Revealed what the Eurovision organization asked the public just before starting the event and what the reaction was

Eurovision has always been synonymous with spectacle and diversity, but this year, the controversy has surpassed the music.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
11 May 2024 Saturday 05:28
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Revealed what the Eurovision organization asked the public just before starting the event and what the reaction was

Eurovision has always been synonymous with spectacle and diversity, but this year, the controversy has surpassed the music. The unexpected expulsion of the Netherlands and the controversy surrounding Israel's performance have placed the festival in the target of Eurofans.

Faced with a panorama of absolute tension and uncertainty, the organization has released an announcement with the instructions to follow for the correct functioning of Eurovision. Basically, it has been requested that no type of booing be done or any symbol shown that could lead to discord.

Upon hearing these requests, the Eurofans present at the Malmö Arena burst into loud boos. Furthermore, they have begun to cheer on Joost Klein and his Europapa as a show of support and, incidentally, rejection of Israel's presence.

Precisely, despite the fact that the organization has strongly requested that there be no boos, Israel's performance, this time, has been widely whistled by the public. Despite signs of discontent, Eden Golan has continued with his performance, which has also received the support of the Israeli public.