Welcome to escdaily.com’s second live day of press conference coverage from Oslo. Today there are nine countries rehearsing and we’ll bring you the following press interviews as quickly as possible.
Today we will bring you the press conference coverage from Poland, Belgium, Malta, Albania, Greece, Portugal, F.Y.R. Macedonia, Belarus and Iceland.
Join Carel and Deni for today’s coverage.
Here are our videos and reviews;
Marcin Mroziński – Legenda
Deni Stojadinovic: Marcin has two dancers, two backing vocals in national costume with him and one girl, who a vocalist called Veronia who has previously taken part in Junior Eurovision with KWADro in 2004.
Marcin said that it was his big dream to come to the ESC since he was 8 years old and that he became a fan
of the contest when Edyta Gorniak was for Poland and achieved a good result. This year though, Marcin is hoping to score the best result for Poland in Eurovision so far.
He also talked about his career and that he has the role of Marius in the musical Les Misérables and that one of the dancers is the choreographer of the production. She was also the choreographer of the musical Phantom of the Opera. Veronica will also be apart of the production playing the role of Cosette.
Tom Dice – Me and My Guitar
Carel-Piet: Tom said that his friends couldn’t believe he was chosen, since he wasn’t that famous.
Thea Garrett – My Dream
Renee: Thea talked about how it’s been a lifelong dream, no pun intended, to enter the Eurovision Song Contests. When she was born, Mary Spiteri represented Malta with “Little Child” which inspired Thea’s interest in Eurovision and music. She then sings a part of “Little Child” for the present press.
Check out her acapella performance of her Eurovision entry “My Dream” below;
Juliana Pasha – It’s All About You
Giorgos Alkaios & Friends – OPA
Filipa Azevedo – Há Dias Assim
Gjoko Taneski – Jas Ja Imam Silata
3 + 2 – Butterflies
Hera Björk – Je Ne Sais Quoi