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A new Söngvakeppnin champion has emerged during the grand final of the 2024 edition. Hera Björk clinched the title with her song “Scared of Heights”.

This year’s show has severed its ties as the official selection for Eurovision. However, Hera, who previously represented Iceland in 2010, will get to decide whether she wants to sing for Iceland in Malmö.

Söngvakeppnin 2024: Grand final results

The grand final had two rounds. After all five acts had performed, a 50:50 split of votes from an international jury and the public at home determined two acts to advance to the superfinal. These were:

  • Hera Björk – “Scared of Heights”
  • Bashar Murad – “Wild West”

In the superfinal, the final result was all down to the public. They got another chance to vote, and these new votes were combined with those cast during the first round. Ultimately, Hera Björk emerged victorious.

Running order

  1. Væb – “Bíómynd”
  2. Hera Björk – “Scared of Heights”
  3. Anita – “Downfall”
  4. Bashar Murad – “Wild West”
  5. Sigga Ózk – “Into the Atmosphere”

What are your thoughts on the Söngvakeppnin 2024 result? Did Iceland make the correct decision? Let us know in the comments below.

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AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago

The song itsself is not bad, and I’m enjoying it as a stand-alone song where I can switch my mind off for a few minutes and dance around the apartment whilst doing some cleaning. Unfortunately it’s not for Eurovision. Its going to badly get swallowed up and forgotten in the Semi’s, and that kills me because I love Hera Björk so much! The only chance Iceland have is if they do a revamp, and strip away the dance elements, and go full on ‘The Mama’s’ with the revamp, taking it in the direction of a soaring gospel anthem instead. Hera… Read more »

Karl
Karl
1 month ago

lol enjoy your NQ, Iceland

Devito
Devito
1 month ago

One would say Iceland made the right choice by going soft, but not me. You have Poland, Serbia, and Slovenia on that list for the SF1 already. Not to mention, you can include Moldova in the same group as well, probably either Azerbaijan or Portugal too. I’d say… welcome to the non-qualification, Iceland? I don’t see how this generic and dated song could stand out even with the most impressive staging in a televote-only semi.

Dismayed
Dismayed
1 month ago

I’m probably going to regret writing anything at all, but just for the record, almost everybody commenting here has been terrible. No matter how you feel about Bashar Murad or a certain other country. You’re all acting like children. Yes, even those I theoretically should agree with (although my own personal positions are insubstantial to this). What seems like one good artist lost, and what seems like one good artist won. All of you should be ashamed of yourselves.

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  Dismayed

I’m afraid it’s like this on every thread. Petulant little children stamping their feet. I agree 100% but sadly these people feel no shame. A few of them have one agenda; to turn the narrative to the same topic and engage in a battle of intolerant words. Persevere. There are more contributors like us who want to share our thoughts and are interested in those of others and are capable of exchanging views in a civilised and friendly manner than it might appear. And never regret expressing your opinion.

Zanoni
Zanoni
1 month ago

Not my cup of tea. If it wasn’t going to be Bashar, then Sigga’s effervescent pop song would have been my pick

Fast Food Music Lover
Fast Food Music Lover
1 month ago

Congrats Hera! I wasn’t paying too much attention to her song but now that I listened to it a couple of times, it is actually pretty good.

It’s a upsetting that Bashar did not win but kudos to Iceland for having enough faith in him to put him into the superfinal.

Eyal
Eyal
1 month ago

It’s a nice song. I admit it’s the kind of typical song people expect to find in Eurovision, and we’ve heard it all before. But it has some advantages: Hera is an experienced singer compared to many other participants. Her performance is very “clean”, no dancers around her, the focus is on her. This is a smart decision when there are so many messy acts which are “more of the same”.
I don’t think she will be top 10 but she can almost reach it, she can grab 1-3 points from many countries.

Kevan1994
Kevan1994
1 month ago

Wiwibloggs, your comment sections are allowing blatant discrimination. Deal with it. It is unacceptable for you to permit people calling Bashar an antisemitic terrorist with no accountability. Do better. Now.

Samo
Samo
1 month ago
Reply to  Kevan1994

Don’t support antisemitic terrorists and you won’t be called an antisemitic terrorist.

israeli pov
israeli pov
1 month ago
Reply to  Kevan1994

reality bites…go cry to your mom..

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
1 month ago
Reply to  israeli pov

“but sir, my mom lies under the rubles from that appartment block we used to live what got bombed.
And theres nothing left of it.
Please can you help us………………..”end of quote

Reality bites.

israeli pov
israeli pov
1 month ago
Reply to  Fizzpunk

lol…next time tell to your mom not to send her sons to rape and kill woman…

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  israeli pov

I know you have no shame but you should be censured for writing this disgusting comment.

israeli pov
israeli pov
1 month ago
Reply to  Lawrence Gibb

It’s the truth…they raped and killed woman’s and men’s. Don’t believe me ? Read the UN report published today..

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  israeli pov

I’m not denying what has happened including what’s in the same report regarding the IDF and potential crimes. I’m saying that using that as a response to someone on this platform is disgusting and does a disservice to victims. I don’t expect you to understand you clearly can’t put a coherent sentence together.

israeli pov
israeli pov
1 month ago
Reply to  Lawrence Gibb

i really got under your skin

lol

TheChosenPeople
TheChosenPeople
1 month ago

Where are you Wiwibloggs staff? You were so hyped to announce that Israel’s participation at Eurovision is in doubt, but once it’s confirmed that WE DO participate – complete silence. You are bunch of hypocrites. Next year when Eurovision will be held in Israel, you are not invited.

Vladimir P
Vladimir P
1 month ago

It’s Sunday. Don’t you think Wiwi people deserve at least one day per week off?

poe-tay-toe-chips
poe-tay-toe-chips
1 month ago

…The EBU still has time to turn that around. Until I hear them explicitly say that yes, they can perform with some song, then I’m not calling Israel a sure thing.

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago

That’s what makes me so suspicious of the whole mess. The EBU hasn’t made any official statement either way.

Alecs
Alecs
1 month ago

Are you ok?

Thanos
Thanos
1 month ago

What does you nickname here imply?

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  Thanos

Arrogance.

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
1 month ago

hey pumpkin, you just posted this:
TheChosenPeople
1 hour ago
Reply to  Kevan1994
Unlucky for you, they can’t fight the truth.

In the next post you are going full steam at it.

if ESC 25 will be held in Israel you will have 3 other candidates to attend: Belarus, Russia and Azerbijan.

Hallelulia drop another bomb before you can sing a song!!

PEACE NOW

Samo
Samo
1 month ago

Good luck to Israel, despite all the challenges. I hope for a great result for you guys, you deserve a bit of a moral boost after all this stuff going on.

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago

The song is pretty awful

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  Andrew

How do you know?

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago
Reply to  Lawrence Gibb

Umm, cos I listened to it…

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  Andrew

What I meant was where is it available for you to listen to? Duh!!!!

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago
Reply to  Lawrence Gibb

YouTube. Have you heard of it?

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  Andrew

Gosh no! Is that a radio station that you have exclusive access to, where you can base your qualitative definitive judgement on a 50 second clip ???

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago
Reply to  Lawrence Gibb

Are you high

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  Andrew

Discussion over. I see you don’t get sarcasm.

Greg B.
Greg B.
1 month ago
Reply to  Lawrence Gibb

Agreed. This was probably composed in ’94, it sounds so outdated..

Eve
Eve
1 month ago

Queen Hera.
I was present that year at ESC she sang Je ne sais quoi and supported her with a little Icelandic flag.

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Eve

WoW!!! She was EPIC with that song!!

She oozes good old fashioned ESC Class and Style!!
Indeed a true Queen.

Many older demografhic will love her song!!

Anna Banana
Anna Banana
1 month ago

Did somebody actually root for Bashar‘s Song? Did y‘all liked it?

poe-tay-toe-chips
poe-tay-toe-chips
1 month ago
Reply to  Anna Banana

I liked his song. But even if he weren’t there…Iceland picked off her name, not off of song quality. There were better songs there aside from Bashar’s.

Tipi Tii
Tipi Tii
1 month ago

This is NOT true. Hera has previously participated but did NOT win. So…

snowflake
snowflake
1 month ago
Reply to  Anna Banana

i liked bashars song, but i did not root for him

Héctor
Héctor
1 month ago

The song is quite bland and dated, but the general level of the final, after leaving better options in the SFs, was very low. It’s obvious Iceland stands no chance of getting into the Grand Final.

I am glad, though, that Icelanders didn’t fall for a political song. “Wild West” was equally bland but we had the risk of it pulling the pity card and winning Eurovisión.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
1 month ago
Reply to  Héctor

Icelandic Anita Meyer and i love it, i love her same amount as i did in 2010

her composer Ferras also worked with stars like Helene Fischer, Katy Perry, Luis Fonsi and many more btw

Thanos
Thanos
1 month ago

Out of the eembeers!
Okay on a serious note there’s nothing wrong with Hera’s song, it’s pleasant and all but it’s extremely generic and outdated for me. I was never into the schlager genre to begin with, as I find these songs boring and too similar to each other.
Politics aside, Bashar’s song was way better with a modern country feel and a strong performance. I wasn’t impressed by him either but I would have certainly preferred him to have won.

Ana
Ana
1 month ago
Reply to  Thanos

I feel like Bashar is sort of Ali Express version of Lil Nas X. The gay cowboy thing etc. Am I wrong?

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
1 month ago
Reply to  Thanos

I did not like Wild West. The song has an artistic merit but I believe it should have been better worked on and refined, to stand out. Also, performed live, the song lost even more, I found his vocals rather weak (not bad but not good either) and the overall feel was very dark and one could not connect.

Better luck next time!

Thanos
Thanos
1 month ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

I also can’t say that I would have voted for it at ESC had it won, but I would certainly like it more than Scared of Heights. Anyways

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  Thanos

I hadn’t made the connection but you’re right. Well I wouldn’t wish that result on her.

Tonks
Tonks
1 month ago

Happy for Hera, she definitely have the best entry for Eurovision.
Good luck Island ?

Ana
Ana
1 month ago

Good news finally

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
1 month ago

Yassss, Scared of heights is this years because of you.

Itchymonkey
Itchymonkey
1 month ago

I guarantee you Israel will start this contest favourite to win in May.
It’s wrong and disgusting on every level. Overnight Israel have gone from 40/1 to 14/1

Itchymonkey
Itchymonkey
1 month ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Downvoted so people actually want Israel to win? WOW

Sometimes
Sometimes
1 month ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

There’s just lots of zionists reading wiwibloggs, on eurovision reddit there’s not as much support for I.srael.

Itchymonkey
Itchymonkey
1 month ago
Reply to  Sometimes

Plus Israel are rubbish at every sport so they live for Eurovision more than any other country. They have nothing else they are good at

Angelina
Angelina
1 month ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

I heard that israeli people are not so good in sports, because its in their culture to stimulate the brains, to be good at school etc. More important than sports.
Maybe that’s why its a stratup hightech country.

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
1 month ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Politics aside (completely), one must read how the odds are crafted. They are not a poll, nor do they show preferences. The odds are a tool to see trends and put bets. So, Israel rising or Iceland falling in the odds, or Switzerland climbing to 5th place, they are all a result of a multifaceted calculation (trends, betting volume, news that may affect the outcome, etc). If you remember, Malta in 2021 was accused of putting bets in the platforms that made the odds shortened and Destiny was predicted the winner. Don’t watch it if you don’t like or want… Read more »

Itchymonkey
Itchymonkey
1 month ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

Israel has no betting trend right now. It’s purely a reaction to Iceland losing Bushy Muddy. So, they have to go with Israel as the political back up plan to shift the odds. Politics rules this competition and is also ruining it. People thought Greece and Cyprus voting for each other every year was bad. This is now becoming crazy and ruining what is a song contest. If you look at betting patterns Joost has had the most bets placed but remains behind Israel. No patterns involved on bets placed for that outcome. Let’s analyse point two. News… Well the… Read more »

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Topnotch comment.
I say grace to your words.

There’s a strong wind coming in from the North West of the Low Countries!!

Never forget were The battle of Waterloo has been fought over??
The shake of up of the old Europe heading in to the future.

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

La grande Concours des Chansons d’Eurovision 1956, has been founded on the ashes of WW II, bringing PEACE and Unity amongst the affected countries.

You should have known that my Dear?

Welkom in Europa.
Waterloo 2024.

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

If Israel send a great song, why shouldn’t it win?

Itchymonkey
Itchymonkey
1 month ago
Reply to  Andrew

If the song is great they should. But favourites shouldn’t be decided on race religion or war.
Israel was favourite in December. Then Iceland and watch Israel start favourite in may. That’s not song that’s pure politics

Jesse O'Rourke
Jesse O'Rourke
1 month ago

I’m glad she won !

Nils
Nils
1 month ago

Iceland made the right choice. And I believe Hera’s song could appeal to a lot more people than most on here seem to think, exactly because it’s somewhat old-fashioned. Don’t forget there’s a market for this type of pop, too.

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago
Reply to  Nils

If you’re over 70!

alfie23
alfie23
1 month ago

This likely would have done well in the 1990s.

Angelina
Angelina
1 month ago
Reply to  alfie23

In the 90s people were much more progressive than now. In a natural way, not forced by institutions and protests groups who like to label people and think that’s progressive.
The more labels you put on people, the more you polarize.

Also the music was much more innovative.
It were the times of electric music, techno, hardcore house, extravaganza, nightlife capital Amsterdam (which became less and less welcoming for gay people in the last two decades).
The 99s were the times wher people didn’t label other people with genders, skin colors, etc.
People were people and labels were not important.

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Angelina

I love how you describe this heartfelt sentiment of you.

From the 50’s up to the 90-00’s so much has been happening in the field of music. It went hand in hand with freedom and emancipation of lots of people or groups. Very special period indeed. Big names for ever written in our memories.

Only i dont think so their were less divions, labels, namecalling or polarization.
I think the difference is back than we didnt have the WWW, worldwideweb like we are having today!!

Musiclover
1 month ago

I love you Hera Björk. You are an icon

Jo.
Jo.
1 month ago

i knew she had a special something

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago
Reply to  Jo.

Yes, a camel toe

Sal
Sal
1 month ago

Thank god for that! And I don’t know that Hera would deny to go to Eurovision because of Israel’s participation. If I remember correctly, she was present in Tel Aviv in 2019 and performed at some events.

Eve
Eve
1 month ago

Still in shock that Iceland ACTUALLY chose a SONG and not politic . Wow. Hurra for my Nordic neighbors!!!

Itchymonkey
Itchymonkey
1 month ago

You watch Israel in the odds now. Politics will rise again this time Israel will be the chosen one to climb the odds chart. Grrrrrrrr

Frau Loch
Frau Loch
1 month ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Such nonsense, the pro Palestina police is frustrated that Iceland did not fall for their propaganda and now they try to express their disappointment by bashing Israël again.

TheChosenPeople
TheChosenPeople
1 month ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

I feel like your whole body itchy, you little monkey.

IronLionZion
IronLionZion
1 month ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Love your comments and dedication ?x ??

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago

I imagine this result is disappointing for both sides of the divide because you can neither gloat nor b***h about it. I’m glad of that but not sure about the song. Hera looks glorious and no questioning her power house of a voice but I can’t help feeling there has to a better showcase for it.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
1 month ago

yasssss, welcome back Queen Hera with your banger

the evil defeated

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
1 month ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

You just can’t help yourself can you? The only evil I can detect is your brand of toxicity.

TheChosenPeople
TheChosenPeople
1 month ago
Reply to  Lawrence Gibb

You are the weakest link. Goodbye!

shwep
shwep
1 month ago

I’m not pro-Palestine, but in Bashar’s defense, he acted very respectful and nice towards Icelanders. And the song wasn’t some kind of outrageous propaganda. He might’ve ruined it with that “my people are being exterminated” remark, plus the watermelons everywhere.

Eve
Eve
1 month ago
Reply to  shwep

What do you mean towards Icelanders? He was well representing them and not Palestine?

Johan
Johan
1 month ago

But will she go??!

Roy
Roy
1 month ago
Reply to  Johan

Yes

Sven Bockenbladt
Sven Bockenbladt
1 month ago
Reply to  Johan

Yes, she was never an anti-Semite

Sh1ft_key
Sh1ft_key
1 month ago

Stupid remark. Being against a regime who’s killed 12 000 children isn’t anti-Semitic.

Ana
Ana
1 month ago
Reply to  Sh1ft_key

Ignoring the fact that the Palestinian regime is the one who started the killing, and still holding multiple hostages, and refusing any deal to release them, is antisemitic.
Don’t talk about the Israeli violence while ignoring the hostages and the massacre. The war didn’t start from nothing.

Sometimes
Sometimes
1 month ago
Reply to  Ana

Palestinian resime started the killing? You realize Israel has been bombing them for decades, wake up!

Nitzan
Nitzan
1 month ago
Reply to  Sometimes

And vise versa

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
1 month ago

Boring and dated – 2,5/12 for Iceland. No final this year.

Roy
Roy
1 month ago

Off topic: Israel decided to change the lyrics of the 2 songs to be less political according to the request of the EBU, the Israeli song will be revealed on March 10.

Cey
Cey
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

When was this confirmed?

Roy
Roy
1 month ago
Reply to  Cey

This morning

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

good news!

Ollie
Ollie
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

Nice!

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

No one really cares about Israel lol

Jean-Paul
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

I do certainly care about Israel!

Roy Moreno
Roy Moreno
1 month ago
Reply to  Roy

Wiwibloggs will rush to write an article about the possibility of us being out but not when we might still be in…

Kobe
Kobe
1 month ago

I’m so happy Hera won, for all different reasons…

arc
arc
1 month ago

Good for you Hera! Enjoy experiencing, have fun, nice to have you back.

Eyal
Eyal
1 month ago

Hera is loveable and seems like a really nice person. Maybe personality has won. Also, by voting for her, the public bought some quiet and they knew what they would get and what to expect.
Bashar could probably get Iceland more attention and focus as we all know. He wasn’t the best vocalist of the evening, and performance was messy but his song was the best, regardless of the political issue.

David
David
1 month ago
Reply to  Eyal

Honestly, he is singing was amazing. I just didn’t like the song and between Hera and him both songs didn’t really feel strong.

If at all, Bashar could have gotten more easily to the final but then his song wouldn’t be up high I feel.

BabyGrogu
BabyGrogu
1 month ago

I apologize if anyone could be offended by my comment. But I am Croatian and naturally want Baby Lasagna to win. Still, as ESC fan cannot help myself to be excited when new amazing entries are revealed, as we had with The Netherlands, Austria, Cyprus, Switzerland and UK. But this was different since Islandic songs weren’t the strongest, imo Bashar’s songs as a song shouldn’t be contender to win Eurovision, and I’m sorry, but Island was undeservedly rising in the odds. I would rather put The Netherlands on the podium here. So happy with Söngvakeppnin eventual uncoupling for multiple reasons… Read more »

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago
Reply to  BabyGrogu

Netherlands do have a superb entry inteed, thst can be the main competition of Baby Lasagna. I have both of these entries battling for my first place in my top 3!
Icel

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago
Reply to  Efthymios

*sorry for that Icel, forgot to erase it, lol.

BabyGrogu
BabyGrogu
1 month ago
Reply to  BabyGrogu

Just realized I was typing Croatian words for the country the whole time, sorry 🙁
*Iceland, Icelandic 🙂

Miko
Miko
1 month ago

I love how people just love to find some “victims” (of war or similar) and to cheer for them, vote for them thinking they did some good deed with it, just because of lack of making some real good deeds in their lives…

Frau Loch
Frau Loch
1 month ago
Reply to  Miko

So true! All the social media warriors dont care about human rights.

Monsieur Eglise
Monsieur Eglise
1 month ago

Sending Hera some love ?????? well deserved!

Nitzan
Nitzan
1 month ago

Im left speechless by stupidity.

Tim
Tim
1 month ago

Reminds me of the Belgian ‘Cherine – je m’ennuie’ scenario of last year…

BabyGrogu
BabyGrogu
1 month ago
Reply to  Tim

Still on my playlist…?

Tulilintu
Tulilintu
1 month ago

Instead of celebrating Hera’s song most of your comments are pure venom an hypocrisy. But if that’s in you , go on, embarrass yourselves.

Nils
Nils
1 month ago
Reply to  Tulilintu

You salty?

Raoul
Raoul
1 month ago

Sure, because Eurovision is precisely what the Mossad has on its mind right now

Roy
Roy
1 month ago
Reply to  Raoul

He is a sick troll…

Wrath
Wrath
1 month ago
Reply to  Raoul

Mossad is willing to do anything just to have their way. Their motto is “through deception, you shall make war”.

Troy
Troy
1 month ago

Threat successfully removed! Goodluck Hera, nice song 🙂

Roy
Roy
1 month ago
Reply to  Troy

The more hate she will get the more votes she’ll get! 🙂

Roy Moreno
Roy Moreno
1 month ago
Reply to  Troy

Another threat on her life?
I really wish Wiwibloggs would ban you or something, you keep talking about her like that

Angelina
Angelina
1 month ago
Reply to  Troy

Why are you threatening an israel singer everwhere on this blog?

Because of people like you its clear what israel is fighting against and why the Israeli people always need to protect themselves against people like you.

Olly
Olly
1 month ago
Reply to  Troy

No moderators on this site to suspend this troll account spreading not only hate speech but now repetitive threats of violence against the Israeli singer?

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago

I’m glad we avoided another Ukraine 2022 moment.

poe-tay-toe-chips
poe-tay-toe-chips
1 month ago

Man the stark contrast between here and the eurovision subreddit is something else.

A lot of people over there did not seem to want Hera to win, whether they were rooting for Bashar or for someone else..

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago

Bashar’s song wasn’t so strong and Bashar was probably too controversial to even Icelanders and he competed to Hera who is popular there. Myb even racism played a role, but overall I think Hera’s song is lovely, she doesn’t deserve the hate.

3art
3art
1 month ago

OMG Hera decided to withdraw!! With runner up as the replacement according to the rules! Look at the odds Iceland back in top5!

Marco
Marco
1 month ago
Reply to  3art

As I understand they would withdraw entirely. I did not saw any signs about Hera being political lol. That would be totally staged by the broadcaster.

Eve
Eve
1 month ago

Are you kidding me?No Bashar but Hera?

Eve
Eve
1 month ago
Reply to  Eve

Downvoters didn’t get that I was happily surprised but ok

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago

I really don’t believe this result. Bashar performed miles better than her. Maybe an investigation is needed?!

TheChosenPeople
TheChosenPeople
1 month ago

An investigation on how your body still functioning when you clearly has no brain cells.

Yeshoney
Yeshoney
1 month ago

NQ for sure.

Roo
Roo
1 month ago

Just proves these things aren’t rigged.

Sven Bockenbladt
Sven Bockenbladt
1 month ago
Reply to  Roo

No, it proved that the fandom and social media isn’t the entire world.