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dezbee2008

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dezbee2008 last won the day on November 13 2018

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    21/03/89
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    United States
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    Dezyree
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  1. So we're getting a little Eurovision hosting preview from the Netherlands next year. Congrats and welcome to the hosting party @heywoodu Also, I might give the reduction of time a try, especially when life doesn't give you a lot of it anyway
  2. Y'all, remember when the jury trolled us with the points last weekend? Well, it turns out that a) the original jury was dismissed because they told people who they voted for in Semi Final 1, and b) when the EBU did the aggregate voting, they gave points to the wrong countries (in fact, the points went to the bottom 10 countries in the made-up vote) Long story short, it didn't affect who was the top 4 and who came last, but it did change the winner of the jury vote https://eurovoix.com/2019/05/22/ebu-admits-belarus-grand-final-jury-result-was-incorrect/
  3. Unless they can somehow pull it off of Lena did in 2010, I always believed that she was the exception to the rule
  4. Actually, I like this voting sequence better than the one they had previously. I was pleasantly surprised that Norway won the televote, but shocked that North Macedonia with its sleeper ballad did so well with the juries. Of course it was inevitable that the Netherlands would win, but I cheered for them anyway. Also, why y'all gotta do Malta like that tho?
  5. I was skeptical about the song switcharoo between Eurovision legends, but I can't believe it worked out that well lol
  6. Doesn't hurt to have a few surprises in there
  7. Well, if Australia gets 12 points (on the televoting side) from Denmark, you know why
  8. Good luck to all the contestants tonight. I'm conflicted on whether or not I would be fine with a Dutch victory, however, I'm looking for surprises.
  9. Just as I thought, Semi Final 2 was tougher, but I knew going in that Romania (my overall winner) wouldn't qualify. I'm actually content with this year's final because I only hate 2 songs, but there are some days that I'll be fine with a Dutch victory and other days I want someone else to win.
  10. I don't know, I thought the semi-final went as expected. Semi Final 2, however, will be a doozy to go through, especially when I gotta sacrifice one country for another for prediction purposes
  11. Finally caught up with this thread lol Though it's not among our best efforts, as @Olympian1010 said earlier, we'll bounce back for the open (we do much better in the open contest anyways lol), but I want to congratulate @OlympicIRL for his win, by far my favorite song in this edition and it always makes me happy to see my 12 pointer win, even if my own entry fails (and now I need to know how many of my 12 pointers have gone on to win the contest because I believe that's an exclusive club right there lol) Also, my thanks to several of you who gave us points, especially to @Memo and @KingOfTheRhinos for the 12 points, because honestly, I was worried that goal wouldn't be reached (and it was reached 11/12 contests or something like that), and I'll also add @Function CR Lee @stefanbg @Finnator123 @vinipereira @titicow @Damian to the list of those that had our back. Also, I send congrats to @mrv86 for hosting this contest, though it wasn't easy, especially when you had internet problems, which is always the worst thing that can happen to the host jury, but you stuck it out in the end and made it all possible, and having hosted the last open contest, I could sympathize what you had to go through to make it work. Also, congrats to @heywoodu and @KingOfTheRhinos for your 2nd and 3rd places. Both of you made to my second listen, but Australia made it to my reserves and Netherlands, unfortunately, missed out on it Finally, my personal votes from the US east coast (since I saw while going through the pages that @Olympian1010 made a comment about being on the west coast) 12 -- Ireland 11 -- India 10 -- China 9 -- Bulgaria 8 -- Greece 7 -- Norway 6 -- Germany 5 -- Colombia 4 -- Chile 3 -- Romania 2 -- Spain 1 -- Great Britain R1 -- Mexico R2 -- Algeria R3 -- Australia R4 -- Lithuania Yeah, funny how my top 2 is also the combined top 2
  12. I'm gonna be busy today and tomorrow, because family is coming down here from New York, so when it's our turn @Olympian1010 post our votes
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