JACQUES Houdek commented on the Eurovision finals on his Facebook profile. The singer congratulated Albina Grčić (Albina Grčić), but also revealed that he believes that the expert jury should be cancelled and the Big Five countries should be banned from directly entering the finals.
“Here, another Eurovision Song Contest is over. Now we can relax until our beautiful little Croatia has a new opportunity to compete somewhere, so that we can discuss again, agree and disagree… .
Until then, we can summarize some things like this, and I think we agree with the old one-not discussing flavors. The possible winners are far more than these. And France, Switzerland, Iceland, their weird ways, Malta, Ukraine… Of course, many other countries could have won last night… It will be fair again. Again, no matter who wins-we will not be satisfied, because we just have different tastes and experiences. It’s ok. Personally, I am satisfied, and obviously, if some “my” favorite wins, I will be satisfied… but it’s just a matter of time, this is the charm!
Congratulations again to Italy, they did not win in Zagreb 31 years ago, they have escaped the victory with very strong songs over the years. So let the stone mess up the bill, what’s the problem?
The “expert” jury should be abolished, and everything should be left to the audience to vote-TV voting. In addition, the direct participation of BIG 5 countries in the finals should be cancelled and the status of all participants should be equal. Last night the audience clearly expressed their thoughts-Britain, Germany, Spain won zero points. Very clear message, isn’t it?
Finally, congratulations again to Albina, now we know that Croatia won the “unfortunate” 11th place in the semi-finals, I think so, and we really almost made it to the final. that’s terrible! But it clearly shows that there is no conspiracy or conspiracy. We are just out of luck.
Will we give up participating? No voice! We just need to be more casual, because like I said-it’s all a game!
PS This Eurovision Song Contest is a very good thing for Croatia. Finally, the President and Prime Minister reached an agreement! I hope that the newly formed harmony will continue for the benefit and well-being of all of us. Cheers to me,” Jacques wrote on Facebook.