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Eurovision 大獎冠軍有感 - 瑞典的Måns Zelmerlöw

文: 安尼斯

係!又係瑞典! Eurovision 2015冠軍又係瑞典贏,同吳孟達一齊大喊”又升仙喇”一樣咁悶 ! 瑞典的Måns Zelmerlöw首Heroes實際上係唔係真的那麼好?

唔係瑞典首歌 Hero唔好聽,但其他國家其實是有點令人失望! 幾乎年年英國總是send老牌民謠歌手唱D過時歌曲,法國人甚至不知道他們的代表邊度嚟。

其實塘水滾塘魚,要好的歌手代表國家,首先要有好的機制揀歌手。 瑞典傳統節目Melodifestivalen播足六個星期,全國選拔,全民投票,贏左先代表瑞典出選Eurovision 。



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