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Go on love, belt it out…..

Posted by Caroline on January 4, 2010

Is 2010 going to be the year of the powerful voice on the Eurovision stage, we wonder? Firstly there’s Ukraine’s golden-tonsilled hopeful Vasyl Lazarovich, then there’s this lady, Albania’s Juliana Pasha, who won the ticket to Oslo just after Christmas (yes, we are very up to date on this blog, as you can tell) with this effort, Nuk Mundem Pa Ty (or I Can’t Without You, for those of us who don’t speak Albanian….)

Now strictly speaking this is the second of the 2010 entries to emerge since the Netherlands have already given us a sneaky peek at theirs, but since we have no idea exactly what the finished version of that will sound like we’ll credit this as the first official song of 2010 for now. And actually we’re quite impressed. Granted, the song will probably undergo a bit of re-jigging in the same way that Carry Me In Your Dreams did last year (not too much re-jigging though chaps, you don’t want it to end up sounding like a completely different tune) but Juliana certainly has avery impressive pair of lungs on her and we reckon she’ll do it justice whatever the finished version sounds like. Shame about her Su Pollard hair though. Can somebody please get this woman down to the barbers, pronto…..?

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2 Responses to “Go on love, belt it out…..”

  1. chris said

    JUALIANA PASHA WILL ROCK OSLO WITH HER POWERFUL AND AMAZING VOICE!! THE SONG IS VERY BEAUTIFUL TOO.ALBANIA WILL BE HIGH RANKED THIS YEAR THAT IS FOR SURE!

  2. Lindsey said

    Hey, Turkey’s song “We Could Be The Same” is definetely the winner!The song has a meaning deep inside.It says “for just one night we could be the same”.It represents the love of the robot girl behind and the singer.She puts behind all her robot clothes and comes to him at the final of the song…It is very meaningful.By the way Manga is one of the greatest bands in Europe.They won the MTV’s Best European Act Award. That’s a big success.Well, I’m gonna vote for them from England.I congratulate them for all of their successes.Good luck!Vote for Turkey!

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