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3 thoughts on “United States: Commentary Team For Logo TV Announced”

  1. I thought Carson Kressley’s commentary for Eurovision was so unprofessional and a joke. My husband and I were on the road and could only access the audio so we hung on every word to get the results. Carsen would not stop the annoying banter and talked over the representatives giving their jury votes. His attempts to be funny at the expense of others and not really allowing the announcers have their moment. He came off so self indulgent and repetitive. We were so irritated by his silly remarks. Fun, yes, sense of humor, yes, all appropriate for the occasion but his attempts fell our.opinion. we tuned in to get the results and he talked incessantly over others and seemed more concerned for preparing for his next Halloween costume than finding that professional balance between being the commentator and doing it with swag. He failed miserably and I hope replaced next year. His Co host was great and seemed to idulge him but clearly was allowing Eurovision to take the focus not their own “performamces”.

  2. Viacom shat on the Eurovision contest by puting it on Logo and not MTV or VH1. Also buy not hiring respectful nor knowledgeable personalities to provide commentary. Should have just asked the BBC to provide access to their feed.

  3. It was worse than that. The sexual explicit commentary was inappropriate for audiences under 18 and essentially turned a family friendly program into adult only entertainment. We held a party for 18 long time Eurovision fans. Half left in the first 30 minutes due to the rude, crude, and sexual comments. The EBU needs to fix this for next year, or risk losing much of the U.S. audience.

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