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Eurovision 2011 - The winner was....

And the winner of the 56th Edition fo the Europe’s favorite TV show; Eurovision Song Contest is…..

Y el ganador de la 56a edición del programa de TV favorito de toda Europa; Eurovision Song Contest es…

(19) Azerbaijan – Ell/Nikki – Running Scared with 221 points

The last country from the Caucasus to take part, and one of the most hungers to win the event, why? Well, we’ll find it out next year in Baku.

This year, they were least pretentious, despite a long, very long national final where they pick up to Ell as their contestant, and at the last date, they decided to send a duet with the runner-up; Nikki and following the recipe of Swedish composers, and songwriters; well-known from their second attempt back in 2009. They finally did it, with a tiny difference from the second place, and without big numbers like the Norway’s Fairytale in 2009. They got the right to host the Big Event, in Unknown to all or most of the Europeans; Baku.

The song was quite good for me since the beginning, I have to say that since their debut in 2008, none of their songs was of my taste, but this one had that something that made me have it in mind so many times, being honest I never saw them winning but did in top10, they went simply and humble, and that make them attractive for my eyes, ears and heart, after 2008, I don’t know why, I found some Azeries representatives a little conceited, mostly last year “Azufra”, (Safura) was everything, least humble, while Lena was so crazy and (from here) an easygoing person ;)

I want to congratulate Azerbaijan because they are the clear sample of when we want a thing, we have to try and try until we can see the results. They did it! Sent the right song during one of the most similar in quality, hey I’m not telling it was a bad ESC; I loved it… I’m saying that there were not less than 16 songs that really deserved to be winner, for me of course.

So next year, we’ll know the reason why they wanted to take us all there since their very first attempt to “land of fire”. I’d like to be there, but I’m too far and I haven’t even touched the European lands, to get that easy to Baku that is halfway around the world, for me xD

I hope at least I can enjoy it from the comfort of my couch with some friends, flags, snacks and full screen TV ;)

So Danke Schön Düsseldorf and Salam Bakí !!!

Carpe Diem.

(19) Azerbaijan – Ell/Nikki – Running Scared with 221 points

El último país del Cáucaso en tomar parte y uno de los más hambrientos por la victoria del evento, por qué? Bueno, eso lo sabremos el año que viene en Bakú.

Este año fueron menos pretenciosos, a pesar de una larga final nacional dónde ellos eligieron a Ell como su representante, a última hora decidieron enviar un dueto con la segunda Nikki, y siguiendo la receta de los compositores y letristas Suecos, bien conocido desde su segundo intento en 2009. Finalmente lo lograron, con una muy pequeña diferencia con el segundo y sin grandes números como los obtenidos por "Fairytale" en 2009. Ellos se ganaron el derecho para ser los anfitriones del gran evento, en la desconocida para todos o para la mayoría de los Europeos; Bakú.

La canción fue buena para mi desde el comienzo, debo decir que desde su debut en 2008, ninguna de sus canciones fue de mi gusto, pero esta tenía ese algo que hizo que la tuviera en mente muchas veces, siendo honesto, nunca los ví ganando, pero si en mi top10, ellos fueron sencillos y muy humildes y creo que fue eso lo que los hizo atractivos para mis ojos, oídos y corazón, después de 2008, no sé por qué, encontraba a los Azeries un poco engreídos, principalmente la del año pasado "Azufra" (Safura) fue de todo, menos humilde, mientras que Lena fue muy loquita y (desde mi punto de vista) una persona sencilla ;)

Quiero felicitar a Azerbaijan porque son la muestra clara de cuándo se quiere una cosa, tenemos que intentar e intentar hasta que podamos ver los resultados, lo hicieron! Enviaron la canción correcta durante uno de los más reñidos ESC, y no estoy diciendo que el ESC fuese malo, yo lo amé..., sólo digo que hubieron al menos 16 canciones que merecían ganar o tener buena posición, para mi, desde luego.

Así que el año que viene, conoceremos la razón por la cual ellos nos quisieron llevar allá; desde su primer intento a "Tierra de fuego". Me gustaría ir, pero estoy bien lejos y ni siquiera he tocado tierras Europeas, como para ir así de fácil hasta Bakú, que me queda a mitad del mundo XD

Espero al menos poder disfrutarlo desde mi confortable silla con algunos amigos, banderas, pasabocas y una gran patalla de TV ;).

Así que "Danke Schön Düsseldorf /Gracias Düsseldorf " y "Salam Bakí / Hola Bakú " !!!

And the official video here | Y el video oficial aquí

Carpe Diem !


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