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Children's contest, adult stories

Children's contest, adult stories

I saw the versatility with the way of the theater. It would have been Eurovision Junior 2006, consumed in Bucharest, a children's competition. However, the Romanians worked "like big people" and made the place (often mournful, even during shows) look absolutely decent.

I saw the versatility with the way of the theater. It would have been Eurovision Junior 2006, consumed in Bucharest, a children's competition. However, the Romanians worked "like big people" and made the place (often mournful, even during shows) look absolutely decent.
The competition itself, although reserved for minors, was not bad. 15 countries were represented by deserts that had evolutions as pleasant as possible. The most sympathetic presence of the entire musical marathon was, however, the little presenter Ioana, Andrei Marin's right hand. The 12-year-old child has far surpassed his "colleague", who did not seem to be very much surrounded by so many children, not too impressed by the "fairy" charms.


However, the two hosts of the show have fulfilled their obligations in a way that Romania does not have problems with in front of the other European sources.
Neither did the well-established "friends" vote system have any problems. Even though on Saturday night tens of millions of viewers on the continent watched a contest for the little ones, the adults' narratives "worked and this time flawless.
That is, the television has followed the same criteria that operate at the "big" Eurovision. "Mother Russia" had, at Eurovision Junior 2006, twin. Tolmachevy sisters, 9 years old, won 1st place, with the song "Jazz of spring".
Even though Bucharest hosted this year's Eurovision Junior, our representatives did not win the festival. They were not even ranked among the first 5, occupying only the 6th place. Even so, we still have the satisfaction of an attractive show, with interesting moments (like, for example, the "duel" between the break dance performers and the small calusari), and of an evening with which we have already entered Europe.
(Diana Popescu)
Read the whole article in: The Thought
December 04, 2006