Best Backdrop 2015: and the Frida goes to…

FridaEurovision Times Awards 2015 – Every year, the summer is the calm after the storm so it’s the perfect time to resume the “Eurovision Times Awards” to give prizes to the best in every category! After a week in this category, it’s time to announce the winner and hand out the Frida. So who will win?


Delegation Awards

Best Backdrop

TheET Awards five entries nominated were:


And the Frida goes to…


N’oubliez Pas” was performed by Lisa Angell. Representing France in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, it was written by Laure Izon & M. Albert and composed by Michel Illouz & M. Albert. It finished 25th with 4 points. Nominated four times overall in ET Awards 2015, “Best Backdrop” is its first so far! Congratulations!

You can click here to look at the full recommendations and nominations from last week’s article! There were 50 recommendations for 13 countries in the first round and 138 votes were cashed in an open poll, in exactly one week, among the 5 nominees. The complete detailed results will be announced once all polls are closed so in another week!

Now let’s watch the winning entry once more, for the backdrop:

17 comments on “Best Backdrop 2015: and the Frida goes to…

  1. France has finally won sth ESC-related. :) I voted for Latvia but France is a good winner too. I would have prefered Lisa getting the Frida for best female vocals though.

  2. Yeah :-D !

    Voted for the winner here. Most effective use of the backdrop this year imo.

    Congrats France !

  3. Voted for Latvia. France was a bit too Holywood imo…

  4. Well deserved although i gave my vote to Latvia.

  5. Off topic: Images from the opening ceremony of the first European Games taking place in Baku: http://www.lifo.gr/team/u46519/58421
    Dimitris Papaionnou who was responsible for the opening and closing ceremony of Athens 2004 Olympic games has directed this one too.I wonder how much money he got.

  6. I was expecting again a Belgian win.
    I nominated France, but in the end I voted Latvia.

  7. Here I voted for Latvia.

  8. Estonia got my vote, as their staging ended up being the best since Loreen. France is a worthy winner also. Félicitations!

  9. Congratulations.

  10. good that France got an award, and probably well deserved too, hoping for better things for France in the future too (and Spain too), re Baku Games, even here in Spain sharing equally corrupt governments for the last so many years TVE has had to reconsider coverage of such rubbish based on the new parties in power around the country as of today!

  11. I know it’s off topic but I just wanted to share my joy, especially as a journalist here in Spain, about the change in our country today, hopefully no longer censored reports via the media due to PP absolute majorities in most regions and thus Public TV for those regions, as a dictatorship, freedom at last to report what we want for good or bad! (apart from TVE), believe me it is so important! here Manuela Carmena in Madrid, new Mayoress after 25 years of PP corruption, she is a fantastic lady, and a survivor of an attack on her law firm in the late 70s, from the radical anti pro franco era, that left many dead, just wanted to mention that especially about reporting freely…

  12. Tacky and over the top. Yuck.

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