After 30 years away from Eurovision, Luxembourg is making its triumphant return. And on Saturday evening it chose its artist through the Luxembourg Song Contest 2024.

Eight acts battled it out for the right to be Luxembourg’s first Eurovision entrant since 1993.

The show took place at the Rockhal concert hall in Esch-sur-Alzette, with four hosts guiding us through proceedings: Désirée Nosbusch, Melody Funck, Raoul Roos, and Loïc Juchem.

And in the end it was Tali who won the night with her song “Fighter.”

The 23-year-old artist lives in New York, where she works as a vocal coach and music teacher. Since the release of her EP, lose you, in 2021, she has been touring the city with her band. She left her home country to pursue a career as an actress in musicals such as Les Misérables.

Luxembourg Song Contest 2024

Results

Two rounds of voting took place during the show. On both occasions, the results were determined 50% by jury vote and 50% by public vote.

After the first round of voting, three acts moved onto the super-final. They were…

Joel Marques – “Believer”

Krick – “Drowning In The Rain”

Tali – “Fighter”

The public and jury then voted again to decide the winner. The final result was…

  1. Tali – “Fighter” (178 points)
  2. Krick – “Drowning In The Rain” (165 points)
  3. Joel Marques – “Believer” (136 points)

 

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Jesse O'Rourke
Jesse O'Rourke
2 months ago

definitely a qualifier !

vetrina
vetrina
2 months ago

she wasn’t the favourite to win! the president of the jury was Israeli, she is also Israeli…I let you make your assumptions!

Kari
Kari
2 months ago
Reply to  vetrina

Get in lost. You are toxic and biased you need a doctor.

Despicable Annie
Despicable Annie
2 months ago

Great winner, Luxembourg might actually qualify!

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago

Maybe If Izrael Buys Sim Cards , Wich Is Possible . They Can Ask There Killer Friend Azerbuyjan For Adwice On How

Kari
Kari
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

RUBBISH.

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
2 months ago

I think it will qualify, although we don’t know the competition yet. But the song, performance and staging make it a qualifier candidate. Welcome back Lëtzebuerg!

Archie
Archie
2 months ago

Luxemburg will qualify & in a couple of years they will win again too. Tali’s song is too generic to my taste, but hey, this is what die-hard fans & the Eurovision gods like, so… this year Luxemburg will definitely qualify.
Let’s see in March if Luxemburg can beat Greece & qualify for the football Euro cup as well!

Bettie
Bettie
2 months ago

So far I think, all female songs are a bit the same. I still can’t pick a winner for 2024

Grft
Grft
2 months ago

I believe Krick would have ended in the top10 in Malmo. Classy, well sung- the jury would have loved her like Alika last year. But well, even if the song is average, hope Tali qualifies.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

Why did you lock the comments and replies to the Iceland discussion page? We cannot speak there now. That’s literally removing free speech.

Please unlock it now.

Alex
Alex
2 months ago

Unlocking it is like reopening the gates to hell.

David
David
2 months ago

your freedom of speech has not been removed, but the owner of a blog doesn’t need to give you a platform

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
2 months ago

Because people were being stupid

Yuarith
Yuarith
2 months ago

As much as I would’ve loved to put my two cents there, the discussion was already derailed and it was getting very deranged when I got there.

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
2 months ago

I was shocked this morning when I heard this song won. Rewatched the show, and there were much better choices. Both ballads are great, Joel was a good choice. This song is weak, it gives mid 2000s ESC filler vibe. Tali is charismatic, dancers are fine, but that’s it. They had at least 3 safe Q in the selection and they chose a song which can be NQ. I can’t get it.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Ultima Thule

Joel’s song is the weakest NF song I’ve seen so far…

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
2 months ago

It’s not spectacular but I feel he was better than Tali. I would choose Krick, there won’t be many ballads this year.

Sebas
Sebas
2 months ago

When will people realize how unlikeable theyre making themselves by spinning this into some Jewish win? Y’all are unbelievable. No one is joining your Palestinian cause with that horrific attitude all of y’all have. Anyway Luxembourg had a very strong national final! Great production.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Sebas

I’m pro-Palestine and I LOVE Tali! I think she’s a great singer and the fact ONE parent of hers is Israeli doesn’t bother me. It’s the Israeli government I have issue with, not the people anyway.

Mark
Mark
2 months ago

I’ve heard she’s made some undesirable comments about Palestinians.

Kari
Kari
2 months ago
Reply to  Mark

You have red some toxic Finns gossip about? They lie.

Zanoni
Zanoni
2 months ago
Reply to  Sebas

The music this year has been so good, and yet the discourse threatens to make this whole season unbearable.

Voice_Of_Reason
Voice_Of_Reason
2 months ago

The production is a bit messy and so is the choreography. An unimpressive return from Luxembourg.

Nitzan
Nitzan
2 months ago

This was my choice as well. Fresh, catchy and well performed. Gives me some Noa vibes and the French adds a lot. For me, Krick’s song should have been sung in French, would have been more appropriate for Luxemburg and given it that certain “Je ne sais quoi” it needed to win. I think it’s a worthy comeback foe Luxemburg and all that’s left is to perfect the live show and live vocals, especially towards the end. But her voice and stage presence are great. Good luck!

Jojo
Jojo
2 months ago

Karma was working overtime. congratulations Tali. We’ll deserved .So by the time Icland and Irland and few artists expressed their opinion, calling the EBU to band istael from participating they got a talented beautiful Israeli to represent Luxemburg .now instead of 1 there are 2. . Tali was born in Jerusalem to an Israeli mother and Jewish father from Peru and she speaks fluent Hebrew .
Good luck Tali.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Jojo

I didn’t realise her father was Jewish? Is that a fact for sure? Anyway it doesn’t matter. In pro-Palestine and I love the song – music first! The politics is to do with the government not the people!

Bettie
Bettie
2 months ago
Reply to  Jojo

A very mediocre song and that’s what I judge.

Yuarith
Yuarith
2 months ago
Reply to  Jojo

Orgullo peruano

Fatima
Fatima
2 months ago

Preferred Naomi but Tali was a worthy winner and we already know she has the personality to make an impact in Malmo. The show itself was great. The highlight for me was that Anne-Marie David was given pride of place. She deserved that with her great support for the contest and its fans, though it would have been neat if, after 40 years, Herryes had also performed. I worry that we might get a “super-final” format in the main contest one day.

Itchymonkey
Itchymonkey
2 months ago

Sadly another generic pop song that will be average in result. Krick had class and something to work with in staging at least. This well the results will show in may

Ria NL
Ria NL
2 months ago

I like the song from Tali but Krick was my favorite

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago

knew it, and not because of her family roots, but girl who went to a prestigious private school in New York (Marymount School to be precise, also says so on her wikipedia page) studied musical theatre there, you got a huge advantage over the rest of these other contestants in this NF, i like Fighter, i like that they celebrate their comeback with a bit of french language either, she has a nice voice, nice own style, very good performing skills, i wish her the best of luck in Malmo her father is peruvian jewish (is a businessman, for his… Read more »

Stephanie
Stephanie
2 months ago

I had hoped Naomi Ayé would win cause I really liked her song…But it is what it is. And after all Fighter is not that bad.

Kobe
Kobe
2 months ago

Is this the best Luxembourg had to offer after 31 years of absence?

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
2 months ago
Reply to  Kobe

Yes, apparently! A cute energetic pop song in French – English, can’t find anything wrong with that.

MartyMcCu
MartyMcCu
2 months ago

Don’t get me wrong, but the song and performance are excellent, and this might do very well in May. It’s very catchy and appealing, and I like the singer and her performance. However, I question on a moral basis, isn’t it in bad taste for Luxembourg to send an Israeli with a song titled ‘Fighter’? Come on now, are we trying to rub something in here? Just seems ironically the wrong title for current events. Regardless of affiliation and politics, I really hope this isn’t a propaganda tool using Luxembourg as a launch pad. I really hope this is plain… Read more »

Tino
Tino
2 months ago
Reply to  MartyMcCu

I really think it’s not intentional. Apart from the title, there’s nothing in the lyrics to give the impression that there’s a hidden message in this song.
Anyway, if there is an israeli born singer for which I could vote it’s TALI and certainly not the one representing Israel.

MartyMcCu
MartyMcCu
2 months ago
Reply to  Tino

Agree with your comment. 🙂

Maiyoko
Maiyoko
2 months ago
Reply to  MartyMcCu

Why people don’t talk about this israel relate weeks ago? Now she won and people try to do this? I don’t get it

Jojo
Jojo
2 months ago
Reply to  MartyMcCu

You know ,only someone with criminal mind can think of this conspiracy theory style connection.
So your saying that any presence of an Israeli/ Jewish in esc 2024 is problematic moraly?
To me it sounds like antisemitism in disguise.
Tali’s parents are Jewish, her mother is Israeli, her father is Peruvian. She left Israel when.she was 5 months old cause of hers dad’s job . She grew up in Argentina and Luxemburg and correctly she lives in NYC and study music theater and btw she is a citizen of Luxemburg but honestly none of this is your business.

MartyMcCu
MartyMcCu
2 months ago
Reply to  Jojo

You are addressing the wrong person here mate, especially when you’re talking to someone who is also Jewish. Call me whatever, there are people like me who think morally what is right and what is wrong.

Max Spencer
Max Spencer
2 months ago
Reply to  MartyMcCu

I don’t know how old you are but you must have a lot of time on your hands to come up with this absurd antisemitic theory.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  MartyMcCu

How do you know she isn’t a Palestinian supporter? She could be pro-peace and moved away to avoid the politics rather than pursue music in Israel.

Koenich
Koenich
2 months ago
Reply to  MartyMcCu

Not as clear as Iceland is using a Palestine in their NF for political reasons.

Henry
Henry
2 months ago

Makes me that much stronger, makes me work a little bit harder……… She probably didn’t wanna become the XX-th “Warrior” at Eurovision, hence the use of a synonym.

Ressay
2 months ago

Why aren’t wiwiblogs talking about Iceland songs? Does it have to be for any specific song?

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  Ressay

Maybe it’ll show up tomorrow? Or maybe they’re waiting for the English language versions of some of the songs to show up? I looked at the RUV channel and so far y only have the Icelandic language song versions up.

Max
Max
2 months ago
Reply to  Ressay

Oh man, give them time to react and write!

Teddi
Teddi
2 months ago

I absolutely loved this song, so far my favorite, but I am deeply saddened now that I learned she’s a Zio*ist and supports the state of I**ael. Such a shame, but I cannot support this song since it’s conflicting with me beliefs.

Californian
Californian
2 months ago
Reply to  Teddi

I cannot support any song that’s pro-Palestine.

KaarijaEnthusiast
KaarijaEnthusiast
2 months ago
Reply to  Teddi

Get a grip. You don’t get to listen to a song you like due just to upkeep your little snowflake narrative, you’re the only one losing out.

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  Teddi

Ignore The Izrael Gowrment Bots DownWoting You . You Are Right

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  Teddi

Izrae Gowerment Pays A Lot Of Monies To Propagandaise The Eurowision Comunity

Nitzan
Nitzan
2 months ago
Reply to  Teddi

And I am deeply saddened by hatred and ignorance. Glad she won.

jercle
jercle
2 months ago

If Luxembourg wins again (and it won’t be in 2024 I’m afraid), Desiree Nosbusch would have to return as ESC host. I thought she was great tonight. She was breath of fresh air back in ’84 and she’d be the same in 2026 or beyond.

jercle
jercle
2 months ago
Reply to  jercle

Oh, and I really hope RTL opens up its archives to celebrate its return. I’d love to see high-quality versions of ’73 and ’84.

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
2 months ago
Reply to  jercle

Indeed, she was fantastic!

jercle
jercle
2 months ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

I never expected that the star of national final season 2024 (so far) would be the woman who hosted the contest 40 years ago.

Paul
Paul
2 months ago

A welcome return to the competition but this song is generic Eurovision pop. It’s not going to pull up trees but it should qualify for the final and get enough votes for a respectable finish, which will encourage Lux to return again.

LeSerg
LeSerg
2 months ago
Reply to  Paul

Better than Bambie for sure

Paul
Paul
2 months ago
Reply to  LeSerg

Gonna have to disagree there mate.

jercle
jercle
2 months ago
Reply to  Paul

The more I think about last night’s show, the more I think it was less about finding a Eurovision winner, and more about RTL declaring “If we win this in the future, we are more than capable of hosting.” Perhaps it was an audition if a proxy host is needed again in the future?

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
2 months ago

Great to see that the best song and the best performance of the night won! Luxembourg’s comeback looks promising.

vetrina
vetrina
2 months ago

the chorus in english is unnecessary

LeSerg
LeSerg
2 months ago
Reply to  vetrina

It’s okay tho you clearly do not really feel the language change it is fluid

Zanoni
Zanoni
2 months ago

The NF was very attractive, and Luxembourg picked a good song with qualification potential. It feels like a win. It’s just a shame they passed over a great song with even more potential.

LeSerg
LeSerg
2 months ago
Reply to  Zanoni

There were 2 amazing songs with different vibes it was a hard choice tbh also for me I loved both. Tali is fresh and modern and the French language makes the song special also those fast phrases sound amazing. Krick had that beautiful ballad but the staging was kinda non existent and I think that was the problem.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
2 months ago

Eslovenia 10/12
Francia 9/12
Irlanda 7/12
Luxemburgo 6/12
Chequia 4/12
Albania 2/12

Gil
Gil
2 months ago

12 points from israel, but not because tali is an israeli, because thats a really beautifull song and her voice sounds increfible…good luck!

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
2 months ago

Luxemburgo 6/12

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
2 months ago

First i don’t dislike. However i don’t think it will give Luxembourg their 6th victory either. That said there is something distinctive that leans towards France even though sung in English. Good performance and well staged

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
2 months ago

I was so happy when Luxembourg announced their return! We need fresh blood, so to see them come back was an absolute joy… ….then the songs were released. Oh boy 🙁 I didnt watch the show as I just wasn’t invested in Luxembourgs selection. I find it quite surprising that they’ve been away from Eurovision for 30 or so years and they come back with so much vanilla. Although out of the vanilla, I was immediate drawn to Tali’s ‘Fighter’ which to me, was the best of the bunch. So as mych as I’m disappointed at the selection this year,… Read more »

Dane
Dane
2 months ago
Reply to  AMAAN STORM

their national final was so well made and they are back to get the crown

LeSerg
LeSerg
2 months ago
Reply to  Dane

Like I agree it was the best show by far I witnessed from a Eurovision National Selection. Like Luxembourg is smaller than my backyard (that I don’t have btw :)( and they managed to put on a show better than Ireland, Czechia or others that will come did or will do.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

Tali ‘What the f’ Golergant ‘the Fighter’, Destroyer of trophies.

Nisse Hult
Nisse Hult
2 months ago

Désirée Nosbusch was great in 1984 and she was great now, fourty years later. She’s one of my favourite hosts of all time.

Alex
Alex
2 months ago

Can we talk about Désirée Nosbusch and Raoul? Both great hosts and highlights of the show. Wow! Can we please have them as permanent hosts? Maybe one of them should be the spokesperson to announce the jury votes!

brunowskii
brunowskii
2 months ago

First: Kindly and necessary thanks for your return Luxembourg!!!
What a great show… perfect and stylish perfomance, in all the ways: design, presenters, postcards, performances, stage, storytelling. It was all worth an ESC final. Hope I can enjoy your participation for a long long time and see your 6th championship. Congrats Tali… certainly you will do great at Malmö’s final!

Mark dowd
Mark dowd
2 months ago

Krick’s chances were ended by the jury vote: Tali won seven out of eight. Krick had a pretty song, sung competently but it was static and too one dimensional for the international juries. Tali’s vibrancy and energy gave her a better chance of selling the song. Fair result.

Alex
Alex
2 months ago
Reply to  Mark dowd

Krick had a very boring presentation and a generic ballad which would not stand out in Malmo.

LeSerg
LeSerg
2 months ago
Reply to  Mark dowd

The staging was the problem like who was in charge. I am pissed with an epic staging Krick could have won also the juries

Catriona
Catriona
2 months ago
Reply to  Mark dowd

If it was so bad, why did she win the televote?

Denis
Denis
2 months ago
Reply to  Catriona

International fans

Ari
Ari
2 months ago

Icelandic songs are on YouTube. Let’s just say the music definitely wont bring Eurovision to Reykjavik next year. It’s a very weak selection.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  Ari

I’ll judge for myself.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Ari

I would have internally selected Hatari. That’s worth the first place.

Dane
Dane
2 months ago
Reply to  Ari

Uhm if Iceland wants to win they can just let the Palestinian guy win

zach
zach
2 months ago
Reply to  Dane

his song is a nothing burger unfortunately

Dane
Dane
2 months ago
Reply to  zach

the song is not good, but he will get pity votes

Ari
Ari
2 months ago
Reply to  Dane

Unfortunately.

Dane
Dane
2 months ago
Reply to  Ari

I agree, but if Iceland wanna win it’s their chance 😉

Ari
Ari
2 months ago
Reply to  Dane

And it would be the most pathetic win ever. But even if the Eurovision televote was stupid enough to go for it, juries could still bury it.

Nils
Nils
2 months ago
Reply to  Ari

Which, with Bashar’s so-so song, they’d definitely do. Anyone betting on Iceland basically already lost that money.

On an more positive note: All of these songs are very modern and really well produced. Unfortunately, they all lack something, too.

Melissa
Melissa
2 months ago
Reply to  Ari

I don’t understand how you have this much hate in your heart for someone you’ve never met, who’s never done anything to you. You’re really this scared of a Gay Palestinian doing well?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago
Reply to  Melissa

Ari is entitled of his own opinion tbh

Scotty
Scotty
2 months ago
Reply to  Ari

Jury will definitely kill it off if it’s chosen there’s no way a juror would have that in their top 10

Maiyoko
Maiyoko
2 months ago
Reply to  Ari

Lol, see them winning in May.

Alex
Alex
2 months ago

OMG the best song of the night won. But how come it did not win the televoting?

Krick’s performance was boring and the song bland. Plus it was fully in English!

Glad to hear French in ‘Fighter’. Tali is very talented, stage presence, great live vocals <3 did not like the outfits but it’s fine, they can change everything for Malmo.

Dardust produced the song by the way!!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Alex

It was close by a point!

Alex
Alex
2 months ago

i know but still surprising! Why did Krick’s English ballad attract votes more than Tali’s which was the fan favourite? Maybe Krick had bigger local support?

Denis
Denis
2 months ago
Reply to  Alex

Because international fans voted for Krick

Raphael
Raphael
2 months ago

*My TOP 6 of the “Eurovision Song Contest 2024” entries (so far, updated):*

1. France – “Mon Amour” (9.5/10)
2. Luxembourg – “Fighter” (7.5/10)
3. Slovenia – “Veronika” (7/10)
4. Albania – “Zemrën N’dorë” (6.5/10)
5. Ireland – “Doomsday Blue” (5/10)
6. Czechia – “Pedestral” (4/10)

Denis
Denis
2 months ago

Shout out to the crew, it was a very well produced show. Great hosts, fun guests, good music. Luxembourg is not here to joke around, they are ready to host even!
As for the winner, it was clear from the start that Tali would win. Good modern song, catchy hook, great staging. Looking forward their further journey!

Louka
Louka
2 months ago

Congrats Tali ! I like the fact that Luxembourg chose a partly French song for their big comeback. Drowning in the rain would have well pursued the powerful female ballad tradition of the country at Eurovision, but Fighter’s performance tonight felt very polished and I’m sure will serve a great base for the ultimate show in May.

Dida
Dida
2 months ago

The song is meh, although she’s a great singer. I think it’s a NQ…

Dane
Dane
2 months ago
Reply to  Dida

there is no way it will be a NQ

Yana Valladares
Yana Valladares
2 months ago

So happy that every time I get to vote, my favourite wins 😀 Good luck Tali and Luxembourg delegation.

Efthymios
Efthymios
2 months ago

*My TOP 6 of the “Eurovision Song Contest 2024” entries (so far, updated):*

1. Ireland – “Doomsday Blue” (9.5/10) (I’m loving this mastepiece, don’t judge me lol).
2. Slovenia – “Veronika” (9/10)

3. Czechia – “Pedestral” (7/10)

NEW: 4. Luxembourg – “Fighter” (6.5/10)

5. France – “Mon Amour” (6.5/10)

6. Albania – “Zemrën N’dorë” (4.5/10)

Marcin
Marcin
2 months ago

New slop just dropped. I don’t understand what is the point of returning to the contest if you are just going to serve us mediocrity. Bye Bye Luxembourg, it’s not like your chances of qualifying were high beforehand.

Angelique
Angelique
2 months ago
Reply to  Marcin

Sorry but it’s your first time in ESC??
Because in Eurovision can happen a lot! And that’s why Eurovision is beautiful. Nothing is over before the semis.

Who expected Fuego to reach 2nd place. Before semi finals wasn’t even in the top 5 of the bets. Or Estonia last year, very good results from an okay song
And other examples

Marcin
Marcin
2 months ago
Reply to  Angelique

LOL, keep living in your delusions.

Angelique
Angelique
2 months ago
Reply to  Marcin

Same!
If you think this song, which is very pleasant and with potential, is de facto NQ before you even watch the live semi-final, then okay, whatever you believe

brunowskii
brunowskii
2 months ago
Reply to  Marcin

Sorry. But you don’t seem to be a Eurovision fan. Or you don’t understand it yet. Just grow babe!

Marcin
Marcin
2 months ago
Reply to  brunowskii

I have been watching the Eurovision Song Contest since 2006, so I definitely understand the contest better than you kiddo.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
2 months ago
Reply to  Marcin

I’ve been watching Eurovision since 1986, and I can tell you that Luxembourg were a powerhouse until they decided to leave the ESC to others.

Unfortunately they’ve come back with a lot of vanilla this year, but the best of the bunch won, and its a pleasant if not safe effort. Its definitely not bad at all. Hopefully next year they’ll find their rhythm and slowly start putting forward some grit and substance. But for now this is a good song , just safe.

Marcin
Marcin
2 months ago
Reply to  AMAAN STORM

I hope you are right, still I feel Fighter might struggle this year as it is nothing to write home about. But if I had to choose which country qualifies for the final, I would pick Luxembourg over Ireland and Slovenia any day.

Milla
Milla
2 months ago
Reply to  AMAAN STORM

A powerhouse once.. just like Ireland. Doesn’t mean a thing these days.

Dane
Dane
2 months ago
Reply to  Marcin

don’t worry this song will qualify for the final so easily

Ferrari Fish
Ferrari Fish
2 months ago

I prefer Krick but her song sounded too much like Rottatouille or Bond movie.

Maybe Tali is better for Europavision.

brunowskii
brunowskii
2 months ago
Reply to  Ferrari Fish

I thought the same. Krick’ song was awesome…. I could hear it at some Bond movie. How good to see Luxembourg coming back with nice options

Knut Olav
Knut Olav
2 months ago

Yes, best song won! Good luck in Malmo Tali!

past
past
2 months ago

I mean, it’s not a bad song. But it’s also not an especially good song. It’s a bit bland imo. Would have preferred Krick but it is what it is ?

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
2 months ago

My fav of the night were Angy and Rafa Ela so a bit didappointed but otherwise Tali did a good job too so deserved victory, good luck to her, good luck to Luxembourg.
The show was nice, very swedish obviously, with sweden self satisfaction of course, but a bit too long though.
The thing I’ve noted it’s the blatant lack of real stagings and props in all the performances, it was a swedish production and usually they are pretty strong when it comes to staging so it’s surprising.

Angelique
Angelique
2 months ago

Do you what happened with Angy and Rafa ?
Because the sponsor has a message from them, but I didn’t catch it

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
2 months ago
Reply to  Angelique

No sorry I don’t know, I didn’t notice that

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Angelique

I saw it at the bottom after the results had confirmed they wouldn’t be in the superfinal and I got really confused.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

Tali had good staging – that’s why her song stood out as well.

Fatima
Fatima
2 months ago

I think it’s sad that the other five acts were cut out completely. They should have had their moment to receive some points, and there was time to do that. I want to know who was fourth. With 26 songs and 43 juries you need to rush, but not with eight songs and eight juries.
And Christer, please don’t introduce a superfinal in Malmo.