Kiev 2017 entrevues

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Blanche: ‘Ik weet niet of ik moet slapen of vieren’

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Gold for selling 10.000 copies of ‘City lights’

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Joci Papai: ‘I needed some time to process the immensity of the stage’

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Backing vocalists Blanche: ‘No distractions on the stage, that’s a good thing’

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Jon Ola Sand: ‘The EBU didn’t make any mistake’

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1e réaction Blanche: ‘Je pensais: c’est fini’

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Brendan Murray: ‘It seems Blanche and I switched voices’

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Composer City Lights: ‘We were not happy ourselves with the staging’

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OG3NE: « The Eurovision song contest feels like coming home »

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Jana Burčeska: « Even my boots are Macedonian »

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Eurovision legend Ralph Siegel: « Too many songs sound the same »

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Claudia Faniello: « This is my dream coming true »

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Blanche: « I felt very at ease on stage »

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Ilinca & Alex Florea talking mysteriously about the canons on stage

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Demy: « I cried when I saw how the staging would look like »

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Timebelle: ‘We expect a lot of points from all over Europe’

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Claudia Faniello – ‘This is one of my childhood dreams’

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Manel Navarro: ‘I sincerely apologized to Mirela’

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SunStroke Project: ‘We want to bring the contest to our country, but for the moment we don’t know how!’

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Tijana Bogićević: ‘Blanche first place and I second? Deal!’

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Jana Burčeska: ‘I feel some pressure!’

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Nathan Trent: ‘I hope to get some points from Belgium’

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Interview with Alex Florea: ‘At first, I didn’t like our song!’

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Interview Robin Bengtsson: ‘I will start backstage in Kiev and bring my treadmills with me’

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Interview with Valentina Monetta (and Jimmie): ‘Ralph Siegel is like a father to me’

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Interview Francesco Gabbani: ‘No English lyrics? My song sounds already very international’

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‘We still want to win in Kiev’

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Levina: « ‘Perfect Life’ lijkt helemaal niet op ‘Titanium' »

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Leslie Cable : « « La voix » est un peu notre tour préliminaire »