Eurovision Challenge: Day 10

The tackiest performance


Almost there:

Boom Boom Boomerang by Schmetterlinge (Austria 1977)

Love City Groove by Love City Groove (United Kingdom 1995)

Time To Party by The Jet Set (Poland 2007)

Leto Svet by Kreisiraadio (Estonia 2008)

Baila El Chiki Chiki by Rodolfo Chikilicuatre (Spain 2008)


But the tackiest is:

Loca by Arsenium, Natalia Gordienko & Connect-R (Moldova 2006)

Where do I start?

a) average vocals; b) hideous costumes; c) a terrible multi-coloured walk-through shark fin prop thing; d) the gratuitous removal of said hideous costumes; e) ridiculous choreography; f) a SCOOTER!

Give me, give me a bucket!


About Jaz

I'm Jaz, I'm 27, and I'm 110% Eurovision OBSESSED. The contest is one big party and I like to keep it going 365 days a year - that's why I write about anything and everything ESC on my blog. Come join the fun, and I promise you'll never have a nul-point experience!

Posted on September 9, 2011, in Eurovision 2006, Random Stuff and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. OMG how could I forget this “song”? Maybe it’s because I forced myself to forget it? I find it disgusting, The lyrics are terrible as well and as an almost-native Spanish speaker I feel offended 😛 I mean, I never liked Spanglish, but this is just so LAME oh and I agree the costume removal was so pointless! Ugh That said, I totally agree with your “winner” yeah, that’s totally deserved.


    • Now that I think about it I regret putting them on top…coz it means they actually won something!!! Whoops =P
      Moldova are so much better than that.


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