France: It’s Alma to Kyiv!

Alma France 2017.pngFrance – France has made the surprise reveal today that they have picked Alma to represent the country  with the sing ‘Requiem‘. The song is written by Nazim Khaled, the songwriter responsible for Amir’s entry ‘J‘ai cherché‘. Alma, aged 28 years old, is not well known in France. 

Alma will perform  in the second semi-final on Thursday 11th of May.

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75 comments on “France: It’s Alma to Kyiv!

  1. I like it a lot! Well done France and good luck!

  2. Alma singing an acoustic version of her song:

    • She has a very good, warm, crystalline voice. But lack of stage experience may create problems in how well she manages to sing in front of millions of people.

  3. She is great and talented singer and performer. I like that it is europop with nice exotic twist and middle-eastern spices. A very best of luck to Alma and to republic of France and best wishes from Finland! :) http://jake.suntuubi.com/ :)

  4. Now that some of the dust has settled, I think that France made a good choice. There is room to improve, but they are trying to improve thge songs and its live performance. Bonne chance.

    I also think that Belarus, Finland and France (random order) are the best songs chosen so far.

  5. Hands down the best song so far imo

  6. Oh! After couple of savourless dishes finally arives some delicacy :) Reminded me of Indilia! The best song so far! Go France!!!

  7. Shevek and Avat join the “same top 3” group! Let’s hope Saturday no songs get chosen that divide us :p

  8. Best song so far. The internal choices will be more interesting than the boring drivel coming out of the national selections. Too many ballads and too many women.

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