2015 Eurovision Song Contest is yet to explode
Three days into rehearsals at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest and Europe’s most popular television show has yet to deliver a truly explosive moment to set the competition alight. The highlight from the first three days of rehearsals is the Russian first rehearsal, ensuring Russia are seen as potential Eurovision Song Contest winners this year.
Polina Gagarina, Russia’s Gaga as she’s being dubbed in the Eurovision press centre in Vienna, pushed Russia firmly into contention for a second Eurovision Song Contest win with a pitch perfect performance of her entry ‘A Million Voices’.
The stage is a contender for the best Eurovision stage of all time and the organisation on the ground here in Vienna is pretty much perfect. The press centre is performing brilliantly so far, internet is reliable and the team of volunteers are available to help at all times.
Tomorrow sees some more contenders take to the stage with Sweden and Iceland on stage. Australia and the United Kingdom rehearse for the first time on Sunday.
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