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Congratulations: 50 Years Eurovision Song Contest (2005)

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Renars Kaupers ...
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Katrina Leskanich ...
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Remedios Amaya ...
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Elisabeth Andreassen ...
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Lys Assia ...
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Gali Atari ...
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Cheryl Baker ...
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Conchita Bautista ...
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Anne-Marie David ...
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Muriel Day ...
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Paola Del Medico ...
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Sertab Erener ...
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Piero Esteriore ...
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Outstanding timing and nostalgia!
1 May 2006 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

The "Congratulations" 50 Years Eurovision Song Contest were a top rated show preformed by good hosts and good live dancers in Copenhagen Denmark in autumn 2005.

Personally, i don't think there's better hosts than Katrina and Renars, a great couple! They knew what they should say, and they knew the timing well. I liked when the hosts talked about their Eurovision experiences, and they didn't talked too much about them selves.

For last, I cant give this show excellent 10, because of the ending, when ABBA won "the best Eurovision ever" the technicians and sound-people, didn't turn the music down when the representer for ABBA came up on the stage. He was happy but he couldn't say much, too bad...

Anyway, I hope to see the "Congratulations" 100 Years Eurovision Song Contest, in almost 50 years (year 2055). :D


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