Love love peace peace old women baking bread, Peace peace love love and a man in a hamster wheel, Love peace peace love Make it unforgettable, You will be the best and win the Eurovision Song Contest…. lifted from the song entitled Love Love Peace Peace. Never can I recall that a contest as tough and as beautiful as this is telling the participants on what’s the best preparation and performance level to do in order to win the most coveted microphone trophy and earn the adulation of millions of fans across Europe and other side of the globe.
The contest hosts Måns Zelmerlöw & Petra Mede gave an outstanding exhilarating performance of a very simple but huge impact song of love and peace in the city of Stockholm Sweden. I was asking myself how could a simple song be forcefully affect the audience and its televiewers? No dull moment nor any thin line of gap of error with their A1+++ song and dance number. Its amazing show truly showcased the talent of the 42 participating representatives that won by a woman from Ukraine named Jamala who sang a song figuratively entitled 1944.
The whole programme went perfect right from the start to finish with the showcasing of stage design which were done with such genius and authentic display of a never before seen synchronization of the contestants and the people behind the engineering light marvels put on in every performance. But the real stand out part of the event aside from the thrill and excitement the voting portion have made were the unthinkable and professional display of that intermission number with an ingredient of every music variety and stage acts accentuated by millions of programmable logic controlled lights that until today people have talking about the Eurovision 2016 Finals in every social media platform all the way here in Southeast Asia including my country the Philippines.