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29 May 2010

  In honour of the big day, Oslo raised a Monument for Manic Woman, right in front of the national theatre. Another interpretation of the statue: “I have no idea” (Anneli Peebo, *1971) …. what’s going to win. Enjoy the show and be surprised!

29 May 2010

As you might have noticed, there were no new blog entries this week. This is because life in Oslo more and more developed to one big day with some naps. This is also because there was less and less to report as Euroclub became so overcrowded that social stuff got reduced to a minimum, unfortunately! In the past days, life in Oslo was mostly getting …

26 May 2010

by Daless, FelixK and Pedro <FelixK> The first dress rehearsal of Semi 2 is over, now let’s see what we predict to qualify!   <Daless> Israel, Denmark, Sweden, Azerbaijan, Romania, Ireland, Cyprus, Croatia, Georgia, Turkey   <FelixK> Georgia, Croatia, Denmark, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Netherlands, Turkey, Sweden, Israel, Armenia   <Pedro> Sweden, Azerbaijan, Croatia, Georgia, Turkey, Armenia, Israel, Denmark, Ukraine, Cyprus   <FelixK> We got the majority …

24 May 2010

by Pedro, Daless and FelixK <FelixK> So… the chatters in the press centre picked their respective 10 countries to qualify!   <Pedro> well more or less, lol. I say Finland, Serbia, Belgium, Greece, Belarus, and then hummm… Russia, BiH, Albania, Portugal, Iceland, this because I feel Moldova is bombing, lol   <FelixK> My picks: Finland, Belarus, Greece, Iceland, Belgium, Malta, Serbia, Bosnia, Russia and Albania (the latter might do a Comme …

24 May 2010

  As I am beginning to write this entry in my hotel room, the official welcome party is going on in the Oslo City Hall, the old landmark of the capital (I guess now it’s the Opera!). As I didn’t get an invitation, I could only take the chance to catch some delegations walking in on video, enjoy!

23 May 2010

When it’s Eurovision and you’re at home, your calendar gets pretty much dominated by our favourite thing. That’s nothing new for you I guess. When it’s Eurovision and you’re in Eurovisionland, the rest of the world is usually gone. Totally. As much as it is a competition, and as much as people within non-accreditations, accreditations and invitations and so on get separated for some time, …

23 May 2010

The day began quite late after the russian party so I arrived at the press centre just in time for the most important entry of the year: The Netherlands. Sieneke suffered a bit of a flu in the past weeks but she’s recovering and was vocally totally fine. She’s in tune, the song gets a lot of attraction and half of Oslo is singing Shalalie …

22 May 2010

Some more pictures from Day 2….  it’s still very mediterranean weather here but that’s gonna change soon we heard… so this is what I created in a rush of Shalalie. I’ll take it to semi 1, and a big dutch flag to the final, because I still believe in Sieneke qualifying! Every day on our way to the arena we’re passing this advert: … we’re …

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