Can anyone wake this one up? What the @$&! is she thinking while creating new songs.
She had the best, the fullest package in the entire Eurovision. Up to this day.
Here are 17 reasons why:
1. She came to the natinal final with a bomb, that'd been never seen before ( 'Kukushka'). "Oh, it's too weak?" she thought and skipped a year after she's finished 2nd. Then, she came with even bigger bomb.
2. She co-wrote the song with her friend.
3. That song. That first version of it. Girl, you know if the song is good when you're already halfway through it and there's still no chorus. The more you wait, the more you're getting ready to be slayed.
4. It was 75% refreshing and 25% bringing childhood memories back with Lion King vibes. I could listen to it for days and I've searched everywhere for the instrumental version of it.
5. She loved the song. She wasn't just performing it - She was living for it.
6. She slayed. Every. Single. Note. I remember these goosebumps. It was the first time ever when I've wanted the song (hearing it for the first time in the NF) to go in a way my mind wanted it to go - and the song actually did go in that very same direction. It was mindblowing at a time.
7. She won both tele and jury votes. Since then no one did that in your NF
8. The revamp. Gathering ideas, there was some kind of public "send a letter with your thoughts" thing if I remember correctly?
9. Don't get me started on how clever the revamp was. "I'm not afraid" got replaced with "I feel no fear" just so she could show off her perfect voice even better . It also created a bigger, more dramatic moment before the next chorus.
11. At first I didn't like it, but then she came as a performing guest to yuna awards. This was the first time I was gagged because of an eurovision artist
12. She had a performance that was too advanced technically to implement for that stage/year. She came with something, you've seen something else. You didn't even notice it wasn't meant to look like that. Professionalism.
13. She tried out different ideas in rehearsals, totally different outfits and light setups. Picked the best options. Every. Single. Time.
14. Performance started in a weird way, but most people were like "What the &$@*?! Hey wifey, come and see this one!". Got everyone's attention. Bull's eye once again.
15. All of the camera shots were perfectly matched with what was going on there on the stage.
16. Backing singers were on point, helping but not overdoing. She, again, didn't miss a note.
17. Unless you're into Serhat, she is most likely in your TOP10 of most beautiful Eurovision women up to this day.