Oh, it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Welcome to yet another Eurovision week. Just to give you a wee little glimpse of what to expect this year, let’s give it up for Circus Mircus and Lock Me In. If you like your ESC a little on the crazy side, watch out for Ukraine, Latvia and Moldova. Not to forget Norway and Georgia.
For those of you who are not familiar with the Eurovision Song Contest, it is basically the biggest party in the world. France so should’ve won last year with a perfect chanson (if you ask me). That also would’ve spared us this years’ entry …
The ESC 2022 will take place in Turin. Italy won last year with … erm … a rock song. Of course, we can expect a lot of hard music this year. (I can’t even write that with a straight face. By ESC standards anyways.) Gravity has lost all its purpose and we will see wind machines and choreographies that are completely nuts. Don’t we have this every year?, I hear you say. Well, jup, but mind you, many-a dance move is clearly inspired by The Roop (who will forever have a space in my Eurovision heart).
This year, it is very likely that you just cannot shake the feeling, you’ve heard that song before …
Australia (yes, they compete in the Eurovision Song Contest, so does Israel, get over it) is only remarkable for the outfit. Finland is sending The Rasmus, maybe 10 years too late and, of course, we will have our epic ballads and dance songs. Expect a whole bunch of fun from Eastern Europe! Between all this madness, some countries like Denmark or Iceland hit quieter notes and send ladies who can actually play instruments. Brave move.
Lock Me In
And you though clowns were scary? We will always have the Eurovision Song Contest.
(Before you ask, Russia is not allowed to compete and the Ukraine is trending at the bookies.)
Let the circus begin!
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Thanks for flying with be kitschig! Have an amazing Eurovision week!