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Georgian Aspirations at Eurovision2011-04-15 15:42
The Georgian group Eldrine that is going to represent its country at Eurovision this year decided, as the saying goes, to take the bull by the horns. To ensure its victory, an original video and active publicity will be obviously not enough. The more so when the reputation of the Caucasian republic at the apolitical contest was quite spoiled by a scandal. Georgian tea has been called upon to increase the chances to have a high position in the contest. Georgia is going to poison all the Dusseldorf guests by this sprightly drink.
The Georgian government is hurling all its forces and means into a worthy performance of the Eldrine group at Eurovision-2011. Georgians do stand out among the performers who have already unveiled their songs announced for the contest. Potential spectators are already predicting their victory and admitting that such an extraordinary song could really "explode" the public who has been fed with plain "pops" year after year.
The group won the national selection contest leaving the other competitors far behind. The song "One more day" will be performed by Sofo Toroshelidze, Mikhail Chelidze, Irakly Bibilashvili, David Changoshvili, Tamara Shakeladze and Beso Tsakhelashvili. According to the contest rules, not more than six people can be present on the stage. It means that the Edrine cannot afford any backup dancers and singers. They will have to conquer the public just by their voices. And not many have been capable of this, as the practice shows.
However, Sakartvelo already knows how to increase their chances of victory. First of all, nobody has cancelled an original clip. If you prepare a good advertising campaign and criss-cross at least the ex-Soviet countries with the song, probably TV viewers will vote them more willingly, having seen them before. Second, the performers will be stylish and dressy on stage. A famous Georgian designer Nino Chubinishvili is making their clothes now. She graduated from the Tbilisi Academy of Fine Arts and studied the international fashion designer profession in the Paris university "Francais de La mode". In spite the fact that the girl has already participated in lots of exhibitions and shows in Georgia, Holland, Monaco and Luxembourg, this contest plays her game, too. So no doubt that the agreement reached with the musicians will not be too costly for them.