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She’s the vocalist who gave Sweden its fifth Eurovision victory in 2012. Now Loreen continues to move in bold new directions, with the release of the music video for her new song “Ride”. And she’s brought a friend along.

As well as providing visuals for the title track off her second album Ride, the music video also introduces Loreen’s new look. Gone are her long flowing locks. She now rocks a bald-headed look and has a bold new rock chick image to boot. #eurovision #melodifestivalen #melfest #loreen

Search engine Google has released it's annual "Year in Search" charts. While Eurovision Song Contest failed to trend globally, it is present in various national charts across Europe.

In Ukraine, Eurovision took second place in the "TV show of the year", while among the most popular searches it was the seventh.

In Belarus, Eurovision 2017 became the fourth most popular search. Former head of the national selection Alexander Tikhanovich, who had passed away in 2017, is the seventh in the "Person of the Year." In the top of search engine Yandex - Eurovision was the second in "International events of the year", and Alexander Tihanovich got "Man of the Year".

In Russia, Eurovision did not get to the trends of the year in Google, but according to Yandex - Yuliya Samoylova became the second in "Woman of the Year", and Dima Bilan - first in "Man of the Year."

In Latvia, Eurovision became second "Event of the Year", in Lithuania - second "Event" and the fourth in the "Search for the Year". In Estonia, Eurovision became the second, and Eesti Laul - fifth "Event of the Year".

In Portugal, Salvador Sobral was the first in the "Search of the Year" (Eurovision 2017 was the ninth), "National figure of the year" (his sister took third place), in the "TV program of the year" Eurovision took the fifth place.

In Sweden Melodifestivalen became the second in the "TV and Radio event of the year", where Eurovision became the fourth. In general "Search of the Year", they became the sixth and tenth respectively. The question "Who has won the Melodifestivalen 2017" became the fourth in the "Questions with "Who"". Late Rikard Wolff became the fourth in "Man of the Year", and Owe Thörnqvist - the eighth.

In the Netherlands Eurovision was the ninth in the "Search for the Year". In Belgium Eurovision became "TV program of the year", and Blanche became the fourth in "Belgian persons of the Year". Eurovision was the "Event of the Year" in Hungary. In Germany, "Eurovision" became the second "TV show of the year", and Lena Meyer-Landrut became the fourth on the list of "Person of the Year". Eurovision was the third in the "Search of the Year" in Greece. In Ireland, Eurovision became the ninth in the "Search for the Year". In Spain, Eurovision became the "TV show of the year", and took the sixth place in the overall chart. In Poland, Eurovision became the fourth "Event of the Year" and the seventh in the overall chart. In Serbia, it became the seventh, and in Romania - the eighth in the "Event of the Year". In Slovenia, the national selection EMA became the second, and the Eurovision seventh in the "Event of the Year", in the overall chart EMA became the fourth, and Omar Naber became the fifth in "Musician of the Year". In Croatia, Eurovision was the third "Event" and the fourth in the "Search of the Year". In Switzerland, Eurovision led the list of "Festivals and Events of the Year".

Finally, "Namaste" got to the fourth place in "What does it mean" chart in Italy.

Google's Year in Search

Google's Year in Search

Explore the searches that shaped 2017, from Google Trends. #yearinsearch

With a brand new look, Loreen is presenting her new music video 🇸🇪️ #Eurovision #Melfest #Sweden

Eurovision Sweden: Loreen releases her RIDE video clip - ESCToday.com

Eurovision Sweden: Loreen releases her RIDE video clip - ESCToday.com

Eurovision news 2018: Someone could wonder... is this Loreen or not? This week of December sees the Swedish 2012 Eurovision winner Loreen release the music video for the homonym

SWEDEN - Ride is the second studio album by Swedish recording artist Loreen. The album was released on 24 November 2017 through BMG, five years after her debut album Heal. The album also follows an EP titled Nude, released in August 2017. Two singles have so far been released for the album, "71 Charger" and "Hate The Way I Love You" released on 29 September 2017 and 27 October 2017 respectively. [ 291 more words ]

Loreen 🇸🇪 watch the video clip of “Ride”

Loreen 🇸🇪 watch the video clip of “Ride”

SWEDEN – Ride is the second studio album by Swedish recording artist Loreen. The album was released on 24 November 2017 through BMG, five years after her debut album Heal. The album also foll…

Participating broadcaster from France, France 2, has revealed at today's press-conference more details about Destination Eurovision, the planned French national selection final.

From the 1500 songs received, 18 were chosen for the live shows. Among chosen entries are the ones written by such established professionals like Zazie, Maître Gims, Grand Corps Malade, Vitaa and Dany Synthé. The competing acts will be revealed in a form of teasers just days before each of the two semifinals, which are planned for January.

Destination Eurovision will be made of two semi-finals with 9 songs each and a grand final. All shows will be hosted by singer Garou. In each semifinal professional jury made of three Francophone (Amir, Christophe Willem (who already has a juror experience from X-Factor) and Isabelle Boulay (who had been coach in La Voix, the Quebec version of The Voice) and three international jury members (Christer Björkman (Sweden), Nicola Caligiore (Italy) and Olga Salamakha (Belarus)) will select 4 qualifiers for the final.

In the final, the result will be decided by a jury of 10 international members (Sweden, Italy, Belarus, Bulgaria, Armenia, Switzerland, Russia, Israel, Finland and Iceland) and televoting on 50/50 base.

France page:

ESCKAZ - Eurovision 2018 - France / Франция

ESCKAZ - Eurovision 2018 - France / Франция

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It’s the Big Five country that’s turned around its flagging fortunes at Eurovision. Now French broadcaster France 2 has revealed details of France‘s new national final Destination Eurovision. And there’s plenty of proof that they are really making an effort.

France 2 held a press conference today where they introduced the three French jury members who will help to select the acts.

In the semi-finals, the acts will be chosen by a panel of six jurors. Three will be French, while the other three will be international. The French jury consists of France’s 2016 star Amir, French-Canadian chanteuse Isabelle Boulay and French Pop Idol winner Christophe Willem. The international half will be made up of Christer Björkman (HoD Sweden), Nicola Caligiore (HoD Italy) and Olga Salamakha (HoD Belarus). The three French jurors were at the press conference and ready to share their enthusiasm for their new roles. Amir told the press conference, “I am very honoured.” #eurovision2018 #eurovision #destinationeurovision

Jessica Mauboy returns to the Eurovision - she is set to represent Australia at the Eurovision 2018.

SBS is proud to announce that Jessica Mauboy is Australia’s contestant at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal and broadcast exclusively on SBS from May 9 to 13, 2018.

In 2014, Jessica made history when she was invited to perform as an interval act at the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark, being the first non-European solo artist to do so. This time, she’s competing for Australia and a shot at Eurovision glory.

Jessica Mauboy said:
“Eurovision is a wonderfully joyous and unique event. It brings together over 40 diverse countries and cultures under one roof to unite us all in music. It shows how much the power of song can transcend differences. I will sing my heart out for Australia, I’m so proud to be officially representing my country and a little bit nervous - mainly about the stress of the dress!”

One of Australia’s most successful female artists, Jessica is from Darwin with her mother from the Indigenous KuKu Yalanji tribe and her father from Timor. Her musical journey began in 2006 with Australian Idol, and since then she’s sold over 3.4 million units globally, achieved five top 10 albums, 15 top twenty singles, four ARIA accredited Platinum selling albums and has won two ARIA Music Awards from 24 nominations. Her songs have been streamed globally 158 million times and her videos have been viewed globally 37 million times.

Jessica has been a strong campaigner for the welfare of Indigenous children, and has opened many doors for Indigenous performers.

Australian Head of Delegation Paul Clarke said:
Jessica Mauboy’s performance at ESC Copenhagen 2014 opened the door for Australia to compete at Eurovision – before the great moments of Guy, Dami and Isaiah there was Jess, who touched the hearts of the Eurovision directors and proved just how talented our vocalists are. Since then we have always wanted to give Jessica a shot at the competition, and this year the stars aligned. We can’t wait to develop a great song and stage production with Jessica and her team, and recreate her Eurovision-style as a galactic soul diva.”

Eurovision will be broadcast on SBS in May 2018, and will be hosted by Australia's new Eurovisionaries Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey, returning after their debut as hosts and commentators at the 2017 contest.

On the artist announcement, Myf Warhurst said:
“Look out Lisbon because we are sending one of the best in the biz to Eurovision 2018. I’ve been following Jessica’s career from the start and the girl’s gone from strength to strength – she can sing, dance, act – I hear she can even make a mean Portuguese Tart. C’mon Australia, get behind our Jessica!”

Joel Creasey said:
“Ever since my failed audition for the Young Divas back in ’08, I’ve been trying everything I can to work with Jess Mauboy. Her response has mostly been ‘Can I Get a Moment To Myself?!’ – but finally, the stars have aligned! Jess is a true star with a powerhouse voice and has a great personality to boot. J-Mau, you’re going to be amazing. Let’s show Europe what we’re made of!”

The 2018 contest will mark Australia’s fourth year of competing in the event, following a remarkable record of three top ten finishes, with Guy Sebastian’s fifth place in 2015, Dami Im’s second place in 2016, and Isaiah Firebrace coming ninth in the 2017 contest, which was held earlier this year in Kyiv, Ukraine. Since joining the competition, Australia’s results of 5th, 2nd and 9th put Australia second only to Sweden over the past three years.

The Eurovision Song Contest is the world’s largest television music competition and in 2017, the Semi Finals and Grand Final attracted 182 million viewers worldwide and reached more than three million Australians.

SBS has been the home of the Eurovision Song Contest in Australia for 35 years. Eurovision celebrates diversity and strengthens bonds between different cultures by bringing them together; united in a common passion for music.

In 2018, the Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted for the first time ever by Portugal, in its capital city of Lisbon, after Salvador Sobral won the 2017 competition with his love ballad Amar Pelos Dois.

Australia page: http://esckaz.com/2018/aus.htm

Last Friday, Australian broadcaster SBS already teased to their representative for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. Now they have revealed that the one flyi...

Speaking to ESCPortal.cz, head of Czech Eurovision delegation Jan Bors revealed more information about plans of the national final to determine Czech act in the Eurovision 2018.

This year national final will be held online only, with a hope that TV final may be organized in the years to come. Bors names Melodifestivalen as ideal national selection scheme, but states this is a long-distance run, and also the audience's desire to watch a televised national final in Czech Republic should be evaluated.

Participating entries will be published online on 8 January accompanied by simple videos. Starting from that date, Czech voters and fans will be able to vote for the selected songs completely free of charge through the official Eurovision app. Voting will run for 14 days. While national final will be accessible through the app to everyone, and fans from other countries are invited to take part in discussions, only votes from the territory of Czech Republic will be accepted.

At the same time, professional international jury will vote. The votes of the two groups will have the same weight, and in the case of a tie, winner will be the song that has received more voices from the audience.

The logo and name of the national final will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Bors says that "CT team is constantly working to make Eurovision a bigger name, prestige. For people to cheer, discuss and entertain. It should be remembered that, in addition to musical competition, it is mainly a great international entertainment show. A national round may be the next step to make people identify themselves with the song and the artist to wake up cheering and interest".

"I dare to say that the variety and the quality of the tracks are rising as well. I believe this is a reflection of the work of the whole team over the three years. It is also important that the competition is open to anyone who is interested in it if the entry complies with the basic rules. We have no particular demand for the style of music or the language in which the song must be performed".

"We see positive results so far. Of course it could be better, and that is also our goal. Our desire and all our work is to be the best. In the future this may improve, although you never know what will come next year, what other songs will compete, what kind of style will prevail. This is the most beautiful thing of the Eurovision, the tremendous diversity and chances for everyone. It is important for us to be successful in the world. The Czech Republic is just not so sexy so that everyone knows or is curious about what to do. We do not have the status of Sweden or Australia, at least not yet. But we have our potential, which we will use in the years to come and move forward".

Czech Republic page:

ESCKAZ - Eurovision 2018 - Czech Republic / Чехия

Help Loreen to be crowned 'Look of the Year' at the 2018 ELLE Sverige Awards! 👑🇸🇪️ #Eurovision #Sweden

Sweden: Loreen nominated at ELLE-galan 2018 - ESCToday.com

Sweden: Loreen nominated at ELLE-galan 2018 - ESCToday.com

Eurovision news 2018: The winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012, Sweden's Loreen, has been nominated for a fashion award. ELLE Sverige have collaborated with L'Oreal Paris

FINLAND 1 - 0 - 0 🇫🇮



1. You may call us Finland and Finns, but we call ourselves Suomi and suomalaiset.

2. Altho if you don´t mind, we would rather you did not call us anything ever. Actually if we could both pretend each other doesn´t even exist, that would be just great!


3. Yes we are a notoriously shy and reserved nation with a gigantic inferiority complex - especially when compared to our neighbor Sweden.

4. Who incidentally we loooooove beating in hockey.


5. Saimaannorppa aka Saimaa ringed seal can only be found in Finland and is highly endangered.


According to a count done in 2015, there are only about 320 individuals left, and therefore quite understandably whenever one is found dead in a fisherman´s net or by the hands of a poacher etc., it causes headlines and outrages.

6. 70% of Finland is made up of forests - that´s roughly the size of the entire area of the United Kingdom.

7. Finland was awarded the Summer Olympics for 1940, but then things got all sorts of fucked up thanks to Adolf & co., so those plans were scrapped even tho we had a brand-spanking new Olympic stadium and everything! Dammit!

Oh well, we were compensated in 1952 when we finally got the honor of hosting our only (so far) Olympic games.


8. Those 1952 Olympics were the first time Coca Cola was introduced to Finns.


9. No, we do not have polar bears.

10. We also don´t have KFC, Wendy´s or Dunkin´ Donuts.

11. Yes I am very upset about all those things mentioned above but especially about KFC.

12. Finland was the first country in Europe which gave women the right to vote (1906).


13. The Finnish language does not separate words such as “she” or “he”. We just use a gender-neutral “hän”, which means “that person”.

14. The national bird of Finland is the whooper swan.


15. Helsinki has the world´s most Northern metro system.


16. Savonlinna hosts their annual Opera Festival in a Medieval castle.


17. We are vindictive and petty as HELL. Just ask Silvio Berlusconi.


18. A Finnish person will drink approximately 129 litres of milk a year.


19. Some years ago, the word for mother (”äiti”) was voted the most beautiful word in the Finnish language.

20. Moomins are, as some of you MAY REMEMBER FROM A SPECIFIC DEBACLE FROM EARLIER THIS YEAR, from Finland and were created by OUR Miss Tove Jansson.


21. Unlike many other countries which after gaining independence tore down all statues and other remnants of their history under foreign rule, in Finland we chose to keep ours up as reminders of our past.

For example, on our main square aka the Senate Square you will find Czar Alexander II standing proudly.


22. And speaking of statues, one of the landmarks of Helsinki is Havis Amanda.


It depicts a mermaid who decides to leave the sea and walk on… well, not water.

Each year on April 30th, she is “crowned” with a cap, to represent all those who have graduated from secondary school and earned their caps.


As of 2010, internet access has been a legal right in Finland.

24. Do you have one of those cupboard things over your kitchen sink, the kind where you place your dishes to dry?


That was invented by a Finnish woman called Maiju Gebhard in 1945.

25. The longest word in the Finnish language is “epäjärjestelmällistyttämä­ttömyydelläänsäkäänköhän”, which loosely translates to “not even by her lack of organization, do you suppose”.

26. Angry Birds are from here.


27. Finland is also the birth place of the most successful ski jump champions of all time, Matti Nykänen.


28. After his sports career came to an end, Matti has been a permanent fixture in the tabloids with his… issues… involving alcohol abuse, domestic abuse (he even served time in prison for attempting to kill one of his many ex-wives) and an assortment of careers including stripping and now singing. 

He is also responsible for one of our most beloved and useful quotes of all time: back in the 80s when he was still jumping from towers and competing in Canada, he got into some “situations” and was sent back home as punishment. When he arrived at the airport, a journo asked him “Matti, did you drink alcohol?”, to which Matti replied “Maybe I did drink, maybe I didn´t drink”.

All bases covered then!

The man is a fucking genius.



There are absolutely ZERO public payphones anywhere in Finland.

30. For a very short period of time back in, Finland had a female president AND a  female Prime Minister. 


Sadly that arrangement came to an abrupt end when the Prime Minister was forced to resign over a scandal involving some sort of Iraq documents which I´m still, a decade later, completely baffled by.

31. As those who come on this blog surely know by now, Yours Truly is a passionate berry picker - and being a berry nut in Finland is easy indeed since a) we have one of the cleanest natures in the world and b) all living things you find in nature, you can keep - within reason, of course.


Usually a good principle is to keep about 100 meters distance from the nearest house. Other than that, you´re good to go!

32. People in in Northern Finland aka Lapland area have a very specific unit of measurement called the “poronkusema” which could be loosely translated to “Reindeer´s piss”. Roughly it means the distance a reindeer can walk before needing to urinate. It´s quite a long distance…

33. Our current President Sauli Niinistö is a survivor of the tragic tsunami which took place in South-East Asia on Dec 26, 2004. Over 200 000 people (including almost 200 Finnish tourists) died in one of the worst natural disasters of our time - Mr. Niinistö and his sons saved their own lives by climbing up a telephone pole and staying there for several hours.


34. In Finland October 13th is National Failure Day which aims to encourage people to share their failures and learn from them rather than hide their heads in shame and pretend all is well.

35. The REAL Santa Claus lives up in Rovaniemi and you can visit his village all year long.


36. Sheldon gave us a good laugh and an ego boost.

37. We like eating Rudolf with lingonberries and mash.


38. On some years we get A LOT of snow, but on others we get practically none. Back in 1997, in Lapland the snow reached up to 190 cm.

Incidentally I am 155 cm.


39. In the Finnish language there is an alphabet called Å which isn´t actually a part of a single Finnish word in the entire Finnish language - it is simply a remnant from our many centuries spent under Swedish rule.

40. Unesco has reported that Finland´s tap water is the cleanest in the world.


41. A handy Finnish saying: “Early bird catches the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese”.

42. For some God forsaken reason, Finland and Estonia have the same national anthem.

43. Sadly accurate these days.


44. Sadly accurate these days.


45. Rosina Heikel (1842 - 1929) was Finland´s and in fact the Nordic countries 1st female doctor.


46. When something is a failure/a dud, the common term in the English language is “a lemon”. Over here, it´s “susi”. Susi also means wolf.

47. And susi should not be confused with sisu! 

48. In Lapland you can spend your vacation in an igloo.


49. Fines for speeding are determined by the offender´s income. Basically if you earn more, you have to pay more. The highest fines have been over 100 000 €. Stay poor, kids!

50. Pamela Anderson´s grandparents were from Finland.


51. Yes we like getting our drinks on, and most of us go abroad to Tallinn to get our drinks on for a lot less €s.


52. In Lapland, the Sun never rises from November to January.

53. In reverse, the Sun never sets from June to July. We call it “The Nightless night”.

54. Finland has exactly 1 Eurovision victory under its belt.


55. In 2018 Saara Aalto will be repping us.


Please vote for us. Please?

56. Nokia became famous for their mobile phones, but originally they manufactured rubber boots.


57. We don´t dub movies or TV shows.

58. We do however sometimes give them ridiculous and extremely SPOILER ALERT-y names. For example, “The Shawshank Redemption” was translated to “Rita Hayworth - Key to escape”.

I mean… C´MOOOOON!

59. Sometimes that´s all you can do.


60. Simo Häyhä aka “White Death” was one of the deadliest snipers of all time. During a 3 month stretch of the Winter War, he shot roughly 200 Russian soldiers before getting shot in the face himself. He survived and lived to be 96.


61. We don´t use the 1 and 2 cent coins. You CAN try paying with them as they of course are legal currency, but there are no guarantees you´ll get very far.

62. Feb 14th may be a day for lovers for the rest of the world, but we know it as “Friend´s Day”.

63. Tipping is not (thankfully) a part of the Finnish culture.

64. The guy longing for Sven in Titanic (the coat dude) was portrayed as a Swede, but was actually a Finn called Jari Kinnunen.


65. Karelian pies with egg butter are the best thing ever.


66. Märket island which is situated between Finland and Sweden had to have the border lines twisted a bit because the Finns who built that lighthouse, accidentally built it on the wrong side…


67. While often named as one of the 5 Scandinavian countries, Finland isn´t technically even a part of Scandinavia: we ARE however a part of the Nordic countries.

68. If you are invited to a Finnish sauna, you are expected to go nude.

69. Finnish armed forces are mandatory for men but voluntary for women.

70. Moomin mugs are peculiarly popular especially among Asian tourists. They can sometimes pay even thousands for rare ones.


71. We never had vikings, but there is one viking tale about a princess called Skjalv, daughter of the Finnish King Froste (those aren´t even Finnish names…), who was stolen as war loot to Sweden but ended up strangling her captor with a gold chain. 

72. Our 4th president was Kyösti Kallio, who was forced to resign from office after the Winter War on December 19th 1940. On that same day he was about to step onto a train to take him back home for retirement, when during his final official ceremony at Helsinki Railway Station, in front of his soldiers and while the orchestra played, he suffered a fatal heart attack and died right there in front of everyone. Legend says he collapsed into the arms of our greatest war hero and later president himself, Marshall C.G.E. Mannerheim (seen in the white hat next to President Kallio).


73. Marshall Mannerheim is the only person in Finnish history who has been rewarded that particular military honor. In fact, he is and forever will remain the only person who has the title “Finland´s Marshall”, an honor bestowed upon him for his services to his home country during Finland´s tumultuous early years of independence.


A few years ago he was voted by the Finns themselves as the most important Finnish person of all time.

74. In June 1942, Adolf Hitler came to Finland to pay his respects to Marshall Mannerheim on his 75th birthday. As a little “souvenir” for future generations, the sneaky Finns recorded a snippet of his and Mannerheim´s private conversation.

It is the only known recording of Hitler speaking with a calm, normal voice, as he was very particular about only being filmed while screaming and ranting his ideologies.

75. Roughly 3 million tourists visit Finland each year and I think at least 2 500 000 of them are always going exactly where I´m going too.

76. We like to make things hard for foreigners.


77. We don´t have any mountains.

78. But we have lakes. We have a shit ton of lakes. 187 888 lakes to be precise.


79. FYI


80. All our days end with -tai (Monday = maanantai, Tuesday = tiistai etc.), except for Wednesday. Wednesday is called keskiviikko.

81. We have a lot of free time.


82. J. R. R. Tolkien used the Finnish national epoch the Kalevala as inspiration for the languages in the Lord of the Rings saga.

83. The St. Louis Arch was designed by a Finn called Eero Saarinen.


84. Every summer we arrange what is called Kaljakellunta aka “Beer float” which pretty much just consists of taking a floatie and a case of beer and… well, that´s about it.


85. If you want to enhance your sauna experience, you can use a birch whisk.


86. The bubble chair was designed by a Finnish man called Eero Aarnio.


87. Thursdays are the “official” pea soup and pancakes day all over Finland.


88. Finns love queuing.


89. Life expectancy for men is 78 years and for women 84 years.

90. In Tornio you can play golf in two countries:


91. Finns invented the so-called Molotov´s cocktail.


92. All people in Finland must pay a TV tax even if they do not they own a TV.


We celebrate Christmas on the 24th of December.

94. Finns love salmiakki aka salty licorice.


I don´t, btw.

95. Finland is one of the few countries in Europe which has not banned sex with animals - and some actually take advantage of that loophole…



96. Armi Kuusela won the 1st ever Miss Universe pageant in 1952.


97. In 2006, Conan O´Brian did a sketch about looking like our then-president Tarja Halonen and it ballooned into a huge movement.

98. Weeeeell…


99. On every Independence day, the current president hosts a party at his residence for about 2 000 dignitaries, celebs, politicians etc. We riff raffers sit at home in our sweatpants and watch it on TV with some nachos and snarky comments.




Despite you reeeeally getting on my nerves SO MUCH and SO OFTEN, I still love you. 💙



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For Information, the top 10 of the French vote (7 VOTES RECEIVED):

12 pts: Olivier Kaye (Belgium)
10 pts: Emma Sandström (Finland)
08 pts: Ending Sequence (Spain)
07 pts: Vell Baria (Philippines)
06 pts: Aurora Lecis - (Italy)
05 pts: Mahan Moin (Sweden)
04 pts: Syuzanna Melqonyan (Armenia)
03 pts: Judah Gavra (Israel)
02 pts: Justinas Stanislovaitis (Lithuania)
01 pts: Rick Jurthe (Germany)

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We’ll adore him through every stage of his life 😆 Daddy Måns 💘

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