On Saturday to reach the Eurovision song contest Malmö where seven artists vying for the two any open slots and two to the Second chance places. Among this week's contestants are Andrew Johnson who thus makes his seventh Contestants. But he was not glued to the tv on Saturday to check out the resistance:
" No, I didn't do it! I was at the football game my 13-year-old in Hammarby! I had the chance to listen a bit to the Eurovision song contest in P4 on the way home, and have seen little on any replay, I have heard Wiktorias finallåt. But no, I have not checked as much.
"I was physically in a different environment where there were no Contestants to watch, but I want enough time to go into your own little bubble and not getting stressed by something I see on tv, but to experience everything according to how I feel when I meet the audience," says Andreas Johnson.
" I probably will not see as much of the next semi-final either. If I get thrown out with the dishwater on Saturday, I will probably not watch at all, haha!
Malou Prytz, 15, however, sat glued in front of the tv on Saturday along with ”almost all the family”:
– Yes, I looked! I wanted to see how the scene was structured and so. I am jättetaggad to stand on the stage, it will be great. We sat in the couch on Saturday and loaded up!
" It was a tough race with many good contributions and it could really have gone anyway.
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went a step further – he was on the spot in Gothenburg for the first race and saw it live.
" It was the first time I saw the Eurovision song contest in my life! I usually don't check on tv. We saw mostly a lot of Russian movies, I and my family. But it was super exciting and I was very excited, and I realised what the Eurovision is all about – it's not really a contest but a show. It is all about having fun and sharing their energy to those who are watching. I was calm then. In the past I saw it as a fierce dödstävling!
– Wiktoria was so good!!! I got a little tears, she was so cruel. Mohombi was also damn good. I thought that I would be a little scared, but I was even more psyched, " says Vlad Reiser.