ESCBubble at a Private Dinner Party with Ralph Siegel

Last night at the beautiful Kempinski Hotel in Vienna, Ralph Siegel held a Private Dinner Party, where a couple of delegations and media, including ESCBubble, were invited to attend. The dinner party was set to celebrate the 60th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, and also the 23rd Eurovision entry by Ralph Siegel.

All the invites were enjoying lots of great wine, and delicious food, while we remembered all the ups and downs of Ralph’s Eurovision entries, starting from his very first one – “Bye Bye I Love You” by Ireen Sheer for Luxembourg in 1974 which finished in 4th place, through his winning “Ein bisschen Frieden” by Nicole for Germany in 1982, all the way to this year’s “Chain Of Lights” by Michele Perniola & Anita Simoncini for San Marino.

There was also a lot of magic involved, as we had two magicians doing some brilliant tricks at our tables, as well as on a small stage. Valentina Monetta was also involved in one of the tricks, and you can check it out right here:

Apart from Valentina Monetta, the German Eurovision entrant from 2003 – Lou was present at the event, as well as San Marino’s duo of this year – Michele and Anita, who sang “Chain Of Lights”:

You can also check out the full gallery from the party on our official Facebook page here (click).

ESCBubble would like to thank Ralph Siegel and his team for the invitation to this amazing evening, and we would like to wish the very best to “Chain Of Lights” in the second semi final.

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