Chantal and Jean on Eurovision: 'Big breasts are always good'

Chantal and Jean on Eurovision: ‘Big breasts are always good’

What a typical Eurovision song for Chantal, is “beautiful song”, like Loreen’s “Euphoria”. “This has such a beautiful backlog. But Duncan Laurence’s Arcade is a favorite too. In fact, there are two final songs: hysterical with bells and whistles and Beyoncé dresses, or one that a boy sings on his own piano. Everything. What’s in between and what’s comfortable.” A little bit, I can’t do much with that. “

Jahn cites Nicole’s “En Bisschen Frieden”, which is about peace. “I find the connected message that characterizes the Eurovision Song Contest.”

And what is it doing well in terms of acting in the Eurovision Song Contest? “Big breasts are always good,” Chantal says. “Wind machines, too,” adds Jan. “And that combination is just right.” Chantal loves to dance, too. “This is what you think: Everyone will participate at home. We do that during training as well.”

Chantal and Jean are not afraid of blackouts. “See, it’s annoying when the machine crashes, but you always have your tickets. But if you can’t live without this thing after weeks of working out, then where have you been all this time?” Jan says about it: “Then you can dream about your songs.” “Falling down, literally or figuratively, is the danger of a profession,” Chantal says. Jan: “It is idealistic to think that you are not making a mistake within ten hours of a live TV broadcast.”

In the video below, you can see a preview of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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