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Greece's songstress Demy performed an electro-banger alongside two well-oiled men pretending to be swans, and Moldova's Sunstroke Project had unhinged bridesmaids thrusting in unison with a saxophone ao chat rooms. But ultimately the quietest performance resonated the loudest, and Europeans handed victory to Portugal's Salvador Sobral, a year-old jazz performer with a humble song about love.
Music is not fireworks. Music is feeling.
Singing "Amar pelos dois" "Love for Two"a song penned by his sister, he gave melancholy rhythm as he swayed to piano and strings. Eyes shut and lost in a world of his own, he managed to connect with the audience bbw chats inverness despite the fact only a fraction could understand the Portuguese lyrics.
He's unfazed by the suggestion his classical song won't get much airtime across the continent. It's the way jazz is.
Strangely its cross-cultural appeal may stem from the Portuguese language, whose soft tones and nasal sound work so well with themes of nostalgia and loss. It came under unprecedented circumstances.
During Festival da Cancao - Portugal's three-week domestic contest to choose its Eurovision singer in March - Sobral underwent a hernia procedure. And in April fort wayne indiana free chat revealed that he would arrive at Eurovision rehearsals a week later than the 41 other contestants owing to doctor's concerns over a serious and ongoing heart condition.
His song "Occidentali's Karma" - a clever takedown on haughty Westerners who preach Eastern philosophy - had a slick music video that had been viewed more than million times on YouTube and his stage show featured a man dancing in a gorilla costume.
But like a dark horse on caffeine, Sobral completely sorbal Gabbani's momentum even after missing his first rehearsals. Seeing himself as avila beach chat side artist rather than a pop star, he at times seemed blase about the hype building around him and chose not to push his album as so many other artists did.
Instead, he wore an "SOS Refugees" sweatshirt to his press conferences and spoke at length about the plight of asylum seekers arriving on Sobraal shores. After his victory the scruffy singer, who appeared onstage in all black and scraped his long hair back and away from his face, same room sex his life won't change and refused to call himself a national hero.
But on Sunday afternoon a braying mob of fans greeted him at Lisbon's Airport anyway, and four policeman had to escort him to an ad hoc press conference on-site.