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Happy that Armenia is in !
 

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Imyehhhhh I was pretty sure they can't make it this year, considering the political unrest and uncertainty in the country.

Athena was in my top 10 last year, I rarely say this but I hope she comes back with 'Chains on You 2.0'
I will be so bummed if she comes with a ballad
 

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Imyehhhhh I was pretty sure they can't make it this year, considering the political unrest and uncertainty in the country.

Athena was in my top 10 last year, I rarely say this but I hope she comes back with 'Chains on You 2.0'
I will be so bummed if she comes with a ballad
And with that revamped version.. xheat
 

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Chains on, chains on you
I'ma put them, boy
Chains on, chains on you
Chains on, chains on you
I'ma put them, boy
Chains on, chains on you
xqueenbitch

Me getting possessed every time the song plays, with sex appeal and confidence levelling up:

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I look forward to the confirmation that she's in. Fingers crossed for an effort that's on part with last year's. xheat Go Armenia!
 

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We all saw this coming but it's still disappointing. Hopefully it's not for too long; maybe they can come back and win next year like Ukraine in Stockholm.
 

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that is a shame.. was kinda looking forward to them.. but yeah they have a lot going on in their country so it's understandable.. hope they come back stronger than ever
 

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Can't believe they've been waiting until March, like all these problems would disappear somehow.

Hopefully they won't get fined. Even despite our political differences I fully understand how it feels, we have gone through the same shit in 2015. So... victory in 2022? xthink
 

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Understandable but also very sad. I was rooting for Athena's return. She was one of my favourites from 2020. Hopefully all goes well and Armenia will be back with us next year.
 

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I can understand the issues with the country have a play on their withdrawal decision.
But citing "the shortness of production time" as one of the reasons is something I don't understand.
They have the same amount of time to prepare as the other delegations and even have more time if they internally select Athena.

So are they saying the local political environment did not allow the the delegation to prepare for it?
Maybe someone can fill in the gaps for me?
 

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I can understand the issues with the country have a play on their withdrawal decision.
But citing "the shortness of production time" as one of the reasons is something I don't understand.
They have the same amount of time to prepare as the other delegations and even have more time if they internally select Athena.

So are they saying the local political environment did not allow the the delegation to prepare for it?
Maybe someone can fill in the gaps for me?

probably there were some budget cuts, some journalists had to work on other projects, some were fired etc.. it's hard to understand but the war + the political protests have a huge impact on the media..
 
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