Eurovision 2013

Germany- Second Dress Rehearsal with video

Cascada during their first Eurovision Rehearsal. Photograph courtesy of Photo by Dennis Stachel (EBU)

Cascada during their first Eurovision Rehearsal. Photograph courtesy of Photo by Dennis Stachel (EBU)

Cascada are up next for Germany and we both have some interesting things to say about this rehearsal.

(YouTube Video Courtesy of ESCKaz)

Andrew’s view

Raquel(sorry it’s Natalie) is sound very low-key in the vocals today, lots of off-key moments and straining in the first run through. However visually it is as before in the 1st rehearsals, a short gold sparkly dress with a golden train behind. She stands on the clear steps for the first half of the song before descending and strutting her stuff on the stage. The second run through was a lot better. She always seems to start low-key and build up to a good vocal so absolutely needs to nail it on Saturday.

Garrett’s View

Raquel(sorry it’s Natalie) had a dreadful first rehearsal as she was off-key and looked distinctively uncomfortable. This was due to problems with her ear piece like France and Spain appeared to have also. However on the second and run through she was totally in key and working that dress with that fab train – we all want one of them!! This is looking like a string contender now and Raquel is enjoying herself on stage. Best of the Big 6 now.

Author – Eurovision Ireland

Source – Eurovision Ireland

3 replies »

  1. off key or not this is way way better than Denmark, no one will dance to this in the clubs, but we will be hanging out of the light fittings to Germany, much more relevant…..Please win Germany, i want to go back next year had a fab time there in 2011..Cox bar Cologne happy memories..

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