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|Yep, its that time of the year again...either you had invited friends around or you spended the night out. |
The annual music-fest that is the Eurovision song contest was on May 24th, and will have, no doubt, the required number of doo doo dahs, mournful ballads, and cheesy unintelligible rock numbers with risqué wardrobe changes. But in recent years there has also been a fair share of less serious entrants, this year Spain and Ireland among them. So should countries that no longer seem to take the contest seriously be asked to stay at home and leave the stage for serious songsters only?
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|Viktor, Los Silos|
I don‘t think they should be disqualified, because the Eurovision Song Contest is no longer about trying to find the best singer, but it is a political thing. Neighbours are voting for their neighbours. I think it is important that Spain is represented with pride.