Results in! This year’s winner of the Eurovision Song Contest is Italy! Crowned the 2021 champion with 524 total points, “Zitti e Buoni” by Menaskin won awards with an alternate funk-rock song.
“Rock and Roll Never Dies,” Menaskin announced as he took the stage for the winning performance of “Zitti e Buoni”. Frankly, the song slaps, and voters from across Europe agree, taking Italy to No. 1 with 318 spectators, placing them ahead of France and Switzerland – second and third place winners, whom Both received more jury points.
However, in terms of jury points, the UK finished last in the final, with zero spectator points and zero jury points. Allegedly, he gave his point to France, starting a Brexit comparison with European news outlets. However, we have to ask if they were really entitled to a big, fat void.
It should be noted that the UK has not won the Eurovision Song Contest since 1997 when Katrina and Waves topped it, and it was clearly a bright spot in decades of sluggishness – with European media in recent decades The overall performance of the UK is described. As “mourning”. Euro news Further this year the UK entry was called “poor” and declared that “zero digit is not unreasonable”.
The UK’s 2021 entry in the Eurovision Song Contest was not half-finished in our humble opinion – it wasn’t just a standout. “Embers” by James Newman is the standard pop song we’ve heard on the radio for ages now, and clearly, if it wasn’t against the rules, “Shape of You” could have been thrown by Ed Sheeran in the UK . Ring and we may not have noticed the difference.
However, a strong contender, and the Eurovision Song Contest winner projected by media outlets, was France’s entry. Praising the song is, in fact, very French, thanks to its Chanson style, the media drew comparisons between Barbara Pravie’s ethereal but powerful performance for her 1988 entry to Switzerland: superstar Celine Dion.
“Voila” is a beautiful, waltz-time song that takes the listener back to the old days without nostalgia. It hits you more intensely, and, whatever your language, forces you to sigh. Sest la vie Staring out the window on rainy days.
The jury’s favorite, however, was Switzerland, which won the jury vote with 267 votes. Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” is a haunting French melody that has a really cute colliding backdrop in the background and a climbing, cosmic melodic journey that leaves its fans mourning that it’s only in third place has come.
Euro news Commented that the song was cute, but was probably “too brainy” to top this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. However, he compared the singer’s ghostly pipe to American teacher Glenn Medeiros – it’s up to you whether you take it as a compliment or not.
Our favorite was Iceland, and we absolutely Very favorite Enthusiastic energy of Dai & Gagnamagnið – And yes, we are cashing in on a big, green sweater with our pixelated faces – we have no shame. Like the UK entry, we could see it as a song on a radio station, But It has more sway and just bops in a way that makes us want to dance! Also, the strangeness of their costumes and performances is the stuff that made Eurovision.
Italy takes it home
the new York Times The noted Italy was a rare rock winner in the Eurovision Song Contest, which is usually dominated by pop and electronic acts – after all, the disco quartet ABBA gained international notoriety from Eurovision. However, they are not the first rock act to take it home – the GWAR-esque Finnish act Lordy won in 2006 with “Hard Rock Hallelujah”.
However, in Italy, such a victory was a much-needed boost for COVID after a particularly disastrous year. Thomas Erdbick reported: “We had such a bad year with all the deaths in Bergamo after everything that happened to Corona. This is a new beginning”, an Italian journalist cried.