“Azerbaijan hosted “Eurovision-2012” song contest in high level” said TV announcer of Russia`s first television Ekaterina Andreeva.
She shared her impressions about the song contest. Andreeva praised organization issues stressing arrangement of grandiose show in Baku Crystal Hall. “I heard from Russian delegation Azerbaijanis held high level hosting for the contest. Eastern hospitability was shown at the events.”
“While your country has won the contest I already determined that Azerbaijan will grandiosely host the event.” She also said that “Eurovision-2012” was held at the European level.
“If we compare the contest with others, we can say that the contest was very powerful.”
Stressing her impressions about participants of the contest Andreeva hailed the performance of “Buranovskie Babushki”.
“Loreen from Sweden also was very estimable for first place”, she also said.
“I am also fan of consummate performer and entertainer with undoubted star quality, Emin Agalarov. I watched his performance with great pleasure. I liked his voice. In my view, Emin may keep such Eurovision participants in the background”, Andreeva also underlined.
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