BULGARIA – On Sunday morning (and without mercy at 8 o’clock in the morning) BNT’s morning show presented the Bulgarian entry for Eurovision 2022.
Intelligent Music Project presented the video clip for INTENTION, the song with which they will represent their country in Turin.
We have all mentioned for weeks now that that the six-member band is not exactly unknown to the Eurovision fandom as a member, Stotan Yankoulov participated in the 2007 and 2013, respectively.
In some tweets, the blame is given to the new HOD of BNT but no matter if this is true or not, the bad news comes from the first betting odds who placed Bulgaria already in the last place of the betting odds, despite no other Eurovision 2022 has been decided. That says a lot, according to some.
🇧🇬 First impressions of the Bulgarian entry for Eurovision 2022#oikotimes #eurovision #esc #esc2022 #italy #sanremo #sanremo2022 #turin #torino #eurosong #hostcity #pabandom #rtvslo #ema #raiuno #pabandomisnaujo #lrt #abba #ema2022 #emafres #emafres2021 #melfest
— OIKOTIMES (@theoikotimes) December 5, 2021
While the preliminary poll results on oikotimes Twitter poll are not thrilling for the band, here are the first reactions we spotted on social media.
They might not be as enthusiastic as some might want but let’s not forget how some of us reacted when Måneskin won Sanremo Festival 2021, wondering whether Italy will manage even a top ten with this rock song.
You never know until we see the final stage presentation and the accumulation of their performance in comparison with the rest of the songs, but until then let’s see some Tweet highlights.
Bulgaria have released their entry for 2022. It’s classic rock. But I wonder if was a rejected theme tune for @TopGunMovie they recycled for #Eurovision It will do well to qualify. Intelligent Music Project – Intention – Bulgaria 🇧🇬 – https://t.co/gXKQcrmbkp via @YouTube
— Nathan (@LiveatEventsInt) December 5, 2021
Think it's safe enough to say Bulgaria are a NQ already despite not hearing any of the other songs. 🇧🇬 #Eurovision
— Darryl (@Darryl_51) December 5, 2021
Oh dear Bulgaria! See you in 2023 #Eurovision 🇧🇬
— Tim B (@Reality_Tim) December 5, 2021
— Liam Holton (@LiamHoltonDrums) December 5, 2021
Legit waited for my #Eurovision reaction to process and we’re up and running !
— 𝓁𝒶𝓊𝓇𝒶 𝐻𝒾𝓇𝓋𝑜𝓃𝑒𝓃 ✈️🤍 (@slavandic) December 5, 2021
— Blazirio (@LtBlazirio) December 5, 2021
an original oikotimes text