Eurovision 2018 – Everything we said about day four

Aws stage dive
Crowd surfing Hungarian style

Powered by noodles, beer and pastéis de nata, the OnEuropeans reported back from the Altice Arena for a fourth day. The last nine semi-final acts took to the stage today. We had ‘real rock’, flames-aplenty and more neon tubes than you’ll find in a small branch of B&Q. All in all, it was ‘very Eurovision’. Here’s how the Lads in Lisbon saw things.

GeorgiaPhil's reviewMonty's reviewRosé's review
PolandPhil's reviewMonty's reviewRosé's review
MaltaPhil's reviewMonty's reviewRosé's review
HungaryPhil's reviewMonty's reviewRosé's review
LatviaPhil's reviewMonty's reviewRosé's review
SwedenPhil's reviewMonty's reviewRosé's review
MontenegroPhil's reviewMonty's reviewRosé's review
SloveniaPhil's reviewMonty's reviewRosé's review
UkrainePhil's reviewMonty's reviewRosé's review

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ShaiD.
ShaiD.
4 years ago

Day 4 summary(and apologies if I keep repeating myself):

Georgia – lovely song, lovely vocals but it gets lost amount the noise going around it.

Poland – Somehow the staging doesn’t match the song. And the whole DJ thing is not working.
Nazis reference number 3..pffff

Malta – Some thinks the staging is just fabulous and help the songs. Other think quite the opposite. It’s all depend whose opinion mater to you.

Hungary – Noisy, very noisy, but has great movement and staging that fit the song.

Latvia – She is great, the song not so much.

Sweden – Copy of MF. Slik and boring. Very Swedish.

Montenegro – Balkan ballad by inches. Odd choice of Fashion.

Slovenia – A stop in the middle of he song is never a good thing. It ruins the structure and ruin your chances.

Ukraine – The Eurovision Horror Picture show. A strange staging which has nothing to do with the song.

That’s all folks 🙂