MAY 09: UGGLY BETTY RULES ON STAGE / VIDEO
Moran Mazor represents Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 with the song Rak Bishvilo and bids to qualify the country in the final on May 18th. Let’s see if she has any potentials to do so.
WHAT WE LIKED
You might think that’s it’s Uggly Betty but the vocals of Moran Mazor are more than perfect. The blue and black stage looks amazing and the dress of Moranis the same with the national final one (I guess she’s keeping the final one for the next rehearsal). Perfect vocal performance and somehow it manages to overshadow the Greek party gang before her.
WHAT WE DISLIKED
The style of the singer is simply hidious and will not be liked rather than mocked across Europe and the Israeli fans can shout at me as much as they want but they know it’s true. Nevertheless it’s the first time I can see Israel proceeding to the final. Amazing voice and good song for Israel!
INFORMATION ABOUT ISRAEL
“I was born and grew up in Holon a suburb next to Tel Aviv. 40 years ago my parents migrated to Israel from Georgia, my family and myself love the Georgian culture and language. I am the eldest daughter to my parents Nana and Rafi and then came to the world my two little brothers, Eliad and Ohad. At the age of four I started learning classical piano and continued until the age of 18. I always loved to sing but only as a hobby. At the age of 12, I was accepted to the town music trend, and the director discovered the singing talent in me. Since then I took part in all activities of the trend, as pianist and as a singer.
PHOTO: THOMAS HANSES / EUROVISION.TV