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Post  Admin on Sat May 14, 2011 9:58 pm

Emmy should have gone with \" Eurovision is finally coming to the South Caucasus. After an exhausting three hour final, where 25 countries competed to win the hearts of the voting public from England to Ukraine and every country in between, Azerbaijan. Millions of people around the world tuned in to watch Azerbaijan become the surprise winners of the Eurovision song contest with their song \"Running Scared\". The UK's entry from boy band, Blue, came in 11th place with their song I Can which gave them a. Azerbaijan is the winner of the Eurovision 2011 song contest and it is hoped that it will get busy starting to prepare for the 2012 Eurovision instead of making bellicose statements about Karabakh and Armenia. It was a big surprise and even became. A pop duo from Azerbaijan has won the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest in which finalists from 25 countries took the stage Saturday night. Nigar Jamal and Eldar Gasimov, who go by the name Ell/Nikki, earned the most points in Saturday night's grand finale. If energy and enthusiasm alone could have won Eurovision, Jedward would have been runaway winners. Unfortunately, when it came to the vote, geo-politics took over. There were buckets of tears, not least from the twins themselves,. Running Scared is classic Eurovision fodder. One boy, one girl, brilliant white clothes and wistful glances. The song ain't half bad either. It's well put together with a nice cascading hook of a chorus to hold up the verses.. And of course there was no need for sympathy where winner Azerbaijan was concerned, prompting many to let loose on the country: 'I've never heard of Azerbaijan in my life before tonight??! *straight face*' wrote @Unique_Rosch, while @ElliBT tweeted:. Eldar Gasimov [left] and Nigar Jamal, who go by the name Ell/Nikki, celebrate their Eurovision win. Photo: Reuters A mother of two and an international relations student from Azerbaijan have beaten the much-hyped Irish twins and 23 other finalists to. Azerbaijan had been among the top entries favored to win heading into the competition, but other favorites, including the much-hyped Irish duo Jedward, nor the British bookies' top pick, French tenor Amaury Vassili, came in among the top 10 finishers.. Azerbaijani representatives Eldar Gasimov and Nigar Jamal successfully performed in the first semifinal of Eurovision Song Contest 2011. It was held in Esprit Arena in Dsseldorf. They successfully performed a song by Swedish authors, \"Running Scared..


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