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Round Up of Each Countries Performance This Year p9

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.

Russia Final: 16:

Russia will be hugely disappointed with the placing for “Get You” They were expecting a top.10 finish not 16th place which is their second worst result ever. Get You had a few down falls the fact that the song had no identity, and the fact it was mainly Swedish. I think questions will be being still asked in Moscow today and that they will do a rethink for next year’s selection process.

San Marino SF1: 16:

I think that San Marino will be pleased with doing quite well this year, they are so please that they have said they will come back next year. “Stand By” was a very good song that deserved to do better but this is a far better result for San Marino. If they keep this up they should make it to a qualification spot in the next 5 years or so which would be great for San Marino. Hope to see you next year in Baku.

Serbia Final: 14:

I loved this year’s Serbian entry and I think Serbia will be fairly happy with their result this year. I think it could have done better in English but that is just Serbia for you. It was a great colourful song that did capture peoples heats. I would love to see Serbia back next year and I would be shocked if they do not make it to Azerbaijan.

Slovakia SF2: 13:

Slovakia will be very pleased with receiving their most points ever, I thought personally that the Twiins were tone deaf but ohh well. Now I do think that Slovakia may pull out next year as they were going to this year but Eurovision is a cheap 7 hours of tv. If the Czech Republic do return next year I think Slovakia will stay and we could get a 12 point circle starting up again. 

Up later we have another 4 countries and then we only have three countries left for after that.

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