Glennis Grace, who will represent the Netherlands with My impossible dream in this year's semifinal, asks a favour to the Greek and British delegation. In her weblog, she tells how desperately she wants a room in her favourite hotel…
The Dutch broadcaster NOS booked Hotel Rus for almost the entire delegation. During Glennis' short trip to Kyiv back in April she already visited the hotel, as well as the more expensive and luxurious Premier Palace hotel. Both Glennis as well as her manager agreed that the facilities of the Premier Palace hotel are better. “We would like to achieve as much as possible at this year's Eurovision Song Contest and I think relaxation is very important for Glennis”, her manager John van Katwijk said.
As Glennis her manager is willing to pay the hotel expenses himself, money is not an issue. It's the availability of the rooms causing the problem. “The Greek and British delegations keep the rooms in Premier Palace occupied until they know how many people will be going to Kyiv”, Glennis said. “I hope that either the Greek or the British delegation would be willing to help me with this”, she wrote on her website, which is also available in English now.
Glennis just finishes her promotion agenda and is currently in Spain, where she's enjoying a short holiday to recharge for the upcoming busy period.