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Morden Kaiser from Denmark
A Turkish singer for San Marino. Why not! The artist choice might be good, but “I didn’t know” why this song is chosen. It’s a very boring song that will be hard to lift with a great performance. Maybe the Turkish charm will bring some votes to San Marino? I hardly think San Marino will qualify for the Grand Final for the second time. I have a hard time finding anything positive to say, unfortunately. It’s nice to have a bit for Turkey back in Eurovision, but that’s about it. Better luck next year, San Marino!
Fotis Konstantopoulos from Greece
Serhat is a true fan and I really wanted him to do well because I understand that this is a dream that comes true for him. The song is not as bad as most fans think.For me the problem is the way he performs the song since it is like he is singing the same melody for 3 minutes. Lets hope he will change this when he perform live.
Jaime Solloso from Spain
For a country who usually does very little at the contest and is mostly overshadowed by it’s more illustrious neighbour; Italy, this year Sehat provides the right mix of different yet good. A strong song very reminiscent of the 1970s, with a good touch of that Italian gruff sound mixed with a catchy melody. The drawback is that it’s a little slow, would make a wonderful background track at the local bar but if this is a good or bad thing for Eurovision depends to be seen. Let’s see what the stage performance is like, the sound doen’t make it seem like a very energetic number but the video says otherwise, so a lot will depend on that. Good easily be a qualifier, if nothing else.
*oikopanel is consisted of Fotis Konstantopoulos (Greece), Morten Kaiser (Denmark), Jaime Solloso (Spain), Olivier Rocher (France), Victor Cruz Lafuente (Spain), Luka Popovic (Serbia), Alenka Alexandrovic (Switzerland) and Andreas Athanasiou (Greece)