We continue our series of reviews of all of this year’s Eurovision entries. The reviewers are casual viewers of the Eurovision Song Contest, and not Eurovision fans. Today we have for you a review of “Verona” by Koit Toome & Laura, the Estonian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev.
In today’s review, we bring you the opinions of Ivana and Julija from Croatia, Mihail from Moldova, Emánuel and Szabolcs from Hungary, Michael, Barbara, Cliff and Les from the United Kingdom, Daniele from Italy, Melinda from Bulgaria, Elisa from Portugal, Jeff from Brazil, and Lucia from Slovakia. They all listened to “Verona” by Koit Toome & Laura for the very first time, and these were their impressions and reactions:
What do you think – do you agree, or disagree with their opinions, and their first impressions when listening to the Estonian Eurovision entry? Let us know in the comments below, or on our social media pages.
Tomorrow we will bring you the public review of the last act in the second semi final, the Israeli entry – “I Feel Alive” by Imri. For all of our previously posted reviews, please check this playlist: