Top 10 Eurovision Song Contest 2011 Performances
Before there was American Idol or The Voice, there was the Eurovision Song Contest. Eurovision–one of the longest-running, most-watched entertainment-centric television programs in history–is a yearly competition between European countries that has been running since 1956.
Year after year, many talented artists come out of the Eurovision program including [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]ABBA[/lastfm], who won for Sweden in 1974, and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Céline Dion[/lastfm], who won for Switzerland in 1988.
Often outrageous, ingenious, and eclectic, the talent for Eurovision 2011 far surpassed many of the other years in terms of sheer originality, so we compiled a list of our Top Ten Favorite Performances From Eurovision 2011.
10.”So Lucky”–[lastfm link_type="artist_info"] Zdob si Zdub[/lastfm] from Moldova
Don’t let the crazy hats fool you; Zdob si Zdub from Moldova sounds like a mixture of gypsy punk, Irish pub chants, and New Wave’s quirky synth-punk band, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Devo[/lastfm]–who also wore crazy hats.
Do the crazy hats make them somehow sound better? Probably. Do we care how we get entertained? Not really.