France: Performance under a snowdome?

by Yiorgos Kasapoglou 67 views revealed there could be an unusual performance with a very special gimmick to enjoy on 12th of May; the French representatives might perform their entry under a giant snowdome on stage of the 52nd Eurovision Song Contest!

Once upon a time there was a Song Contest… Then it turned into a Show Contest. Gimmicks, choreographies, fireworks, masks… Eurovision Song Contest is a television show, so the participants tryto leave the best possible impression to the viewers in the three minutes allowed. It seems that it works too, as that's what the recent years' Eurovision Song Contest winners did. Even the latest tv-mania, the talent shows, are using this kind of performances as well. And not only them, considering that big names of the music industry are offering similar shows in their live concerts.

Every year at the Eurovision Song Contest we enjoy some original acts. This yearlooks promising as well… revealed that Les Fatals Picards, French representatives at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest, might perform under a giant snowdome! "The song is full of humour and could remind of the typical romantic Moulin Rouge-like athmosphere in Paris. We are currently thinking about putting Les Fatals Picards under a giant snowdome-like structure on stage at the Eurovision Song Contest" reliable sources close to this year's French delegation revealed to . A snowdome is a little globe made of glass, filled with water and with miniature buildings and snowflakes inside it. They' re also known by many names such us snow globes, water globes, snowstormsetc.

Click here to visit Les Fatals Picards' official website

France will perform 13th at the final of 12th May, right after Sweden. Les Fatals Picards will represent the country with the song L'amour à la Française.

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