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11 thoughts on “Turkvizyon’14: Kazakhstan Wins!”

  1. Does anyone know why did Turkey finished *that* low after coming second in the semifinal?

    Loving the winner! Definitely, the best song won.

    1. Turkey did it to themselves – since Sinan Akçıl was competing this year, as the composer of Turkey’s entry, he deliberately gave a lot of countries low marks in order to improve his odds. Turkey only gave a total of 94 points in the semifinal; next lowest was Georgia, giving 144. So a lot of countries, who had seen what Turkey gave them in the semifinal, gave low points in return.

  2. One of my favourites won. 🙂 My other favourites were Turkey, Tatarstan, Turkmenistan, Albania, Gagauzia, B&H and Iraq. Shame on this deaf jury!

  3. There were great entries at this year’s contest. I loved musical quality. Kazakhstan deserved to win. Congracts to them! Other great songs were Iran, Yakutia, Tataristan, Ukraine, Tyva and Crimea. Thanks to Kazan team.

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