Eurovision Finals 2013

Lithuania – Andrius Pojavis just keeps giving us “Something” – Amazement

Andrius Pojavis - Lithuanian Representative at Eurovision 2013. Photograph courtesy of Andrius Pojavis Facebook

Andrius Pojavis – Lithuanian Representative at Eurovision 2013. Photograph courtesy of Andrius Pojavis Facebook

Andrius Pojavis who represented Lithuania at Eurovision 2013, just never ceases to amaze us! Firstly he amazed us when he won the Lithuanian National Final as he was last to qualify for their National Final yet went on to win it by a considerable vote. Secondly he amazed us that he didn’t faint on the Eurovision stage as he look terrified in rehearsals. In the Jury voting Semi Final he amazed us when he got his camera angles wrong and ended up with his pack to the camera for some time – a nice back it is – but we didn’t need to look at it! Amazement continued when he qualified for the Grand Final in Malmo and then finished 22nd with 17 points. The man just keeps giving!

Well I thins he has surpassed himself with the video he has just released for “Something” today. Picture this – it starts off with a “Nigella Lawson” moment with him seductively mixing paint with his finger. “Delicious” (in an Nigella voice) is all I could hear. Then it is time for hand painting. My young niece would give Andrius a run for his money in this area. Then it is back to the Jury Voting Semi Final and we are treated to Andrius’ back again. However in amazement – I might add – he is joined by the very beautiful actress Serena Campanile. In fairness to her she made it through half of the video before she could not contain the laughter. Yes even with her jumper pulled over her mouth – her eyes gave the game away. Tyra Banks would be happy with her “Smyes” aka Smiling and Eyes.

Overall Andrius proves that he is a man with a great sense of humor and crazy eye gestures. Directed by Isabellita on a home camera, this is sure to go viral. Enjoy

 

Author/Website co-founder and Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source – YouTube

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