SUEDIA A CÂȘTIGAT EUROVISION 2015 – LIVE TEXT / COMENTARII ADUNATE

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Succes Voltaj! Ordinea intrării în concurs este următoarea
 
22.00 – A început Marea Finală! Din nou Conchita Wurst în prim plan! Cântă imnul „Building Bridges”. Mai jos găsiți comentarii adunate de pe Facebook (grupuri dedicate Eurovisionului) și din presa internațională!
The Telegraph Live Blog
And there she is, Conchita, our Eurovision queen. Wearing a rather fetching glittery purple dress and, of course, accessorised with her trademark beard. Can she just win again, please?
The Guardian Live Blog
Oh no. No no. You don’t need to do an Olympics-style opening ceremony where all the acts get hauled on one-by one. Life is precious, guys, and time is short. Every time we’re watching a Norwegian singer stroll through an auditorium is time we don’t get to spend with our children.
Alexander Emanuel Avram Nu imi place Bogdan Stanescu (n.r. – comentator TVR)… nu prea e entuziast! 
Vali Rotari Andrei, grupul de jurati avizati de la Cernica din componenta caruia fac parte: subsemnatul, Adriana Angela Buciu Cimponeriu, Radu Adrian Cimponeriu, Cristian Ionita, Mircea Bejenaru, Aniela Ro si Petrut, este pregatit pentru ceea ce urmeaza.
The Guardian Live Blog
The middle host just announced that Eurovision is being broadcast live in China, and the two hosts either size of her just pulled the sort of triumphant faces that douchebags in deodorant adverts do whenever hot girls look at them. You know the face. It’s a kind of facial fist-pump. You know the face I’m talking about. I’m bored already.
Ora 22.20 – Prima concurentă. Slovenia: Maraaya – „Here For You“
The Guardian Live Blog : Maraaya, pick a look. You can either be dressed as a bride or dressed as someone with an unhealthy obsession with Jennifer Lopez’s Play video. You can’t do both. Also, pick a backing performer. You can either have a violinist or a dancer. Having a dancer who mimes playing the violin is both greedy and weird.
The Telegraph Live Blog: Apparently this is a „green” Eurovision. It’s also being shown live in China for the first time. Good heavens, are China going to be the special guests next year?
ESCBubble: Fantastic start to the show. Slovenia have gone down in the odds this past week, but I still think they have a good chance to make the top 10. Marijetka looks and sounds great and this is a perfect song to open this evening’s proceedings. Well done Slovenia!
The Telegraph Live Blog: And we’re off! This is Maraaya, opening the show with Slovenia’s entry. It’s a fun song but what is going on with those headphones? Maybe they’re meant to be a distraction from the unnerving contemporary dancer in the background dressed all in black, like a malevolent shadow.
 
Ora 22.23 – France: Lisa Angell – „N’oubliez Pas“
Dana Cristescu Bineinteles ca si piesa Frantei seamana cu orice piesa a lui Jean Jacques Goldman
Alexander Nagy Frantzuzoaica nu s-a deplasat degeaba la Viena.
Mela Mihaela piesa Frantei imi aduce aminte totusi de revelioanele anilor 80 „si acum, refrene internationale”
ESCBubble: Lots of applause for Lisa in the press centre. This is a classy lady singing a classy song. The last minute is fantastic and very moving. The only problem is that it takes 2 minutes to build, and I wonder if people will have tuned out by then? It’s not helped by the awful draw this has, but it deserves to do better than it probably will. Lots of cheers when the drummers come on stage! Bravo la France!
The Telegraph Live Blog: Apologies if you’re a France fan, but France have absolutely no chance of winning this thing. Not only is their song little more than a passably pleasant ballad-like dirge, they’re also performing second – traditionally known as the “death slot”, because no act has ever won from this position.
„Essentially this is a hymn to town planning”, says Harry from the arena.
 
Ora 22.26 – Israel: Nadav Guedj – „Golden Boy“
ESCBubble: HUGE applause in the press centre for this, it’s definitely one of the fan favourites. Have I underestimated this one? But more people seem more interested in the crowd of Israeli fans dancing in the press centre than the actual screens themselves. Still don’t think it’s strong enough to make the top 5, but it’s a welcome slice of fun and should pick up some votes.
 
 
Ora 22.29 – Estonia: Elina Born & Stig Rästa – „Goodbye To Yesterday“
The Guardian Live Blog : As has become traditional in these liveblogs, I’m about to betray my natural bias for Estonia by saying that this is one of the best songs so far. It’s like the theme for a James Bond film and not a Duffy B-side like you think. Hooray for Estonia!
Dana Cristescu Estonia – pacat ca sunt asa incruntati solistii care „construiesc poduri” si mai si falseaza pt ca n-ar fi fost rea piesa!
Vali Rotari usor Chris Rea….baiatl falsut….fata ok,…starea asemanatoare Gotye…Somebody that I used to know
Adi Manolovici Estonia in varianta 007. My name is Bond… James Bond.
 
Ora 22.33 – United Kingdom: Electro Velvet – „Still In Love With You“
Petru Gui Marea Britanie …retro super dragut , voci bune , muzica …acolo! …coregrafie …Eu sunt …cucerit
Mihaela Cucorada Nu se potriveste britanicilor!
Lavinia-Mihaela Ban Parca e clip din Gatsby!!!
Adi Manolovici UK in varianta Mowgli. Take two bananas !
Dana Cristescu Chiar asteptam prestatia UK dupa clipul de prezentare! Mi se pare cam kitsch mixul ” Marele Gatsby” / Andy Wharhol.
The Telegraph Live Blog: Bless Electro Velvet, this is actually pretty good. The strings and neon combo definitely make it stand out, and we’ve got a few fireworks in there too. Not bad. I feel guilty for not being more optimistic about our chances now.
The main problem is I just can’t believe the lyrics that the UK are singing here. “Sneezes and diseases”? “Don’t get wet, I’ll be upset”?
 
Ora 22.37 – Armenia: Genealogy – „Don’t Deny“
 Georgiana Patz Nu mi-au plăcut armenii nici în semifinală, așa că nu-i notez
Andrei Partos Melodic e plăcut…interpretarea e de club de tineret anii 80…
Anda Escu Sunt ortodocsi, dar regret nu-mi plac. 3-Armenia.
 
 
Ora 22.40 – Lithuania: Monika Linkytė and Vaidas Baumila – „This Time“
The Guardian Live Blog : They just kissed. Someone inform the International Same Difference Manufacturing Plant that the Lithuanian strain has escaped and started to breed. Please stop them, for the sake of mankind.
The Telegraph Live Blog: Crikey. Did Armenia just perform some kind of curse on all of us? That was surreal to say the least.
Now. This is a very sweet little duet but I’m massively distracted by how much it looks like Monika’s body is covered in scales in that dress.
Oh they’ve kissed. That’s nice. Definitely doesn’t look strained or awkward, as if they hate the sight of each other after smashing their lips together millions of times during weeks of rehearsals. Hope Monika’s got some lip balm stashed away somewhere in that scale-dress.
 
Ora 22.43 – Serbia: Bojana Stamenov – „Beauty Never Lies“
 
The Telegraph Live Blog:  Now THAT is a Eurovision outfit. Well done Bojana Stamenov. Somewhere there is a Christmas tree missing its decorative angel topper. Excellent outfits all round, actually, with a quick-change homage to Bucks Fizz, too!
I am hugely enjoying this song all about embracing difference and being yourself and all that lovely fuzzy right-on Eurovision stuff. This is turning into an apocalyptic body positivity rave. Or is Armenia’s magical curse just coming into effect? Either way, the whole competition just kicked up a notch.
Harry is reporting huge cheers for Serbia from inside the arena.
The Guardian Live Blog : Serbia has submitted a song about the universal truth found in beauty, which makes me slightly worried that it’s actually a Nivea commercial in disguise, but whatever. Anyway, if you’re keeping count, there’s a woman shouting into a wind machine.
 
Ora 22.50 – Norway: Mørland & Debrah Scarlett – „A Monster Like Me“
The Guardian Live Blog :This song is called A Monster Like Me. These singers are definitely monsters. The sort of monsters who over-emote and are massively into musical theatre. The worst kind of monsters, basically. Worse than Draculas.
 
 
Ora 22.54 – Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw – „Heroes“

The Telegraph Live Blog: And on we go! Unfortunately for Norway they’re followed by Sweden, Eurovision superstars and runaway favourites. So here we go with Sweden’s high-budget, high-stakes, world-beating anthemic dance pop mega-hit, heavily inspired by electro country DJ superstars and fellow Swedes Avicii, and sung by Måns Zelmerlöw.
Måns is wearing tight leather trousers and fist-bumping with his complicated on-stage visuals while singing. He’s a very attractive man and, being Swedish, he’s probably into all sorts of progressive paternity leave legislation, so he’ll be a resounding success with all the red-blooded Euro-ladies in the house (me). This is looking a lot like a winner. DOUZE POINTS. Stockholm 2016! What’s twelve points in Swedish?
The Guardian Live Blog : Obviously Sweden is going to win tonight, because this song is so muscular and self-assured that it makes mincemeat of almost everything else. However, I have two qualms: first, the singer looks a bit like BBC Three’s Russell Howard. Second, by dancing around with a cartoon like that, he reminds me of Paula Abdul and MC Skat Kat’s Opposites Attract video, and anything that forces me to rely on lazy nostalgia as a commentary device certainly deserves to be penalised.
BBC: SWEDEN: Errrr… everyone else can see the tiny chalk men, right? Right? •looks at Baileys* *throws away Baileys*
 
Ora 23.00 – Cyprus: John Karayiannis – „One Thing I Should Have Done“
The Guardian Live Blog :I’ll tell you one thing you should have done, John. You should have written a better song. And I’ll tell you another thing you should have done. You should have reconsidered switching from black and white to colour midway through the song like that, because it comes off like you’ve remade The Wizard of Oz about the magical adventures of a boring singer with a rubbish song.
 
 
Ora 23.05 – Australia: Guy Sebastian – „Tonight Again“

The Telegraph Live Blog: Yes, Australia. They’re in Europe now. And the headline act no less. Pretty much everyone wants them to win, because Neighbours is a net contribution to humanity, plus barbecues and Kylie Minogue.
Australia are the cool kids who nobody can quite believe even want to come to our party, and they’ve made an effort and everything. It’s strictly a one-year-only invitation, but if Australia actually win, they might perform next year too (and maybe even every year). Because the stakes are so high on an Australia win, they’ve been favourites to take home the prize ever since it was announced they’d be taking part.
Add to that the fact that they’re sending this polished, funky, well-crafted pop song performed by multi-platinum Australian chart singer Guy Sebastian, and they have a fighting chance. And look, isn’t he just having a wonderful time? MELBOURNE 2016! (Or whichever European city gets roped into hosting it instead.)
Take a moment to remember that it’s the middle of the night in Australia. Eurovision is like a fever dream at the best of times but spare a thought for any insomniac/drunk Aussies tuning in there right now, half-asleep and semi-hallucinating, no idea what the kangaroo is going on.
Elaine Wickham Basically liked the song … Still don’t understand why they are in it despite 60th anniversary as they can’t even host if they win ,…pointless.
But good song and performance

Jacqui Mepham Great performance Australia! Wish you’d come back every year to break up the ballads.
Tony Armstrong WOW!!! Loved Australia. So want him to do well. He really rocked it. Not a bum note. Love him.
Debra Woodhall-James We loved the Australia song and the Cyprus song think either should win. Not sure Australia has enough neighbours to win enough votes.
The Guardian Live Blog :Still, OK, Australia, we’ve let you become part of Europe for the night. Best case scenario, you’ll win. Worst case scenario, you’ll stay here long enough to grow a mullet and develop a thing for double denim.

 
Ora 23.10 – Belgium: Loïc Nottet – „Rhythm Inside“
The Telegraph Live Blog: Belgium this year is one of my favourites. It’s quite unusual, dark and edgy for a Eurovision song, but danceable nonetheless. The beginning is a bit reminiscent of Lorde’s Royals.
The Guardian Live Blog :A brave move by Belgium here. Not because it’s entered an ostensibly quite minimal song, but because the backing singers are clad from head to toe in unblemished white. Seriously, one mistimed hotdog bite and the whole shebang would have been utterly derailed.
 
Ora 23.14 – Austria: The Makemakes – „I Am Yours“

The Telegraph Live Blog: They’re the hosts so we have to be nice about them, but this song is pretty forgettable. Even the piano got so bored that it set fire to itself. And that didn’t liven things up.
Daniela B. Mocanu Asta sa fie lait-motivul anului: barbile?
Alexander Emanuel Avram Austria’s on fire!!! La propriu! Basistul imi amintea de vocalistul de la Opus!
Vali Rotari Belgia….foarte bine….piesa si interpretare buna…..posibil in primele 5
 
Ora 23.19 – Greece: Maria-Eleni Kyriakou – „One Last Breath“
Kreutzer Ioan Sorin Mama ce voce frumoasa are doamna din grecia!
Dana Cristescu Oricat de atasata as fi de Grecia care ramane destinatia mea preferata de vacanta
The Guardian Live Blog :Hey Greece, Celine Dion called. She doesn’t want her song back, though. She’s just asking for a pizza. I think she misdialled. It sounds like she’s crying. I’m worried about Celine Dion. Lady, either your diction is all over the place or this song is a meditation on how to treat sores with gongs. Either way, you look a bit like Shakira and you’ve proven your competency at shouting into windtunnels. So I guess there’s that.
 
Ora 23.23 – Montenegro: Knez – „Adio“
The Telegraph Live Blog: Montenegro now. Montenegro only has a population of 620,000, which probably explains why one of the backing dancers in this performance is the daughter of the lead singer, whose name is Knez. Knez is a huge musical star… in Montenegro. He looks like an Eastenders gangster and he appears to be walking on water with this staging. He is, to all intents and purposes, Montenegro’s Jesus.
The Guardian Live Blog :Well, so far this is just a load of Scottish Widows doing interpretive dance in the sea. If I stop paying attention to this performance, it’s because I’ve become overwhelmingly preoccupied with the prospect of them all getting electrocuted.
 
 
Ora 23.27 – Germany: Ann Sophie – „Black Smoke“

The Telegraph Live Blog: High drama behind this German entry. Like any sensible country (i.e. not the UK), Germany picks its Eurovision entry using an X-Factor-style televised competition, and this year the winner was a chap named Andreas Kümmert. But he suddenly backed out, live on stage, just after he was named the champion. So the runner up was sent instead.
And here she is: Ann Sophie, singing Black Smoke. It’s nice and non-cheesy, but it’s been a bit overshadowed by all the controversy. I actually really like it, in a Girls Aloud circa 2009 sort of way. But it’s a bit sub-Norway. Remember Norway? Happier times.

 
Ora 23.31 – Poland: Monika Kuszyńska – „In The Name Of Love“
The Guardian Live Blog : This is an especially dull ballad, performed by a woman in a wheelchair. Now, this probably speaks to how tacky Eurovision is, but I’m slightly worried that she’ll mark a keychange by rising from the wheelchair in a demonstration of the transformative power of music. I realise this is a horribly cynical thing to think. But if it happens, I’m abandoning the liveblog.
 
Ora 23.35 – Latvia: Aminata – „Love Injected“
The Guardian Live Blog : Listen, don’t call a song Love Injected. You may as well just call it Giant Tatty Penis, because that’s what you’re all making us think of. That’s my only complaint about this song, though, because it is TREMENDOUS. It sounds like nothing else this evening. It’s a song I’d listen to outside the boundaries of a contractually obligated liveblog. I really, really want it to win.

The Telegraph Live Blog: Now this is good fun. Edgy, folky… it’s just a shame that it’s called Love Injected. Maybe Electro Velvet’s lyricist wasn’t that bad after all.
I can sort of imagine this being sung by Katy Perry, but less well. Or sung better by FKA Twigs. But the fact that we’re even comparing her to contemporary musicians is a pretty good sign, surely.

 
 

Mesajul lui Călin Goia pentru românii din diaspora: VOTAȚI VOLTAJ!
Mesajul lui Călin Goia pentru românii din diaspora: VOTAȚI VOLTAJ!

Ora 23.40 – Romania: Voltaj – „De la capăt”
The Guardian Live Blog :Song 20! Romania: Voltaj, De la capăt. They’re mucking about with horses. I bet, before the evening is done, we’ll see an act pogo through a minefield. That’s how dangerous these pursuits are. I’m no expert, but I’d guess that Voltaj is Romanian for Heisenberg And His Dad Band, because that’s exactly what this is. It’s Coldplay, basically, except there’s a 55-year-old man in a baseball cap. I’m no expert, but I’d guess that Voltaj is Romanian for Heisenberg And His Dad Band, because that’s exactly what this is. It’s Coldplay, basically, except there’s a 55-year-old man in a baseball cap. “You will be the reason to start all over again” this song goes. FYI, if they do start this song all over again, I’m taking none of the blame. None of it. “You will be the reason to start all over again” this song goes. FYI, if they do start this song all over again, I’m taking none of the blame. None of it.

The Telegraph Live Blog: Ah now Romanian is a beautiful language and it’s nice to hear Voltaj going for it here. I mean, it’s not going to win (one of them would need to be in a white dress, at the very least, for that to happen) but this is all very dreamy and relaxing. Oh and it’s all about children. This is beautiful!
Why do so many Eurovision songs call for white pianos? Maybe white pianos are just really fashionable these days. I don’t pretend to keep up with the whims and fancies of modern piano trends.
Dan Middleton the lyrics are very meaningful
Deb Shea More interesting that Coldplay
MilenKa Rabin No, no, no! Coldplay was this year from Austria
Adele Bates Reminded me of the theme tune to ‘home & away’
Rene Johannsen Holy crap and other amazements! Are ring beards still hot, ladies?! I like the inspiration for the song though.
Richard Ogden Not a winner but I really like the spirit
Derek Norwell Wolves are howling all over Siberia at this one …
Tobias Berg Grows on you – Quality pop song. I actually forgot it wasn’t in English…
Ian Armstrong Leave your children behind , whilest begging on the streets of London Town
David Green And they’ve been going 20 years? nul point!
Dee McGregor Sir Ben Kingsley with a brooch
Oliver Ruessel Did you notice all the suitcases? The Romanians are preparing for invasion into the UK 🙂
Nicholas Hanso Nu conteaza ce loc si nici voturile ca oricum stim destul de bine ca se stie unde merge Eirovisionul la anu dar SUNTEM MANDRI DE PRESTATIA VOASTRA SI VA MULTUMIM VOLTAJ!!!
Unique Vivienne Jenant… chiar nu realizati ca au fost introdusi intre doua piese cu mari sanse de castig? La fel si ungurii. Avem un loc asigurat in coada clasamentului.
Alex Nistor O piesă de nivel mediu. Imagini care denotă sărăcie, viață grea, drama celor care pleacă afară pentru a-și face un viitor… Păcat că românii nu vor să își creeze o imagine de oameni puternici în Europa… Alții vin cu piese cu mesaj pozitiv, cu voci puternice, noi parcă bocim în fața Europei și Australiei.
Tazmanian DeMoon Wow! O interpretare superioară celei din semifinală.
Oricare ar fi rezultatul final, felicitări pentru segmentul majoritar al versurilor în limba română.
Ține de demnitate națională.

Mirela Ursu Nu e o piesa de locul 1,dar eu o votez ptr. ca am posibilitatea fiind in Italia!! si sper sa o faca f. multi romani din italia daca nu toti!! sigur am fi pe locul 1!! grin emoticon putem da 5 voturi!!!
Radu Shosho Melodia nu e de de eurovision… Dar multe alte melodii de anu ăsta nu sunt.. Măcar noi avem un mesaj… Toate șansele noastre stau în românii din diaspora.
Radu Shosho E un concurs de muzică. Se votează melodia, nu cântecul. România a avut o singură șansă la locul 1 și a ratat-o. Biondo în 2008. În schimb am trimis niște ciordicari atunci..
Sebi Nullachtneun Are dreptate pana la urma Alex Nistor. E destul ca ne fac altii saraci ,nu ar trebui sa ne milogim si noi …
Diana Ciornei Stiu ca piesa are un mesaj sensibil, dar cu siguranta ca o piesa ritmata si energizanta in genul la „20 de ani” ar fi avut mai mult succes. S-a demonstrat chiar si stiintific ca oamenii au tendinta sa se inconjoare cu mesaje pozitive si veselie. Oricum Felicitari Voltaj si succes ca doar ai nostri sunteti!
Alex Nistor Aș susține România dacă ar avea o piesă cu adevărat bună. Ultima dată când România m-a impresionat la Eurovision a fost atunci când au participat Sistem & Luminița Anghel. Ce spun aici unii dintre dvs, pe tema „să-i susținem că-s ai noștri” seamănă cu datul like-urilor pe Facebook la pițipoance „că le cunoaștem”. Anul acesta la Eurovision vor conta Suedia, Rusia, Australia, Georgia… noi o să fim cu puțin noroc în primii 10 și cam atât. Ăsta ne este nivelul, poate altă dată o să avem cu ce.
Bianca Duţă Este o melodie foarte buna ! Romania a avut mai mereu melodii ritmate si pozitive la Eurovision Song Contest si nu au facut mare lucru. Foarte multi straini apreciaza mesajul melodiei tocmai pt ca nu este inca o melodie ritmata sau o balada de dragoste.
Mihaela Ionascu O piesa frumoasa,insa sunt de aceeasi parere.Puteam arata si partea pozitiva a romanilor,oricum stie toata lumea prin ce trecem noi .Fiecare isi exprima parerea personala aici.
Mara Bianca Sunt de acord cu tine Alex Nistor piesa transmite un mesaj foarte deprimant. Ca viata in Romania e dura o stiu toti asta nu inseamna ca trebuie sa ne plangem de mila pe peste tot. Cred ca un mesaj pozitiv (gen da suntem saraci dar spiritul vesel nu il pierdem) era mai potrivit. Mie imi place voltaj exact pentru motivul asta. Ei reuseau mereu sa induca o stare jucausa si vesela. De data asta nu. Piesa negativa (nu realista), statica, fara sare si piper. E pana la urma un show unde e nevoie si de putin spectacol. Romanii din strainatate ii voteaza oricum, strainii in schimb nu!
Popp Marian Cristian Cel mai mult ma bucura ca au avut o piesa în limba maternă. M-am saturat ca totul sa fie în engleza. Pana la urma suntem romani și sa fim mândrii de cei care ne reprezinta tara prin astfel de situații nu de cei care se dau romani și ne fac de ras.
Simona Petrescu Parca am cersi pe muzica, nu in metrou ci pe scena. Si asta ca sa obtinem voturile diasporei. Dar nu aude doar diaspora. Ar trebui sa mizam pe calitati nu pe conjuncturi. Sustinem astfel faima proasta pe care o avem in Europa.
Marius Dan La final a dat cu mucii in fasole!
Ana Lugojana deci fara suparare ptr Voltaj, dar am avut exact senzatia aia cand intri in metrou si iti canta aia ‘mamelor din lumea intreaga, nu lasati copii pe strada’ … si nu ma refer la voce
Catalin Eugen Caba Da, locul 15 e greu de atins, dar tinand cont de adresabilitate, e posibil sa il atingem.
Crashsky’s Place Cu o asemenea concurență, la cât de jalnic ne-am prezentat vizual, am merita să fim ultimii!
Sorescu Razvan Stefan Dintre toti vizual, ca prezenta scenica tot, am fost cei mai VARZA, PRAF, ORIBIL !!! Pana si piese precum Ungaria, Cipru, UK, care sunt vai de ele sau prezentat mai bine decat noi …
 
 
 
Ora 23.44 – Spain: Edurne – „Amanecer“
The Guardian Live Blog : The song ended with the singer going “Don’t leave the children behind”. And then they cut to a kid waving frantically. He’s totally been left behind.

Ianc Daniel Bogdan Foarte buna vocea,dar falsetul de la final a cam distrus prestatia
 
 
Ora 23.47 – Hungary: Boggie – „Wars For Nothing“

The Telegraph Live Blog: As we’re coming to the end of the night, it’s time to be brutal. This is all very nice but I was surprised it even qualified. It goes absolutely nowhere. I want my Spanish Eighties disco back.
Though maybe I should retract that, as I’ve just had a text from my mum, who says she loves them. She says they remind her of the folk scene in the Sixties, and she was there for that the first time around. But is my mum, erstwhile Sixties flower child, an accurate Eurovision barometer?

 
 
Ora 23.52 – Georgia: Nina Sublatti – „Warrior“
The Guardian Live Blog :Now! Georgia: Nina Sublatti, Warrior. In the meantime, I just heard from Australia. They just woke up. They slept through the show. This is not the first time I’ve been jealous of an Australian. Oh THANK GOD for Georgia. This is exactly what this song contest needs – a woman expressing her dual loves of Jessie J and The Crow in the most berserk way possible. This woman is TERRIFYING.

The Telegraph Live Blog: Georgia is here to terrify you into staying awake until the bitter end. She looks as if she’s escaped from the Night’s Watch in Game of Thrones. I’m too scared to be mean about her so all I’ll say is that she looks like I wished I looked back when I was an emo teenager. Black feather shoulder-piece, thigh-high leather boots, fearsome eyeliner, and a gloriously angry face. She is the queen of teen goths across Europe, so let’s hope she can count on their votes.
Everyone should dress like this.

 
 
Ora 23.56 – Azerbaijan: Elnur Huseynov – „Hour Of The Wolf“
The Telegraph Live Blog: Azerbaijan has been sliding up the betting since the semis and they could in theory stand a chance here – they throw everything at Eurovision and this is catchy enough, despite the slighty strange primeval crawling from the backing dancers, under a blood red moon. Are we finally seeing the true results of the curse cast by Armenia, all those songs ago?
These human-spider dancers are going to prey on me in my sleep for years to come. Please do not vote for them.
 
 
 
Ora 00.00 – Russia: Polina Gagarina – „A Million Voices“
The Telegraph Live Blog:  Russia’s song is an example of an entry that didn’t really stand out before the live performances began, but as soon as their singer, the drop-dead gorgeous Polina Gagarina, took to the stage in her huge light-up white dress and absolutely nailed the high notes in her soaring ballad A Million Voices in the first semi-final, bookies reported a surge of bets that she’d win the whole thing outright.

People may not be too fond of Russia’s human rights record, but this is a song about peace, so good on them I suppose.
Harry reports from the arena that nobody is booing this time and the crowd seem to genuinely love Polina.
Good grief. Are we heading to Sochi next year?
The Guardian Live Blog : OK, there’s 143 million people in Russia. So a million voices represents an overwhelming minority of voices. This song would be better off being called 142 Million Apathetic Silences.

 
 
Ora 00.04 – Albania: Elhaida Dani – „I’m Alive“
The Guardian Live Blog :Well, this is lovely. I haven’t quite been able to catch all of the lyrics, but from what I’ve heard it’s almost definitely the loveliest song about botched vivisection that I’ve ever heard. Full marks, Albania.

The Telegraph Live Blog:  We’re almost there, folks. Here’s Albania, singing a song called “I’m Alive”, which isn’t particularly appropriate to how I feel right now.
Elhaida Dani struggled in the semis, somehow managing to sing every note in existence at once and also none of them, but she makes a good fist of this. You have to pity her coming straight after the roof-raising Russia. She doesn’t even have a glowing dress.
Ciprian Roman cam canta de capul ei si instrumentalu patineaza pe langa ea.incepuse bine pana s-a intalnit cu aratura.

 
 
 
Ora 00.09 – Italy: Il Volo – „Grande Amore“
The Guardian Live Blog : THE LAST SONG! It’s Italy: Il Volo, Grande amore. No fire. What a massive bloody anticlimax. Right, I’m not entirely sure what’s going on here. From what I can tell, Italy found the DNA of a vaguely anonymous boyband member trapped in amber and cloned it in a disastrous Jurassic Park-style mangling of God’s will to produce this band. No wonder they all look so bloody anguished.
BBC: ITALY: “The Three Tenors” tribute act fails due to excessive fitness.
Angelle Magro The best of all the songs .Great vocals .Well done Italy .From Malta
Alina Ionescu Am murit si am inviat in acelasi timp datorita celor de la Il Volo
Ana Lugojana cred ca prima e Italia, au avut si norocul sa incheie … sa fie oare ‘noroc’?  … a doua Suedia sigur
 
 

Ora 00.38 – STOP VOT!!!

Iată cum au votat țările participante:
 

Clasament intermediar
Clasament intermediar

1. Muntenegru:: Azerbaidjan 8 p; Albania 10 p; Serbia – 12 p
2. Malta:: Azerbaidjan 8 p: Suedia – 10 p; Italia – 12 p
3. Finlanda: Rusia 8 p; Estonia 10 p; Suedia – 12 p
4. Grecia: Rusia – 8 p; Cipru – 10 p; Italia – 12 p
5. Portugalia: Voltaj a primit 4 puncte!!! S-a întrerurpt transmisia. Suedia – 8 p; Rusia – 10 p; Italia – 12 p. 
6. Romania: Suedia – 8 p; Rusia – 10 p; Italia – 12 p
7. Belarus: Belgia – 8 p; Suedia – 10 p; Rusia – 12 p
8. Albania: Rusia – 8 p; Grecia – 10 p; Italia – 12 p
9. Moldova (acum luăm și noi 12 puncte!!): Suedia – 8 p; Rusia – 10 p; România – 12 p
10. Azerbaidjan: Italia – 8 p; Georgia – 10 p; Rusia – 12 p.
11. Letonia: Italia – 8 p; Rusia – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
12. Serbia: Suedia – 8 p; Rusia – 10 p; Muntenegru – 12 p
13. Estonia (S-a întrerurpt transmisia): Ungaria – 8 p; Suedia – 10 p; Rusia – 12 p.
14. Danemarca: România a primit 2 puncte!! Australia – 8 p; Rusia – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p
15. Elveția: Australia – 8 p; Norvegia – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
16. Belgia: România a  primit 5 puncte!!! Italia – 8 p; Rusia – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
17. Franța: Suedia – 8 p; Rusia – 10 p; Belgia – 12 p.
18. Armenia: Muntenegru – 8 p; Georgia – 10 p; Rusia – 12 p.
19. Irlanda: Rusia – 8 p; suedia – 10 p, Letonia – 12 p.
Clasament final Eurovision 2015
Clasament final Eurovision 2015

20. Suedia: Italia – 8 p; Belgia – 10 p; Australia -12 p.
21. Germania: Belgia – 8 p; Suedia – 10 p; Rusia – 12 p
22. Australia: Italia – 8 p; Rusia 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
23. Cehia: Rusia – 8 p; Suedia – 10 p; Azerbaidjan – 12 p.
24. Spania: România  aprimit 5 puncte!! Suedia – 8 puncte; Rusia – 10 p; Italia – 12 p
25. Austria: Rusia – 8 p; Italia – 10 p; Australia – 12 p.
26. Macedonia: Slovenia – 8 p; Serbia – 10 p; Albania – 12 p.
27. Slovenia: Italia – 8 p; Muntenegru – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
28. Ungaria: România a primit 1 punct (asta da surpriză)!!! Australia – 8 p; Suedia – 10 p; Belgia – 12 p.
29. Marea Britanie: Italia – 8 p; Australia – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
30. Georgia (S-a întrerurpt transmisia): Italia – 8 p; Azerbaidjan – 10 p; Armenia – 12 p
31. Lituania: Estonia – 8 p; Suedia – 10 p; Letonia – 12 p.
32. Olanda: Australia – 8 p; Suedia – 10 p; Belgia – 12 p.
33. Polonia: Australia – 8 p; Letonia – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
34. Israel: România a primit 5 puncte!!! Rusia – 8 p; Suedia – 10 p; Italia – 12 p.
35. Rusia: Suedia – 8 p; Belgia – 10 p; Italia – 12 p.
36. San Marino: Australia – 8 p; Italia – 10 p; Letonia – 12 p.
37. Italia: Israel – 8 p; Rusia – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
38. Islanda: Australia – 8 p; Norvegia – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
39. Cipru: România a primit 1 punct; Grecia – 8 p; Suedia – 10 p; Italia – 12 p.
40. Norvegia: Letonia – 8 p; Australia – 10 p; Suedia – 12 p.
 
A câștigat Suedia cu 365 de puncte!!! Felicitări!
Podiumul a fost completat de Rusia (303 puncte) și Italia (292 puncte).
România a strâns 35 de puncte și s-a clasat pe locul 15.
 

Comentarii adunate după aflarea rezultatului:

Dafy Finutza: SUEDIA castiga Eurovisionul..tara piternica , nu si melodie potrivita !
Adrian Cristea: N-a fost Italia dar macar am scapat de Carnatul cu barba.
Iar la anul ne uitam la… Suedeze
Cristina Postolache: I sure „liked” Russia’s song… I just don’t remember it :))))
So, congrats Sweden!
Petre Irimus: Pe cat punem pariu ca vom auzi maine ca, de fapt, Voltaj au fost cei mai buni, dar s-a votat geo-politico-strategic, ca ne-au furat arbitrii, ca Pontam ca Basescu, ca Iohannis, etc….
Petre-Vasile Racoviţă NICI UN PUNCT DIN ITALIA PT. ROMANIA!!! UMILINTA TOTALA!!! Si ziceam ca Spania ne-a dat DOAR 5 pct….. Avem o imagine execrabila in Europa!
Claudiu Curaciuc te asteptai sa dea romanilor?…geopolitic..asa cum s-a si votat?…ai primit 12 de la moldova..amin…ei sunt singurii care inca ne respecta…chiar daca nu meritam….Tot respectul pt voltaj..dar a cantat ca un amator…a avut emotii prea mari 
Ade Lyna S-a votat in Italia! 5 voturi permise. Imposibil sa nu se fi strans nici macar de 1punct. Sunt niste jegosi ordinari
Costica Homenco Homenco …Iar România nu a dat nici un punct Spaniei, care „cotizează” în fiecare an, pentru România. ..RUSINE.
Nicoleta Stoian Eu am votat de 5 ori dar am primit un singur mesaj de confirmare şi la celelalte eroare,de pe fix nu a mers,cică nu e bun numărul…..niste scarbe ….noi am dat 12 puncte italiei şi nu am luat măcar 1
Cristi Gi’că sa fim realisti, melodia si coregrafia Suediei a fost SUPER, era oricum favorita inainte de FINALA, iar pt Romania nici nu speram la mai mult de locul 10… sa nu mai emitem pretentii, cand vezi ca doar Moldova iti acorda pct iar restul vecinilor nostri nu, e clar
Roxy Sandu Nu va mai plângeți nene atat..Spania s-a clasat pe locul 21…Romania e pe 15 din 27…voturile se dau in funcție de interese politice si economice …important este ca am fost in finala si in ultimii 10 ani nu am lipsit de acolo…suntem singura tara care a cântat in doua limbi…BRAVO VOLTAJ!!!
Cristina Andronache Voltaj nu era de eurovizion sunt buni pentru romania dar pentru un concurs de asa marime slab de tot isi au locul pe care il merita
Zenovia Giulia sunt atatia romani in Italia ..care au votat,eu am votat max.de voturi 20..imposibil sa nu fi avut nici un punct din Italia…nu este corect….pentru ce atunci se mai voteaza??Noi le-am dat 12 puncte..iar ei nici macar nu au luat in consideratie voturile romanilor din Italia care au votat..
Vali Dimian O melodie oribila …….Suedia a castigat pe merit De fiecare data noi suntem codasii Europei
Mariana Mari Radu Am avut noroc în Moldova ca ne-a dat 12 puncte. Au și specificat nemții ca sunt vecini ca astfel nu le primeam.
Ady Adrian Daca si asta i piesa cu care sa se castige eurovisonul atunci noi ar trebui sa nu ne mai prezentam avem piese mai bune ,frumoase etc numa ca nu ne voteaza lumea din alte tarii ptr felul nostru ca facem numa prostii pe unde mergem ,,,,,nu merita suedia sa castige da poate in primele 5 da …..
Hide YaFace De ce se mira atata lume ca n-am primit voturi de la italia, franta, germania ? Pentru ca aceasta piesa nu le merita! Sincer! Cu 2-3 euro mai bine cumperi ii copilului tau, pentru care muncesti de iti rupi oasele in acele tari ca un sclav, niste bomboane! Nu sa votezi ceva ce nu merita! Poate in urmatorul an se alege o piesa adevarata! Nu una care suna oribil mai ales in engleza „over again”
Suciu Emilia Alexandra S-a votat f mult din Germania, si eu am votat de f multe ori. Rusine ca ne-au furat voturile din toate tarile!!! Chiar aveam sperante ca o sa castige Romania! frown emoticon
 
 

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Comentarii adunate de pe Facebook înainte de începerea finalei și mesaje primite noaptea trecută, în timpul emisiunii „Psihologul muzical” (Radio România Actualități):

 
George Titus Albulescu Va prezint favoritii, conform casei de pariuri William Hill. 1.Suedia 2.Rusia, 3.Italia, 4.Australia, 5.Belgia…16-23. Albania, Armenia, Austria, Cipru, Franta, Grecia, Ungaria, Romania.
Liviu Mihai Damian Pentru moment aia din sala nu au nici o treaba cu Eurovisionul. Inca se lupta cu berile si carnatii.
Danny Avram Nu știu ce sa zic de votul la Eurovision , sunt f dezamăgit. Anul trecut împreună cu câțiva prieteni am trimis peste 200 voturi Romaniei (max 20 voturi p pers)și nu au luat voturile, am primit înapoi răspuns de la Televiziunea daneza, DR , a doua zi unde spunea ca nu pot vota aceasta tara ( Ro) si votul nu e luat in considerare prin urmare nu îmi i-a nici banii..nu știu ce sa mai cred..am început sa bănuiesc ca nu e bn ceva dupa ce am vazut ca la un moment dat am gresit numărul de vot și în loc de 06 am votat 07 și acela a fost singurul vot acceptat, deci nu au vrut sa lase voturile Romaniei.. așa au făcut sa iasă cine au vrut ei, fff ciudat ca aproape toate tarile au votat Austria pe 1 loc. Sper sa reușim anul acesta sa votăm mult mai mulți, VOLTAJ merita. Hai România!!!
Ps: ați mai întâlnit careva aceasta problema ?

Rune Sagen we need another winner than sweden tonight. A winner song that does not need a video performance on stage to win.
Teddi, Londra: Top 3 Eurovision: 1. Italia 2. Suedia 3. Rusia. Iar pe ultimele 3 locuri: UK, Albania, Armenia.
Simona, metalfan: 1. Rusia 2. Belgia 3. Italia.
Nicoleta: 1. Suedia 2. Rusia 3. Polonia.
Robby, Reşiţa: 1. Belgia 2. Rusia 3. Italia.
Black Eloise: 1. Suedia 2. Belgia 3. Rusia. Iar pe ultimele locuri: Franţa, UK, Spania
Boogie: 1. Italia 2. Rusia 3. Suedia. Îmi place idea lui Teddi. La coada clasamentului va fi bătaie mare! Armenia, Germania, UK.
Mirela, Milano: 1. Italia 2. Suedia 3. Rusia. Iar ultimele… Franţa, UK, Spania.
Maria, Spania: Pentru Eurovision. Pronosticul meu este: 1. Suedia 2. Rusia 3 Italia. Iar pe ultimele locuri… aşa cum ne-am obişnuit: UK, Franţa, Spania, Germania.
Cornel, Timişoara: Clasament Eurovision: 1. Australia 2. Italia 3. Rusia. Ultimele locuri: Marea Britanie, Spania, Franţa. Se ştie deja!
Vicky: Hmmm… complicat la Eurovision… Cred că Australia va ieşi în primele 3 locuri, asta ca să se justifice tema din acest an, Building Bridges… Aşadar, eu zic aşa: 1. Rusia 2. Suedia 3. Australia 4. Italia 5. Belgia. Iar pe ultimele locuri: UK, Franţa, Germania… ca de obicei.
KissArmy: Apropo de Eurovision. Nu va câştiga Rusia. No Way! E situaţia complicate cu Ucraina… nu riscă Europa să meargă acolo din nou. Eu zic aşa: 1. Suedia (mi-a plăcut mult show-ul lor şi piesa), 2. Italia (îmi place piesa), 3. Rusia (asta pentru că se va vota geopolitic). Iar la coada clasamentului… Franţa, UK, Spania… exact ţările care nu iau voturi niciodată.
Cristi, Arad: Top Eurovision: 1. Israel 2. Suedia 3. Rusia. Ultimii vor fi şi în acest an: Franţa, Germania, UK.
Arici Ţepos: 1. Suedia 2. Israel 3. Italia. Pe ultimele locuri: România, UK, Franţa. Ceea ce ar trebui să ne bucure pentru că în acest concurs piesele bune sunt mereu la coadă!
Viorela din Banat: În mod normal, cel puţin după mintea mea, ar trebui să câştige Italia. Clasamentul meu este: 1. Italia 2. Israel 3. Belgia. La coadă ar trebui să fie mulţi, dar se cam ştie cine nu primeşte voturi… UK, Franţa, Spania, Germania… Nemţii mai câştigă doar dacă mai vine vreo criză financiară peste Europa pentru că doar ei au bani să organizeze, altfel n-au nicio şansă!
Magdalena, Cricovul de Jos: Eu vreau să câştige Israelul. Are cea mai tare piesă! Restul nu-mi plac!
Gabriel Balint eu zic ca la Eurovision va fi 1.Polonia 2.Suedia 3.Ungaria 4.Romania 5.Italia
 

The Guardian Live Blog:

Oh, christ, I forgot to do a drinking game this year. How about this – drink whenever:
*A woman screams into a wind machine
*A song doubles as a tortured metaphor for the agony of war
*Someone references ‘the children’ in such a boneheaded way that you can’t be fully sure of their meaning
*Nigella Lawson presents the UK votes while wearing a Conchita beard.
* Graham Norton makes a dimwitted ‘Bur, Australia isn’t in Europe’ crack.
* A dress lights up, changes colour, grows, shrinks, falls off or is torn about by a marauding bull that’s somehow found itself in the arena.
*Just, you know, whenever you feel like drinking. This is Eurovision, after all. We’ve got to get through it somehow.
Tonight’s themes, apparently, are ‘bridges’ and ‘circles’. This follows last year, of course, which had the themes ‘carpeting’ and ‘open sores’.

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