Lithuania: Another Week, Another Heat in Lithuania

lithuaniaLithuania – We are finally nearing the end of the excruciatingly long selection process in Lithuania. Last night saw 8 acts left in Eurovizijos atranka 2017 and only 4 could qualify for the semi-final which takes place on 4th March. Aiste Pilvelyte won the night and the four acts that qualified were:

3 comments on “Lithuania: Another Week, Another Heat in Lithuania

  1. I assume no one is watching this. Some of the acts are improving a lot and at the end I feel bad for all the songs that don’t make the cut because I watch the evolution of them. The acts eliminated this week did their best: E.G.O. was a really bad boyband last year and now they are professionals, Edgaras Lubys finally was able to bring the robotic voice as it was in the studio version, Lolita Zero did a great job (wheter you like it or not, you can’t deny that it was interesting to watch and the singer was great) and Gražvydas is an amazing singer that did miracles with one of the most dated songs.

    • About the qualifiers, Ieva conveys the message of the song but “Life (Not That Beautiful)” was a million times better, her voice doesn’t shine here. I don’t like Greta’s song, there’s nothing special on it, she can’t sing and dance at the same time and the choreo is bad. Aistė is improving in every performance (yay!) but it’s not enough yet. Sasha and his team really want to win, I’ve grown to like it and it’s the best “tropical house” in this NF and maybe in all of them.

  2. Conflicted on Aiste. She has improved a lot and I am a sucker for ESC screaming :P but at times I still feel like I’m listening to Aminata and not her. If I never heard “Love Injected” I would probably fully love this but I think she still has some work to do to make this fully an Aiste entry or she’ll just keep getting compared to Aminata. Greta Zazza is my other favorite and she’s improved a lot as well but man some of the dancing is still so awkward lol.

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