ESCXTRA.com are live for day 7 of rehearsals ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 taking place at the Rotterdam Ahoy in The Netherlands!
Following yesterday’s Super Thursday, today we resume with the second half of semi-final two. The countries rehearsing today, in chronological order, are Georgia, Albania, Portugal, Bulgaria, Finland, Latvia, Switzerland and Denmark.
Follow every rehearsal live
Below, you’ll see our written review of each rehearsal. If you want more, you can follow our live stream where our team will be reacting live to every single rehearsal as it happens! Furthermore, read our handy guide for a more detailed look at this contest’s rehearsal schedule.
Firstly, remind yourselves what happened in the first rehearsal:
And now here is what we’ve noticed in today’s second rehearsal:
Everything looks less chaotic compared to the first rehearsal. While especially the singer Jesper seemed to be in hurry all the time, he has calmed down a bit for the second rehearsal. While there is still some running, especially to the satellite stage before the last chorus, everything seems to be more compact. However, all the energy from the first rehearsal is still there.
People will remember a lot from this. The song is annoyingly catchy, while also the performance has lots of quirky dance moves. Overall this makes people smile, and it could be just what we need right now.
There is nothing wrong with the performance – it’s good vocally and visually. The song is not everyone’s cup of tea, but it will have its own fans for sure. The juries should appreciate the professionalism, if not the song. It also is the perfect closer for the show and it will definitely heat up the live audience.
Qualifier or not?
Rehearsal video clip
Stay tuned for our reviews for the rest of today’s rehearsals at the Rotterdam Ahoy. If you want to know what to expect from the rest of the day, check out our rehearsal schedule. Meanwhile, remember to tune in to our live stream for instant reactions to every rehearsal!
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