioned. So once you get at the top 3, it will really become thrilling

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
9 months ago
Reply to  matt

Yes. I agree.

Colin
Colin
9 months ago

I think that the previous results won’t matter in the superfinals, but I think that all groups are voting again. Not sure, though…

Nicomro
Nicomro
9 months ago

I join the global non Italian ESC fan opinion by being quite cold to brividi (even though i adore lots of songs from mahmood and i cherish his voice). I’am all the way for irama or sangiovanni, but i also like Noémi, ciao ciao, Matéo, Fabrizio and Miel. But irama… La Genesis del tuo colore is among my top 5 song ever. Like, ever, from anywhere, in 28 years. And la ragazza con il cuoro Di latte is top 20. I juste love love love his san Remo songs and this one, while being less striking for a non italian… Read more »

Aria
Aria
9 months ago
Reply to  Nicomro

I strongly believe that the Eurovision 2021 trophy was his for the taking. This year, he could have done a Lena and compete twice in a row.

matt
matt
9 months ago
Reply to  Aria

it it won in 2021 he would have never submitted a song for 2022.

Nicomro
Nicomro
9 months ago
Reply to  Aria

Yes !!! I was so confused on how this song couldnt win but hey, that’s the beauty and weirdness of music 🙂
That’s also a mixed feelings to know he Lost to the at theTime future ESC winners ahah. Even though i deeply love måneskin and zitti e buoni as well as i recognize they are fire and stupidly awesome

Last edited 9 months ago by Nicomro
Aria
Aria
9 months ago
Reply to  Nicomro

It absolutely should have won imo even though they forced him to quarantine for the final. Even his rehearsal footage was enough to be the best 🙂

Gippa
Gippa
9 months ago

People forget an important thing: Sanremo choose the artist, not automatically the song. For example if Elisa wins and accept to go to esc, I doubt she’ll bring this song. She wrote more than half of her songs in english and it comes easier for her to write in english, she’ll probably bring an english song with a message (like “no hero” or “toghether” for example). Mahmood & Blanco probably will bring this one (or write another one, but they’ll bring one that’s surely in italian). Irama can do bangers and if he’ll win I’m sure he’ll bring something different… Read more »

Jenny
Jenny
9 months ago
Reply to  Gippa

I’m not sure if they’re still allowed to change their song, they can translate it but I don’t think they can change it all together. When Nina Zilli made her choice Rai was still trying different things, now there are rules in Sanremo that are tied to Eurovision. Also, why anybody would change their song? If they thought they had a stronger song they would have competed in Sanremo with that

Gippa
Gippa
9 months ago
Reply to  Jenny

I think the rule still stand since at the after victory conference the press always ask the winner if they’re going to partecipate to esc and if they’ll bring that song (and artists will always reply “we’ll see” to the second question). Even last year Maneskin thought about bringing a song in english but decided to bring zitti e buoni instead. And it’s not a matter of better songs. Sanremo is not a selection for esc like the others, it’s for the italian market. These songs will be airplayed and will be in the top charts for months. Artists go… Read more »

AlexC
AlexC
9 months ago

This reminds me of Benidorm fest when so many people liked Rigo Van titty and I couldn’t understand why. Same goes with Brividi. An awful song sang by a popular singer. Definitely they won’t be winning ESC again with such a song but I guess to the Italian ears sounds melodic.

Christopher
Christopher
9 months ago
Reply to  AlexC

Nasty vitriolic troll. Wiwibloggs you need to moderate your comment section and ban hate-filled baiting comments that are more like stuff you read on twitter.

Jolk
Jolk
9 months ago
Reply to  Christopher

You are nasty. There is no hate in this comment at all. A negative opinion is as valid as someone’s opinion saying this song is perfect.

Zoe
Zoe
9 months ago
Reply to  AlexC

I agree with you.

Bububu
Bububu
9 months ago

Personally, I loved to see the show pick up the pace now that all the songs have to perform on the same night. Many songs grew on me last night, including the two obvious favorites to win. If I had to predict, I’d bet on Mahmood and Blanco winning this year’s contest and I do think that they have better chances of doing well at Eurovision than Elisa. That said, I personally prefer Elisa’s ballad. Really sad to see “Ciao ciao” slip all the way to 9th. In general, many of the more uptempo entries that I liked unfortunately suffered… Read more »

Colin
Colin
9 months ago

Sanremo is (as per usual) great. I fell asleep at midnight, so I can only praise the first half, but I believe that everyone did their best afterwards too. It seems like it’s gonna be between Mahmood & Blanco, and Elisa, which is cool, as I really like both songs. I would be leaning towards Irama being my winner at this point, though, but I cannot forget Michele Bravi, Noemi, LRDL, or Sangiovanni either. Fun fact: If Ciao ciao wins in Italy, Hasta la vista wins in Norway, and Do svidaniya wins in Romania, we’ll have three songs with the… Read more »

Thanos
Thanos
9 months ago

Sanremo is amazing this year! Every night it gets better and better. I think Irama is my personal winner at this point but I like more than half of the songs a lot. And the problem is that Brividi is not among these songs for me. Though Soldi was my 2019 Sanremo and ESC winner, I can’t connect with Brividi and frankly I would prefer someone else to win. Given the ranking up to now, I have my fingers crossed that Irama or Elisa can come on top but I understand that it’s difficult if not almost impossible given the… Read more »

Tom
Tom
9 months ago

Irama for the win!

Bunga Seroja
Bunga Seroja
9 months ago

after the third night, I still believe the one who should represents Italy in ESC 2022 is someone who never win the Sanremo before or at least never be in ESC before.. we have Irama, Michele, La Rappresentante di Lista who also did a good job last night.. Brividi is too perfect, it will better as an interval act in Grand Final ESC, rather than as a contestant.. but anyways Good luck to everyone

Last edited 9 months ago by Bunga Seroja
Jack Popfield
Jack Popfield
9 months ago

Elisa has to win imo, her song deeply affected me the most and she’s absolutely beautiful.

Brividi is nice but I feel it’s only getting hype due to Mahmood and hype of Italy winning on home soil, I’d rather have a first time represent Italy and not let ESC turn into some cinematic universe with all the same names and predictable outcomes through fan service over fresh new talent.

I also really like Gianni, Irama, Sangiovanni, Michele and D&R.

Sabrina
Sabrina
9 months ago

The results were great for one of my favorites (Mahmood & Blanco leaving Elisa behind) but devastating for the other (I assume La Rappresentante di Lista’s chances to get to the top 3 were crushed tonight). I was also expecting some public push to Noemi, but it seems she’ll be ignored this year. At this point, I guess everybody agrees that Mahmood & Blanco and Elisa are locks in the superfinal. Given Sangiovanni’s jump on the scoreboard from yesterday to today, I suppose he’ll benefit from the televote on the final night like Francesca & Fedez last year. I would… Read more »

Bunga Seroja
Bunga Seroja
9 months ago
Reply to  Sabrina

I would prefer Irama in the super final too!

ete sech
ete sech
9 months ago

At this point, it’s safe to assume that Brividi is going to win Sanremo. I gotta admit that I didn’t quite like it at first, but it’s been growing on me, it has this magical aura that I can’t explain 🙂
Still, I think it’d be nice if we had a surprising outcome, because it’s Sanremo after all and most entries are top notch! 😀

Sale
Sale
9 months ago

I will get downvoted but I must say, I find Elisa’s and Gianni’s song quite overrated

Last edited 9 months ago by Sale
Esc addict
Esc addict
9 months ago

At least Sangiovanni is in the top 5, I’m still hopeful but unfortunately for me because not being a fan of their song, it’s pretty safe to say that Mahmood and Bianco will win this festival so now the question is not who will win San Remo but who will go in Eurovision, will Mahmood want to go twice in Eurovision, will we have a refusal? And if not him who? For me Sangiovanni Irama or Emma could do the job in well representing the host country. Brividi has its success because of the San Remo effect and thanks Mahmood… Read more »

Last edited 9 months ago by Esc addict
Matt
Matt
9 months ago
Reply to  Esc addict

It’s nice that You have expressed Kindly your opinion but honestly here in Italy The level of love for This song goes well Beyond mahmood’s followers. It’s breaking all streaming records in two days and it is as if most of us found a song to be proud of, simularly to “fai rumore”.

Esc addict
Esc addict
9 months ago
Reply to  Matt

Ok at least I prefered Fai rumore, more impactful and in the context of the pandemic it was perfect, while Brividi as a non italian I don’t feel it.
But look at the millions of followers of Mahmood add to this the San Remo effect and you have forcefully streams records it’s not surprising, it’s mathematical, and imho even if the song is good or not it would be the same, something is biased for me because of that.
Ok their falsettos and harmonies are good but it’s not only that making a song, I need something more.

Last edited 9 months ago by Esc addict
matt
matt
9 months ago
Reply to  Esc addict

As far as I know, if the winner refuses Rai can freely choose the artist. So if Mahmood and Blanco win and refuse, in my opinion there are high chances for LA rappresentante di lista to get selected

Last edited 9 months ago by matt
Jo.
Jo.
9 months ago

Don’t think it will win sanremo, but ciao ciao would be just a perfect esc entry for Italy. It’s fun and charming without losing quality, it has that catchy element we’ve seen in most recent Italian entries, and strong enough to safely get into the top 10. Could even open the grand final…

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago
Reply to  Jo.

“safely get into the top 10” italy’s standards should be higher than that at this point lol… i love ciao ciao and it would do well but brividi is objectively the best italy could do.

Sonam
Sonam
9 months ago

I feel it’s the other way around. Brividi would be the safe top 10. Emotional ballad sung by a stellar duo. Don’t underestimate Ciao ciao’s chances for more than that at ESC. It’s super uplifting, ultra addictive and still classy as an Italian. Plus LRDL look very eurofan friendly

Jo.
Jo.
9 months ago

host country getting a top 10 finish, kinda rare these days

Kredential
Kredential
9 months ago

Looks like Mahmood & Blanco and Elisa are guaranteed to be in the top 3, with the last spot going to Gianni Morandi/Irama/Sangiovanni. Unfortunately it looks like Ciao Ciao is out, as tonight’s drop means it doesn’t have much support from the demoscopic and televote.

Ben
Ben
9 months ago

Very good result! Unfortuantely second year in a row televoters does not seem to click with RDL even though both Amare and Ciao Ciao are great songs! What a good year for Sanremo though, so many good songs! The stand out for me is Mahmood and Blanco, the song is modern and yet timeless, has huge hit potential and is just beautiful. Elisa is the competition, also a very beautiful and powerful and timeless song. I prefer Mahmood since the performance delivers more passion but that’s just my taste. I hope Irama ends up in the superfinal, he deserves it… Read more »

Aria
Aria
9 months ago

This is going to be an exciting top 3 voting on Saturday.

Chris
Chris
9 months ago

It seems like Sangiovanni has big supporting fandom among the televoters…. From 13th yesterday, 5th today… I am extremey stressed about Ciao, Ciao now….

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago
Reply to  Chris

he was probably 3rd in televoting as he has a huge fanbase support from his recent success. he’d be getting even more televotes if it wasn’t for fellow amici fad aka7even stealing some of them from fangirls.

Irishesc
Irishesc
9 months ago

I love mahmood &blanco and irama songs if one of them wins I can see Italy winning eurovision for the 2nd time in the 21st century

Chris
Chris
9 months ago
Reply to  Irishesc

Not with these songs… Europe don’t vote for Italian ballads usually. They are looking for something different from them.

Irishesc
Irishesc
9 months ago
Reply to  Chris

Show me evidence I might believe you plus ballads have won eurovision in the past

Chris
Chris
9 months ago
Reply to  Irishesc

I am referring to italian ballads specifically. People are supporting and remembering Italy for the diverse acts of 2019,2017,2015,2018 and of course 2021. 2016 with an italian ballad was the last time Italy got a non-top 10 result.

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago
Reply to  Chris

this simplistic mindset gives away a low iq score… sending you love.

Matt
Matt
9 months ago
Reply to  Chris

The last time Italy brought a proper ballad (excluding Diodato of course) was 2013 and lots of things have happened since then. So i would not be so sure that Europe Won’t vote for it.

Last edited 9 months ago by Matt
Chris
Chris
9 months ago
Reply to  Matt

It was on 2016…

matt
matt
9 months ago
Reply to  Chris

Would not call it a ballad, and certainly not an Italian-style ballad