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2015 Review: Romania and Spain

Since it’s already this late into ESC season (as in: the first semi-final starts in 3 days), it’s probably time to stick two countries into one review. 280 more words

Eurovision

Eurovision 2015 - Montenegro and Romania

As I’ve stated before, this year’s Eurovision contest has too many ballads. It also has too many songs in English: 33 out of 40, which is ridiculous considering English is the native tongue of only three participating countries (England, Ireland and Australia.) 445 more words

Eurovision

2015 Reviews - Romania - Voltaj - De la Capat/All Over Again

Now to Romania, who chose popular band Voltaj as their representatives for Eurovision in the 60th anniversary year. The song, De la Capat references a social issue facing Romanians, namely, parents working in other countries, leaving their children behind, although for good intentions. 219 more words

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Ghidul fundamental al Concursului Muzical Eurovision 2015

Cred că doar buşmanii din Africa nu ştiu că Eurovision este organizat în Austria anul acesta, datorită interpretului(ei?!?) Conchita Wurst cu a lui(ei?!?) piesă devenită imn al tuturor homosexualillor, “Rise Like a Phoenix” într-o interpretare absolut memorabilă. 439 more words

Conchita Wurst

De la capăt / All Over Again, by Voltaj (Romania)

De la capăt / All Over Again (‘Desde el principio’), interpretada por Voltaj, es la canción que representará a Rumanía en el Festival de Eurovisión de 2015. 21 more words

Eurovision

O luam "De la capat" la Eurovision

festival muzical, fara fest si val

Felicitari baietilor de la Voltaj care vor reprezenta Romania la Eurovision 2015, un spectacol lipsit de show, cu urmatoarea melodie. 53 more words

Life

Voltaj to represent Romania!

Over the weekend, the Romanian final was held to decide which artist and song would represent the nation in the anniversary edition of Eurovision. The show was held in Craiova, in the south of the country, and it was hosted by Alina Serban and Andrei Borosovici. 134 more words

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