03 April 2009

Eurovision Dance Contest 2008


Jedno od najpoznatijih gay dešavanja u evropi je svakako Eurovision song contest. Naravno to već svi uredno prate iz godinu u godinu.
Al da li ste čuli za Eurovision Dance Contest!? Ja da budem iskren nisam sve dok nisam naletio na ovaj snimak sa BBC televizije.
Uh pa tu je sve gay, od početka do kraja. Čak mi i pojedine plesačice više izgledaju kao lezbejke. Za plesače ne moram ni pričati.
Pa vidi im se da su pederi. Super zar ne. Imalo je tu zgodnjikavih, šarmantnih, ali i očito strastvenih likova. Naravno izvesna doza feminiziranosti je prisutna kod svih plesača, tako da oni koje i to pali mogu da uživaju u punom sjaju blještave scene prepune plesača u vrištećim kostimima, dobrog ritma i naravno sjajne muzike.


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Prošlogodišnje natjecanje je bilo u septembru i pobjedili su Poljaci. Zanimljivo je da je na EDC učestvovalo samo 14 zemalja. treba valjda malo vremena da se taj pelcer primi i počne da živi širom evrope. Ovo je tek drugo takmičenje po redu. kada će i naša TV početi da prenosi EDC to ne zna ni Baba Vanga!
Tada će mo mi opet glasati za susjede i na taj način evocirati neka davna EX YU vremena!


The second Eurovision Dance Contest (EDC), the newest addition to the Eurovision Family of programmes, took place in the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) in Glasgow, on Saturday, 6 September 2008.

The two-hour and fifteen minutes European co-production was organised by the EBU, hosted by its British member, the BBC, and produced by two UK production companies, Splash Media and Sunset+Vine, with assistance from the International Dance Sport Federation (IDSF).

The show was broadcast live on television across Europe and beyond the Eurovision Network on primetime and was viewed by millions in over 25 countries. In the 5,000m˛ SECC arena hall, approximately 2,200 spectators enthusiastically witnessed the event live and cheered for the favourites.

Fifty three years after the launch of the Eurovision Song Contest and following the creation of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, this new show brings together the best of both worlds: the glitz and glamour of ballroom dancing and the Song Contest's live and unpredictable drama, with a scoreboard, hosts speaking foreign languages, and of course the "douze points".

14 qualified mixed dancing couples, each comprising one professional dancer and another dancer engaged in a profession other than dance, represented their countries in the 2008 Eurovision Dance Contest with a freestyle choreography inspired by the country or tradition they represented. In addition to being judged by a jury panel of IDSF experts in the arena, the European audience at home cast their vote by televoting and text voting to determine this year's winner of the Grand Prix Dancing title.

As in the first edition, the show was hosted by one of the BBC's most popular talents, Graham Norton, alongside Claudia Winkleman, the host of "Strictly Come Dancing's" companion programme, "It Takes Two".

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