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Croatia goes into the so-bad-it’s-going-to-be-amazing category. Jacques Houdek uses two wildly different voices side-by-side in ‘My Friend‘, for a Disney-meets-Pavarotti mashup heavy on the cheese.Let’s hope producers give him the pimp slot in the second semi-final so he can Cezar his way into the final. I’m finding it hard to summon as much enthusiasm for the Dutch entry, OG3NE’s ‘Lights and Shadows‘.The initial reaction to Serbia's entry was negative, which saw their price rocket from around 20/1 to over 100/1.Conversely, just a day earlier, Macedonia released an inferior song yet their price shortened.As it’s Russia, there will still be a solid tranche of support from the former USSR nations which should see them through to the final.
As we hurtle towards the mid-March submission deadline, we have one Super Saturday of national finals left – featuring northern luminaries Iceland, Sweden, Lithuania and Norway.At the time of writing, both nations are roughly the same price, but the view here is that Serbia has stronger and more instant, radio friendly song that reaches much higher gears than… The initial reaction to Serbia’s entry was negative, which saw their price rocket from around 20/1 to over 100/1.At the time of writing, both nations are roughly the same price, but the view here is that Serbia has stronger and more instant, radio friendly song that reaches much higher gears than its regional rival. Instead, Serbia is looking beyond its regional borders; and the Swedish writing is designed to do just that: appeal to Eurovision as a whole.Each is its own conundrum: Iceland’s event seems more open than anticipated after hot favourite Svala was a visual let-down in her heat and some of her rivals stepped up appealingly; Norway’s contest is hard to call, with no standout song nor live performances to gage; Lithuania is its usual labyrinthine affair; while it’s hard to separate the most favoured spawn of Sweden’s Melodifestivalen – the Daddy of all national finals.In the meantime, this year’s selections came alive in the last week by providing a wide variety of songs, including this year’s market steamer from Belgium.
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