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Morden Kaiser from Denmark
Moldova goes for a traditional pop Eurovision song this year. Lidia is very sweet and the song is sweet too. It starts off slowly and builds it self up. Classic Eurovision! But still, it needs something more to go far in Eurovision these days. During the national final in Moldova I wondered why Lidia had that dress on! It doesn’t suit the song in my opinion. So when I’m focused on the dress, the song is probably not good enough. The chorus is powerful, yes, but also a bit too much. The last time Moldova qualified for the Grand Final was in 2013. Hopefully they can make it this year.
Fotis Konstantopoulos from Greece
The authors of “A million voices” are coming back this year with another moderate song, proving that the only reason Russia went so well last year was the charisma of Polina Gagarina. A charisma that unfortunately Lidia Isac doesn’t have.
Jaime Solloso from Spain
Lidia presents a song that has all the hallmarks of a Eurovision classic, no intro. I’m amazed that what is ideally the best part to any hit song, the intro, can be ignored. The song is a lively pop number, making excellent use of the vocals of Lidia and a lot will depend on the stage performance on the night but the song lacks anything special other than being a nice song. There is nothing authentically Moldovan either in this song, a shame seeing as part of the Eurovision experience is to highlight your nation.
*oikopanel is consisted of Fotis Konstantopoulos (Greece), Morten Kaiser (Denmark), Jaime Solloso (Spain), Olivier Rocher (France), Victor Cruz Lafuente (Spain), Luka Popovic (Serbia), Alenka Alexandrovic (Switzerland) and Andreas Athanasiou (Greece)