ESCXTRA are live from Kyiv for day six of rehearsals ahead of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest! Like yesterday, we can bring you live audio from the press centre television screens that show each rehearsal. The countries rehearsing today, in chronological order, are Armenia, Slovenia, Latvia, Serbia, Austria, F.Y.R. Macedonia, Malta, Romania, Ukraine, Italy, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom and France. Furthermore, read our handy guide for a more detailed look at this contest’s rehearsal schedule.
In addition, for our immediate reactions to every single rehearsal, you can follow our live stream from the press centre at the International Exhibition Center by visiting our YouTube channel. Also, you will also be able to listen live to each second rehearsal as it happens and give us your opinions in our live chat.
The next artist to take to the stage for their first rehearsal is Levina from Germany. We have just watched her first run through of Perfect Life live from Kyiv and here is our reaction.
The LED backdrop is silver, with black and white elements. As the song reaches its conclusion, stars begins to multiply and rise upwards creating a pyro curtain-esque effect without a pyro curtain. Yet who knows, we could still see pyros in the second rehearsal. There’s definitely potential for this solid package to appear in a few jury top 10s.
Levina is vocally perfect here, even have the confidence to take higher, more difficult notes and do them perfectly.
Levina is dressed in a light grey top and a dark grey floor-length skirt. She is wearing her hair up in the style of Poli Genova in 2011.
Watch the rehearsal!
We will bring you video footage from this second rehearsal as soon as we have it!
Stay tuned for our reaction to Lucie Jones as she rehearses Never Give Up On You next for the United Kingdom. Meanwhile, remember to tune in to our live stream from the press centre. There you can ask us your questions and tune in to some live stream interviews with special guests!
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