Sestre talk to us about winter naps, Communism, shaving, Eurovision, and more!
Sestre, the Slovenian Eurovision entrants from 2002, were one of the star guests at the 8th Eurovision Gala Night in Luxembourg on the 31st of October. Marlenna, Emperatrizz, and Michelle Chantelle de la Cousse (or simply – Michelle) wowed the audience not just with their Eurovision entry “Samo ljubezen”, but also with “Molitva”, as well as a medley of Eurovision winners.
Straight after the show, ESCBubble had a great opportunity to speak to Eurovision’s most famous Sisters, and meet the youngest one. Apart from Eurovision, in our chat with Sestre there were mentions of the Communism, CNN, haters, as well as long winter naps (like bears do). Check out our entire chat right here:
As we mentioned, Sestre performed live in front of the audience in Luxembourg their Eurovision entry “Samo ljubezen”, as well as Marija Serifovic’s “Molitva”, and a medley of Eurovision winners. Check out all of those videos right here:
Sestre will be performing in Eurofest tomorrow evening in London, in the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. You can buy tickets for this show at the door only, and the price of the tickets are £5 before 10:30 PM, or £8 after.
I don’t like drag acts in ESC, they just underline all kinds of silly stereotypes about the contest. That aside, their song was actually not bad.
Interesting that a drag queer act like Sestre represented Slovenia not this year or last year but back in 2002 that the times were much different back then 4 such extravagant acts to go to EuroVision..
Poor Conchita received such negative blacklash last year..