- September 28, 2009
Yeah idk how true is that, BNT always make excuses but whatever, also no I fully expect that they will actally go into the total opposite direction and will send something more daring and in Bulgarian in 2022. They also understand that internal selections are a good temporary solution but in the long run it won't turn out good.First of all, BNT can't afford Azis. They can't even afford the participation fee, hence the need of a sponsor every year.
But since 2016, Bulgaria really wants to win and they seem to be on the mindset that they'll need an English song for that. So for '22 I'm expecting another internally selected dark/sad pop entry, though they might aim for a more televote friendly song.
This is not a random radio station, smartass, it's BNT's own radio with EBU membership. I don't think they would lie for people like that and the radio would follow their possible roleplayIt's clearly fake, if it had been true the news would've been reported in all the ESC-websites and by BNT by now, when they didn't even mention ESC in the evening TV news.
In what musical universe are Austria, France and Spain in that year a copy of Lordi??? The don‘t even ressemble one another and are completely different styles!And also, after Finland won ESC in 2006, in 2007 Andorra, Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Iceland, Israel, Montenegro, Spain and Sweden, participated with an entry that clearly tried to copy that concept, and all of them flopped really HARD. Is that what Bulgaria wants? To take part in 2022 with an entry that would clearly give them a bottom 3 placement in the semifinal?