This edition, Estogium will be represented by Ellie Morgent who represented the country in the 24th WorldVision Song Contest in Caen, Normandy and Picardy. Ellie Morgent was 3rd to perform out of 12 nations, and although quite highly expected to win, came 7th with 9 points. Ellie thought that she did very well in Caen, and thought that it was of high standard. She says she aims to do better in the WorldVision Song Contest with her songNot My Speciality which is a dance/electropop song which is intended to get you in your feet! ENTV will be broadcasting the event for Estogium.
Sia “Cheap Thrills”
Ellie Morgent – Not My Speciality
He ain’t go us, They ain’t got us
We got us, baby.
Darling, I don’t have wings to transport you to a different sky,
(Not my speciality)
Honey, I don’t have telepathy to enter your mind.
(Not my speciality)
Though I don’t need technology to see,
What I think you mean to me, oh.
Hold my hand and travel with me.
We might not have wings,
Though, experience what the world brings.
Britonisea will be represented by Amedeo Arjan, a well known personality in Britonisea and in Estogium alike. Amedeo Arjan will hope to maintain the country’s win in WorldVision 47 and hopes to bring the country it’s third win. Amedeo Arjan says that this would be an opportunity “like no other” and that he will take “every opportunity within grasps reach.” Amedeo will be singing a song called Parrot-talk which speaks about living with mental disabilities and the parrot is the constant person telling you to do the wrong things in life. The song is also about addiction and how addiction can link to you being hospitalised. BVC will be broadcasting the event for Britonisea.
Amedeo Arjan – Parrot-talk
They’re running for me!
Over the hills, they’re searching hard for me.
To pay my debts to, the one up high.
Corruption in my mind? I don’t believe so.
Though my mind is different from your own.
I feel so tired – Stop the suff’rin’
I feel such pain, pin-prick and enter my veins