Eurovision 2023 Finland: Käärijä’s Tallinn concert featured a voodoo doll and claims about Loreen!

As Käärijä progresses with his Northern European tour after his Eurovision success,lots of peculiar happenings surround his concerts.The singer’s performance in Tallinn’s Flex Fest some days ago was a huge success and the audience was left in awe.

At some point during the concert,the singer reportedly asked the audience if they had watched Eurovision and what they thought about Loreen winning the contest.The infamous question was followed by a deathly silence,with a couple of people among the audience booing the singer.It is said that Käärijä’s satisfaction with the audience’s response was more than evident.

Later on,a fan threw a voodoo doll to the singer that was dressed just like him,with the audience going mad and dancing to the rhythm of “Cha cha cha” in the end of the concert.

Käärijä represented Finland in this year’s Eurovision with his song “Cha cha cha”,which won him the 1st place in the televote and the 2nd place overall.

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Alika: “I was and am in favour of Finland”!

After “Bridges” and Alika won the eighth place for her country, she spoke about Loreen’s win and expressed her preference for Kaarija and “Cha cha cha”.

More precisely, the Estonian representative said:

“I’ll be honest, I was and am in favour of Finland. Loreen is still such a legendary winner, twice already. She is a person who is very well suited to Eurovision, but I, personally, liked Finland better!”

She also commented on her result, of course, as she brought her country into the Top Ten after five years.

“I’m incredibly happy that people listened, people heard me, people voted! This is important to me!”

Alika was a dark horse in the race for the Τop Τen, and yet she managed to bring home eighth place in this year’s contest. You can once again enjoy “Bridges” below:


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Loreen: “It didn’t bother me that the audience was singing Cha Cha Cha”!

Loreen gave her first interview on Swedish TV after being the winner of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest and talked about the moment when during her victory the croud on the arena was singing “Cha Cha Cha”.

More specifically, Loreen said that:

“I mean Käärijä is so (f-word) awesome! An amazing performance. And it’s nice, when acts get such support. You can’t just go “Shush shush, you can only think I’m good“, that’s not how it works!

No, no. That doesn’t bother me. I have to work a little on my ego.”

Finally, she was also asked what message she would like to send to the Finnish representative and she stated:

To Käärijä I’d like to say that it’s not every day, that you see creators be that authentic on stage, and he has an authentic expression. He is himself. It’s pure all the way through, and that’s why people cheer for him. That happens when you are authentic. So I know things will go well for him. Things will go really damn well for Käärijä!”

During the rehearsals and the pre-parties we have seen several times the two artists coming in contact and chatting, showing the excellent relations they have with each other.

Source: Aftonbet

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Finland: The highest viewing figures for the Grand Final since 2007!

Almost 2.8 million viewers watched the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool. It was the most popular final since 2007, when the country hosted the contest in its capital, Helsinki.

Here are the viewing figures we know for the Grand Final:

Germany – 7.96 million
Italy – 4.9 million
United Kingdom – 11 million

The competition ended at midnight on Saturday night, with Sweden crowned the winner with 583 points. Just behind in second place was Finland with 526 points. Finland was represented in this year’s competition by Käärijä and his song “Cha Cha Cha“. He took 1st place in the public vote, receiving the second highest score in Eurovision history. With the jury’s 4th place, Finland finished in 2nd place this year.

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Finland: Citizens gone mad as the Country remains among the favorites to win Eurovision 2023!

After Käärijä’s explosive performance in the First Semi-Final, he has emerged as the big favorite to win the 67th Eurovision Song Contest trophy competing against Sweden with Loreen.

Cities around Finland have been deched out in the artist’s trademark green bolero. Citizens are confident that they will have the best result in the competition after Lordi’s victory in Athens in 2006.

In particular, in Tampere,the central streets were decorated with green light, while a public screening of the Grand Final is also set up. In the city of Pori, The Joemsuu and Vaasa statues have been dressed in the artist’s green bolero.

These are just a few examples of the Finns’ preperation for the -possible- victory. Next up are green Cha Cha Cha-styled nails, free Käärijä-styled haircuts, decorated trees and various monuments with boleros, a Ρiña Colada drink called “Cha Cha Cha” and much more.

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Source: YLE