It’s April and we have less than 60 days till the annual Eurovision contest that will happen next month. Get excited! If you don’t know what Eurovision is, I wrote a detailed post about the contest a couple of years ago. I am back with my series “Road to Eurovision”, predicting who will win this year’s contest. Each day, I will feature a song from one of the countries. Then, I will make my own predictions of who will make it to the finals and win the competition. Good luck to those who are competing!
You can check out my commentaries on past years:
Let’s get started!
Subwoolfer’s “Give That Wolf a Banana”
Norwegian pop duo Subwoolfer is representing Norway for this year’s Eurovision with the song “Give That Wolf a Banana”. This is a catchy dance-pop song that is a bit confusing with nonsense lyrics with catchy pop melodies with cascading acoustic folk-like guitars. It is a bit nonsensical, but it is fun with its pop melodies and upbeat vibes. I think it will make it to the finals because it is catchy, fun-loving, and really represents the funkiness/weirdness of the Eurovision contest.
My Eurovision 2021 Predictions
Here are my predictions for this year’s contest. These are my own opinions and I am not getting paid or endorsed for them.
(Note: I changed my prediction for Intelligent Music Project after a week of thinking about the song. I think they will be going to the finals as the song grew on me.)
|Ronela Hajati (Albania)||Finals!|
|Citi Zēni (Latvia)||Finals!|
|Monika Liu (Lithuania)||Will Not Go Through|
|Marius Bear (Switzerland)||Will Not Go Through|
|Last Pizza Slice (Slovenia)||Will Not Go Through|
|Kalush Orchestra (Ukraine)||Finals!|
|Intelligent Music Project (Bulgaria)||Finals!|
|S10 (the Netherlands)||Finals!|
|Zdob și Zdub and Frații Advahov (Moldova)||Will Not Go Through|
|Mia Dimšić (Croatia)||Will Not Go Through|
|Lumix featuring Pia Maria (Austria)||Will Not Go Through|
|Amanda Tenfjord (Greece)||Finals!|