Eurovision 2017: First rehearsal with Lithuania

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1st rehearsal3 May 2017
14:00 - 14:30
Meet & Greet: 16:30 - 16:50
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Viktoria from Fusedmarc is wearing a full-length red dress with a high neck. The dress is split up both legs, revealing she is wearing leggings and black boots underneath. The backing singers are wearing simple full-length black dresses, and Denisas wears a black t-shirt and black trousers.

Viktoria has brought three different red dresses with her to Kyiv, and will decide later which one she will wear for the semi-final.

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First rehearsal with the Lithuanian duo Fusedmarc!

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A first glimpse at Lithuania’s first rehearsal today

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Check out the official images from Fusedmarc’s first rehearsal (Thomas Hanses/ ©)

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Check out some backstage footage with the Lithuanian duo

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Fusedmarc is up next in today’s meet & greet sessions, ready to answer questions from the press.

Viktorija and Denisas originally met 20 years ago and Denisas was a programmer, however it was Viktorija who inspired him to become a musician.

The duo revealed that is was difficult for them to win the Lithuanian national selection as they had to perform a total of 5 times over the course of the event. They changed their performance throughout, removing the drums to focus more on the vocals.

The fellows at OnEurope are explaining why Lithuania won’t win Eurovision this year:

So part way through their nine-year long selection process, someone started started reading the results from the bottom and not the top, right?

Now seriously, this is a similar performance to the national selection one, with a very attractive beating heart on the backdrop among some random particles as the backdrop, but Viktoria of Fusedmarc doesn’t seem so amused to perform. While preparing for the Eurovision performance, the Lithuanians have announced that they will reduce the amount of yeah yeahs. They are reduced, but it’s not sure whether the empty track is better than that.

Nice try Lithuania, better luck next time.

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