- September 28, 2009
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Phew.. so it's a false alarm due to georgian noodle alphabet.
nope the translation is correct, you can check the comments from Georgian fans who demand an apology and want to disqualify him..Phew.. so it's a false alarm due to georgian noodle alphabet.
I think he was just expressing his disappointment with the Georgian broadcaster that doesn't seem to be that interested in Eurovision. And he was complaining that he's the one having to promote this entry, i guess...
I know some users will roll their eyes at me being on the defending side again, but maybe it's a georgian expression?
You have no idea how confused i was when i learned that "break a leg" means "good luck"
and I know what you're thinking, and yes, it was indeed in 2011
Lake Malawi didn't like ESC? That is new to me actually! Their song was in my top 10 ... what anearworm!In any case, I am not mad at Tornike. Plenty of artists have a negative opinion about Eurovision before actually going there. It was the same story with Lake Malawi, they had thought the show was a creepy shitshow for years, and only changed their minds once they actively participated. Perhaps Tornike could be on a similar trajectory...
Lake Malawi didn't like ESC? That is new to me actually! Their song was in my top 10 ... what anearworm!
Well, I neither want to condemn Tornike nor defend him, but who knows what is behind the story? And nevertheless, I still love his song and support him.