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crashworld

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To be honest, I won't be surprised if they ditch Ben. It does feel that performance in the German replacement show is like a contractual obligation fulfillment. But I am still glad we got a great song by Ben although I hope he will try to represent his own country in the future.
 

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To be honest, I won't be surprised if they ditch Ben. It does feel that performance in the German replacement show is like a contractual obligation fulfillment. But I am still glad we got a great song by Ben although I hope he will try to represent his own country in the future.
Yes they went on right track with song wise,just find better singer and then back on game...
 

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No Ben Dolic for next year....
Oh well Twitter rumours were true....


Also I read in Another article that was in English that they are planning new national selection for German entry in 2021...
 

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All I want him for Germany 2021....
Either classic meme Ally Ryan (Yes I still want her) or Xavier...
 

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All I want him for Germany 2021....
Either classic meme Ally Ryan (Yes I still want her) or Xavier...
Such a perfect post to come back to reply to, lololololol ^^ Xavier Darcy for life, miss him miss him miss him.

:de: , your 2020 choice was bad
That's rude. :/

Maybe I should just hang out here more. Everybody on .net seems to have personal vendetta against Germany and are relieved Ben's not going idk

and you being a part of both forums does not help, Lady Fate
 

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Such a perfect post to come back to reply to, lololololol ^^ Xavier Darcy for life, miss him miss him miss him.



That's rude. :/

Maybe I should just hang out here more. Everybody on .net seems to have personal vendetta against Germany and are relieved Ben's not going idk

and you being a part of both forums does not help, Lady Fate
Legit one of dream artists I want him to see represent Germany... Or even France and Portugal....
 

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Oh well. I will let myself surprise ... Wish we could have Lily among clouds (something like "surprise", please).
 

crashworld

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I guess it's expected. But seems to be in line with how the internal selection process is. They just want to have the best package to represent the country. And given that Ben will be partnering with Borislav, let's hope we will get a great song that will be more suited to Ben's stage persona.
 

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Her Time is over. She will forever stay the Epitome of a Fanflop. In the real World outside the ESC-Fandom, her Appeal doesnt exist.

And btw. it was Makeda who was robbed and not her.
 

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For me the real queen of the preselection 2019 will always be Lilly Among Clouds!! xqueenbitch

Indeed, was lucky to see her in concert this year before the lockdown, she has a lot of great songs and is a very likeable artist :-)
 

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Interesting ESC-Trivia from ESC-Kompakt about the most successful ESC-Entries of the 2010s by Percentage:

50. Aserbaidschan 2019 (Chingiz „Truth“, Platz 8) – 31,46 %
49. Ukraine 2011 (Mika Newton „Angel“, Platz 4) – 31,55 %
48. Nordmazedonien 2019 (Tamara Todevska „Proud“, Platz 7) – 31,77 %
47. Aserbaidschan 2010 (Safura „Drip Drop“, Platz 5) – 31,80 %
46. Dänemark 2010 (Chanée & N’Evergreen „In A Moment Like This“, Platz 4) – 32,68 %
45. Ungarn 2014 (András Kállay-Saunders „Running“, Platz 5) – 33,10 %
44. Griechenland 2013 (Koza Mostra & A. Iakovidis „Alcohol Is Free“, Platz 6) – 33,33 %
43. Deutschland 2018 (Michael Schulte „You let me walk alone“, Platz 4) – 33,73 %
42. Österreich 2018 (Cesár Sampson „Nobody but you“, Platz 3) – 33,93 %
41. Italien 2017 (Francesco Gabbani „Occidentali’s Karma“, Platz 6) – 33,94 %
40. Norwegen 2019 (KEiiNO „Spirit in the sky“, Platz 6) – 34,48 %
39. Schweden 2019 (John Lundvik „Too late for love“, Platz 5) – 34,79 %
38. Schweden 2017 (Robin Bengtsson „I Can’t Go On“, Platz 5) – 34,96 %
37. Rumänien 2010 (Paula Seling & Ovi „Playing With Fire“, Platz 3) – 35,53 %
36. Schweden 2011 (Eric Saade „Popular“, Platz 3) – 36,71 %
35. Belgien 2017 (Blanche „City Lights“, Platz 4) – 36,89 %
34. Türkei 2010 (maNga „We Could Be the Same“, Platz 2) – 37,28 %
33. Italien 2011 (Raphael Gualazzi „Madness Of Love“, Platz 2) – 37,50 %
32. Schweiz 2019 (Luca Hänni „She got me“, Platz 4) – 37,92 %
31. Moldau 2017 (SunStroke Project „Hey Mamma“, Platz 3) – 38,01 %
30. Russland 2013 (Dina Garipowa „What If“, Platz 5) – 38,16 %
29. Russland 2019 (Sergey Lazarev „Scream“, Platz 3) – 38,54 %
28. Lettland 2015 (Aminata „Love Injected“, Platz 6) – 39,74 %
27. Armenien 2014 (Aram Mp3 „Not Alone“, Platz 4) – 40,28 %
26. Australien 2015 (Guy Sebastian „Tonight Again“, Platz 5) – 41,88 %
25. Norwegen 2013 (Margaret Berger „I Feed You My Love“, Platz 4) – 41,89 %
24. Zypern 2018 (Eleni Foureira „Fuego“, Platz 2) – 43,25 %
23. Serbien 2012 (Željko Joksimović „Nije ljubav stvar“, Platz 3) – 43,50 %
22. Aserbaidschan 2011 (Ell & Nikki „Running Scared“, Platz 1) – 43,85 %
21. Belgien 2015 (Loïc Nottet „Rhythm Inside“, Platz 4) – 46,37 %
20. Ukraine 2013 (Zlata Ognevich „Gravity“, Platz 3) – 46,93 %
19. Italien 2019 (Mahmood „Soldi“, Platz 2) – 49,17 %
18. Russland 2016 (Sergey Lazarev „You Are The Only One“, Platz 3) – 49,90 %
17. Schweden 2014 (Sanna Nielsen „Undo“, Platz 3) – 50,46 %
16. Aserbaidschan 2013 (Farid Mammadov „Hold Me“, Platz 2) – 51,32 %
15. Niederlande 2019 (Duncan Laurence „Arcade“, Platz 1) – 51,88 %
14. Australien 2016 (Dami Im „Sound Of Silence“, Platz 2) – 51,93 %
13. Israel 2018 (Netta „Toy“, Platz 1) – 52,48 %
12. Russland 2012 (Buranowskije Babuschki „Party For Everybody“, Platz 2) – 52,64 %
11. Deutschland 2010 (Lena „Satellite“, Platz 1) – 53,95 %
10. Ukraine 2016 (Jamala „1944“, Platz 1) – 54,27 %
09. Niederlande 2014 (The Common Linnets „Calm After The Storm“, Platz 2) – 55,09 %
08. Dänemark 2013 (Emmelie De Forest „Only Teardrops“, Platz 1) – 61,62 %
07. Italien 2015 (Il Volo „Grande Amore“, Platz 3) – 62,39 %
06. Bulgarien 2017 (Kristian Kostow „Beautiful Mess“, Platz 2) – 62,50 %
05. Russland 2015 (Polina Gagarina „A Million Voices“, Platz 2) – 64,74 %
04. Österreich 2014 (Conchita Wurst „Rise Like A Phoenix“, Platz 1) – 67,13 %
03. Schweden 2012 (Loreen „Euphoria“, Platz 1) – 75,61 %
02. Portugal 2017 (Salvador Sobral „Amar pelos dois“, Platz 1) – 77,03 %
01. Schweden 2015 (Måns Zelmerlöw „Heroes“, Platz 1) – 77,99 %
 
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