Eurovision 2018: the songs to look out for, from gay couples to toy camels
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Today the celebrations continue as Salvador turns 28 years old. It aired on December 26 and 27 and proved to be a heart-warming retrospective that coincided nicely with the holiday season. You can watch the episode on demand on RTP Play. A post shared by wiwibloggs wiwibloggs on Dec 27, at pm PST.
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Portugal’s Eurovision winner Salvador Sobral under attack after insulting Israel’s entry
France 24 is not responsible for the content of external websites. Portugal won the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time ever early Sunday with a melancholy ballad performed by a singer who suffers from a serious heart condition. The fado-tinged song "Amar Pelos Dois" was performed by year-old Salvador Sobral, who is awaiting a heart transplant. It scored a crushing victory, winning top marks both from the televoters and the countries' professional juries. The black-clad singer took to a small separate stage for his minimalist performance of the song composed by his sister Luisa.
The edition is no exception. Before jumping into each of those cases, let's take a quick look at the previous years' controversial moments starting with the entry, "Quero Ser Tua". The curse happened again and Catarina ended up as the runner-up losing to Suzy's "Quero Ser Tua" that no one saw winning back then. Following her victory, the songwriter of "Mea Culpa" - Carlos Coelho - asked for an audit of the votes: "I find it weird that during the show's semi-final, where only one vote per phone was counted, Suzy's song ranked 5th with half of our votes. In the Grand Final, the votes were unlimited and she ranked 1st doubling ours.