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Round Up of Each Countries Performance This Year p3

So the Eurovision Song Contest is gone for another year and the majority of us will drift off back to normality, but for the diehard fans it carries on year round. So how did this year’s contest go for each of the countries this year, this is the a-z of this year’s countries.

Croatia SF1: 15:

This was another poor showing from Croatia who seem to have gone backwards in the past few years. No one was expecting “Celebrate” to make it to the final and well the staging of the song was horrendous apart from  the dress changes which were quite impressive. Anyway once again Croatia will have to go back to the drawing board and try once again to make it to the final in Azerbaijan.

Cyprus SF2: 18:

The song is typically Cypriot and once again has not managed to make it to the final, Cyprus need to have a rethink over the songs they send and make them have wider appeal that just Greece. This is Cyprus’s worst result in 6 years coming 18th in the semi final with just 19 points. A rethink in the national selection may be needed to get Cyprus on its feet.

Denmark Final: 5:

This is by far one of Denmark’s best entries to the contest and have given them another great top.5 results in two years now. Denmark have got it right once again and will be very happy with where they have come this year. Denmark could have easily won this year and a Friend in London will probably do very well thanks to the contest. Well done Denmark on another brilliant entry.

Estonia Final: 24:

Nice to see Estonia back in the final once again sadly coming in 24th with just 44 points after being one of the fan favourites. I think that Estonia had it all right but the song just came over as a very childish song something that you would expect at JESC. Anyway I love seeing Estonia in the final and surprisingly this is Estonia third best result in 9 years. Anyway good luck Estonia and Getter in the future.

Up later we have another four countries to go through and ponder about.

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