Zoot, with a little help from Floyd in the background, keeps the meme of the Epic Sax Man alive for another month or two.
As delegations around the continent look back at their 2012 Eurovision campaign (and some of them ask the fans what they thought was wrong), ESC Insight has a simple message we would like everyone to remember as they make plans for 2013.
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Yesterday was all about the songs the National Finals sent by mistake, today it’s the flip-side. Which countries managed to choose the right song to send to Eurovision 2012, even if the final result wasn’t what was hoped for? ESC Insight starts the debate.
Now the dust is settling on this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, the analysis can begin. Let’s start with song selection. Forty Two songs made it to Baku, but which songs really should have been left behind for something else in their National Final? Where did it go horribly wrong? Here’s what we think…
It all starts again. Even as we look back on the 2012 contest, our next Eurovision cities are calling us. Amsterdam (JESC 2012) and Stockholm (ESC 2013, and yes, we’re 99.95% sure it’s going to the capital) are on the horizon, and we’ll have all the news, national finals, gossip, and entries as they happen in the regular ESC Insight podcast.