JESC challenge: #13, #14 and #15
Day 13: Your favourite entry of all time
My Song for the World by Tom Morley (United Kingdom 2003)
Pigen Er Min by Cool Kids (Denmark 2004)
Učimo Strane Jezike by Neustrašivi Učitelji Stranih Jezika (Serbia 2006)
Det Finaste Någon Kan Få by Molly Sandèn (Sweden 2006)
But my favourite is:
Zo Verliefd (Yodelo) by Laura (Belgium 2009)
No words are necessary. Still, if you require some, see #4 of the challenge. That says it all!
Day 14: Your least favourite entry of all time
Kapou Mperdeftika by Made in Greece (Greece 2007)
I tried to avoid picking The One – that is, The Worst One – in a previous part of the challenge, but I have now been foiled. So I’m picking the girls in the wedding dresses, and saying ‘I don’t’!
Day 15: National final song that should have made it to JESC
Daijere by 3T (Georgia 2011) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pBwhU4lbxw
Gzavnili by Shotiko Shermadini (Georgia 2011) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZL9nL795gQ
I’ve decided to take my least favourite country of JESC-to-come for this one. I love both of these songs, especially Daijere, and can only dream that one of them was chosen instead of Candy. Sure, sure, one sounds very similar to Katy Perry’s Firework and the other is basically a Georgian version of Born This Way by Lady Gaga – but I’d rather listen to a Katy/Gaga copy any day than a song rather derivative of Georgia’s disqualified ESC entry from 2009 (which may not have been disqualified for being terrible, but let’s face it, it was).
Posted on November 15, 2011, in Junior Eurovision and tagged Belgium, Georgia, Greece, Junior Eurovision, Kapou Mperdeftika, Laura, Made In Greece, national finalists, song challenge, Zo Verliefd. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.