Questions are being asked about the Dutch entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool, where artists Mia Nicolai and Dianne Cooper were once again heard singing out of tune.
The duo, who were not known as solo singers before representing the Netherlands, performed the song. Burning day At Saturday night’s Eurovision in Concert event in Amsterdam, only a few areas mattered.
The same thing happened a week ago during a Eurovision concert in Madrid. At the time, the poor sound was attributed to technical glitches.
“I can only confirm that it is not good,” a spokesperson for broadcaster AvroTros told news website Nu.nl. “We’ve worked hard with the whole team and we’re really going to try in the coming weeks.”
The Netherlands will take part in the first semi-final on 9 May. The top 10 of the 15 semi-final entries will advance to the weekend of May 13.
TV expert Aran Pade who was in the AFAS live show RTL Boulevard said that he was shocked by the performance. “Eurovision in concert is the first chance people have to ask if they can really sing,” he said. “They really need more singing lessons.”
Burning day Co-written by the duo with Duncan Lawrence, who won the 2019 contest with another power ballad, Arcade.
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