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Buranovskiye Babushki are second at Eurovision!
27.05.2012 10:16
Buranovskiye Babushki are second at Eurovision!
Buranovskiye Babushki at the stage of Crystal hall in Baku

Russian music band Buranovskiye Babushki has taken the second place at the final of International song contest Eurovision 2012.


      

“… great, original and sweet!” says Krisseto, an Youtube user in the comments.


      

Most part of Europe just fall in love with the singers and the song “Party for Everybody”. The unique performance, folk colouring, the mix of Udmurtian and English languages and the most important warmth of their souls grabbed the attention and voices of Europeans, what gave them 259 scores as a result of audience voting and decision of the professional jury.


      

Loreen from Sweden won the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Euphoria"(scoring 372 points), Serbian singer Željko Joksimović with the song “Nije Ljubav Stvar” was third with 214 points.


      

Eurovision Song Contest 2012 was held on May 26 at the sage of Crystal hall in Baku. The capital of Azerbaijan.


      

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Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Eurovision Song Contest 2012 Buranovskiye Babushki    

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