Marius Behr in the ESC Final. “My performance wasn’t perfect, but I’m going to get better,” promised the 29-year-old. He has to, or else it could be tough to get center stage on Saturday.
Marius Ber Switzerland will on Saturday with his “Boys Don’t Cry” song Represented in the ESC Final. Thus, our country is represented in the last round for the third time in a row.
The 29-year-old musician from Appenzell Inruden had to shiver as he qualified for a short stint last night in Turin. Because Switzerland was chosen as the first-ever finalist.
After that, there was no stopping for Marius Beer. A leap of joy was followed by a leap of joy. in the next Press conference singer description That moment is like, “I thought I was dying.”
Much courage is required
It took a lot of courage to come to Turin with a song like “Boys Do Cry”. A completely different song from most ESC songs.
According to Bear, he realizes that his song is very calm and very sweet. It was crucial to convey his feelings to the living rooms of television viewers in Europe and Australia.
The fact that he succeeded in this makes the singer happy. Not least, he came under some criticism for his theatrical performances in the days leading up to the semi-finals. Some even claimed that the song did not fit into ESC.
According to Marius Behr, he felt a lot of pressure on his shoulders. during His performance in the semi-finals The singer seemed more nervous than usual. His voice sounded less powerful than usual.
However, the artist better taught his critics last night. And this, although he himself believes that “it was probably 60, 70 percent” only with his appearance.
Possibility to improve on the last evening
So there is definitely still room for improvement in Saturday’s final. Marius Behr promises his fans: “I will give everything and perform better.”
Yesterday evening, having survived the semi-finals, the 29-year-old wanted to get back to the hotel as quickly as possible and have a drink with his team. But this morning at the latest, his focus is on the big goal once again: to take center stage in the ESC final on the evening of 2022.
That was when Marius Beer walked in the footsteps of his predecessors, Jon and Luca Haney Tears.
Gjon’s tears from Freiburg arrived last year “All the universe” In the top 3. Hänni landed in 2019 with the song “I got it or I got it” Fourth in Tel Aviv.
How far Marius Behr will get with his song “Boys Do Cry” in the ESC 2022 final will be determined around midnight next Saturday.
The ESC Final can be watched at 1 SRF on Saturday 14th May from 9pm. And in the blue news, Manuel Kellerhals and Monica Roviner will mark the whole evening.
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