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  1. Congrats to our dear neighbors – well deserved win! Full Results: Semi Final 1 Iceland won the televote, followed by Australia and Estonia. Czech Republic won the jury vote, followed by Greece and Australia. With 100% televote, Poland would have qualified for the final instead of Belarus. With 100% jury voting, Hungary would have qualified for the final instead of San Marino. 01. Australia (261) q 02. Czech Republic (242) q 03. Iceland (221) q 04. Estonia (198) q 05. Greece (185) q 06. Slovenia (167) q 07. Serbia (156) q 08. San Marino (150) q 09. Cyprus (149) q 10. Belarus (122) q ––– 11. Poland (120) 12. Hungary (97) 13. Belgium (70) 14. Georgia (62) 15. Portugal (51) 16. Montenegro (46) 17. Finland (23) Semi Final 2 Norway won the televote, followed by the Netherlands and Switzerland. North Macedonia won the jury vote, followed by Sweden and the Netherlands. With 100% televote, Lithuania would have qualified for the final instead of Denmark. With 100% jury voting, Romania and Moldova would have qualified for the final instead of Norway and Albania. 01. The Netherlands (280) q 02. North Macedonia (239) q 03. Sweden (238) q 04. Switzerland (232) q 05. Azerbaijan (224) q 06. Russia (217) q 07. Norway (210) q 08. Malta (157) q 09. Albania (96) q 10. Denmark (94) q ––– 11. Lithuania (93) 12. Moldova (85) 13. Romania (71) 14. Croatia (64) 15. Latvia (50) 16. Armenia (49) 17. Austria (21) 18. Ireland (16) Grand Final Norway won the televote, followed by the Netherlands and Italy. Sweden won the jury vote, followed by North Macedonia and the Netherlands. The juries killed Norway (15th place in the jury voting) and Iceland (14th place in the jury voting) while the televoters didn't like jury favorites North Macedonia (only 12th place in televote) and Czech Republic (only 24th place in the televote). Germany received 0 points in the televote. Spain received the lowest jury score with 7 points. 01. The Netherlands (492) 02. Italy (465) 03. Russia (369) 04. Switzerland (360) 05. Norway (338) 06. Sweden (332) 07. Azerbaijan (297) 08. North Macedonia (295) 09. Australia (285) 10. Iceland (234) ––– 11. Czech Republic (157) 12. Denmark (120) 13. Slovenia (105) 14. France (105) 15. Cyprus (101) 16. Malta (95) 17. Serbia (92) 18. Albania (90) 19. Estonia (86) 20. San Marino (81) ––– 21. Greece (71) 22. Spain (60) 23. Israel (47) 24. Germany (32) 25. Belarus (31) 26. United Kingdom (16) Recap of the Grand Final:
  2. The second semi-final took place last night. The following 10 countries advanced to the Grand Final on Saturday: Albania Azerbaijan Denmark North Macedonia Malta Netherlands Norway Russia Sweden Switzerland The following countries did not qualify: Armenia Austria Croatia Ireland Latvia Lithuania Moldova Romania Recap of last night's LIVE performances: Running order for the Grand Final on Saturday: Malta Albania Czech Republic Germany Russia Denmark San Marino North Macedonia Sweden Slovenia Cyprus Netherlands Greece Israel Norway United Kingdom Iceland Estonia Belarus Azerbaijan France Italy Serbia Switzerland Australia Spain
  3. B&B: Amber. From 1997 to 2004, she was front and center, was the tortured heroine, and she even had a family built around her. Then after her icky romance with Thomas (Drew Tyler Bell) had fizzled, she was quietly dropped from the canvas in early 2005 ... only to reappear several years later. During her second stint, she was written as a desperate troublemaker and was eventually dropped again. I don't even remember how she left.
  4. The first semi-final is over. The following 10 countries advanced to the Grand Final on Saturday: Australia Belarus Cyprus Czech Republic Estonia Greece Iceland San Marino Serbia Slovenia The following countries did not qualify: Belgium Finland Georgia Hungary Montenegro Poland Portugal Recap of last night's LIVE performances:
  5. The whole Spectra clan on B&B never shared any lovers. Thank God the show never did a Sally/Macy/Thorne, Sally/Clarke/Macy or Clarke/CJ/Random Logan/Forrester woman triangle. (And ditto to a Massimo/Jackie/Ridge triangle back in the day 😂) On today's B&B, that would surely happen. The only exception might be Macy and Darla who were both married to Thorne, but at least Darla wasn't biologically related to Macy. Kimberly was briefly interested in Thorne, but that was more or less stalking on her side instead of a romance. Did Felicia and Kristen Forrester ever share any lover? I don't think so, and they were hardly together on screen anyway.
  6. RTL is promoting the hell out of it. Promo for GZSZ's primetime episode: "Am 30. April... gefangen im Netz der Intrigen... Laura: Ich glaube, diesmal wird alles gut... Jo: Dass ich so was noch einmal erlebe... Katrin: Mich zu unterschätzen ist ein großer Fehler... Doch wer hält am Ende alle Fäden in der Hand? Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten in Spielfilmlänge! Am 30. April!" "On April 30th... caught in a web of intrigues... Laura: I believe that everything will go well this time... Jo: Can't believe I'm going through this once again... Katrin: Underestimating me is a big mistake... But in the end, who will pull the strings? Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten in feature-length! On April 30th!" And the promo for "Nachtschwestern"... basically the plot is about two women who used to be best friends... then one of them slept with the husband of the other one... the friendship ended, and years later they unexpectedly become colleagues as night nurses. The promo is a bit boring, though.
  7. On April 30th, 2019, GZSZ is going to have another 90-minutes primetime episode. This year, the special will focus on the Gerner clan (Katrin & Jo vs. Laura) and Emily's stalker Karla. The primetime episode is followed by the premiere of the new primetime soap "Nachtschwestern" (Night Nurses) and a "GZSZ – Behind the Scenes" special. "Nachtschwestern" stars former soap actors Ines Quermann (née Kurenbach, ex-UU), Mimi Fiedler (ex-UU), Sila Sahin (ex-GZSZ), Oliver Franck (ex-GZSZ) and Nassim Avat (ex-AWZ). GZSZ also updated its opening two weeks ago. This was the first update since fall 2017. Eric Stehfest (Chris Lehmann), Lea Marlen Woitack (Sophie Lindh), Luise von Finckh (Jule Vogt) and Linda Marlen Runge (Anni Brehme) were removed. Valentina Pahde (Sunny Richter), Daniel Fehlow (Leon Moreno), Iris Mareike Steen (Lilly Seefeld) and Chryssanthi Kavazi (Laura Weber) reveived new footage. Thomas Drechsel's (Max "Tuner" Krüger) scene is a recycled shot from 2017. The previous opening showed him together with Linda Marlen Runge (Anni Brehme). This is the first opening to feature Olivia Marei (Toni Ahrens), Maximilian Braun (Luis Ahrens), Gamze Senol (Shirin Akinci) and Timur Ülker (Nihat Güney). Contract stars Gisa Zach (Yvonne Bode), who debuted in January, and Nils Schulz (Robert Klee), who debuts this week, were not added. Here are the 3 versions: Version 1: Valentine Pahde (Sunny Richter) – Ulrike Frank (Katrin Flemming) – Wolfgang Bahro (Jo Gerner) – Berlin Alexanderplatz – Jörn Schlönvoigt (Dr. Philip Höfer) & Felix von Jascheroff (John Bachmann) – Thaddäus Meilinger (Felix Lehmann) – Brandenburg Gate – Olivia Marei (Toni Ahrens) & Maximilian Braun (Luis Ahrens) – Maria Wedig (Nina Ahrens) – Berlin Subway – GZSZ Version 2: Anne Menden (Emily Wiedmann) – Clemens Löhr (Alexander Cöster) – Eva Mona Rodekirchen (Maren Seefeld) – Berlin Alexanderplatz – Felix van Deventer (Jonas Seefeld) & Niklas Osterloh (Paul Wiedmann) – Valentina Pahde (Sunny Richter) – Brandenburg Gate – Daniel Fehlow (Leon Moreno) – Gamze Senol (Shirin Akinci) – Berlin Subway – GZSZ Version 3: Wolfgang Bahro (Jo Gerner) – Ulrike Frank (Katrin Flemming) – Berlin Alexanderplatz – Valentine Pahde (Sunny Richter), Gamze Senol (Shirin Akinci) & Iris Mareike Steen (Lilly Seefeld) – Thomas Drechsel (Max "Tuner" Krüger) – Brandenburg Gate – Timur Ülker (Nihat Güney) – Iris Mareike Steen (Lilly Seefeld) – Chryssanthi Kavazi (Laura Weber) – Berlin Subway – GZSZ AWZ last updated its opening in January 2019. Tanja Szewczenko (Diana Sommer), Christian Feist (Damian Steinkamp) and Heike Warmuth (Carmen Bauer) were removed. This is the first opening to feature Tijan Njie (Moritz Brunner), Christopher Kohn (Dr. Finn Albrecht) and Madeleine Krakor (Steffi König). Bela Klentze (Ronny Bergmann) was eventually re-added to the opening, as was returning cast member Francisco Medina (Maximilian von Altenburg). In addition, the order was slightly changed. Contract star Birte Glang (as a recast Lena Öztürk), who debuted only three weeks later, was not added. These are the two current versions: Version 1: Tatjana Clasing (Simone Steinkamp) – Sam Eisenstein (Marian Öztürk) – Silvan-Pierre Leirich (Richard Steinkamp) –Cheyenne Pahde (Marie Schmidt) – Igor Dolgatschew (Deniz Öztürk) – Tijan Njie (Moritz Brunner) – Kaja Schmidt-Tychsen (Jenny Steinkamp-Öztürk) – Francisco Medina (Maximilian von Altenburg) – Jörg Rohde (Ben Steinkamp) – Maike Johanna Reuter (Pauline Reusch) – Alles was zählt Version 2: Julia Augustin (Vanessa Steinkamp-Lukowski) – Lars Korten (Christoph Lukowski) – Ania Niedieck (Isabelle Pachlhuber) – Christopher Kohn (Dr. Finn Albrecht) – Tatjana Clasing (Simone Steinkamp) – Silvan-Pierre Leirich (Richard Steinkamp) – Madeleine Krakor (Steffi König) – André Dietz (Ingo Zadek) – Bela Klentze (Ronny Bergmann) – Franziska Benz (Michelle Bauer) – Alles was zählt
  8. This year's field is now complete. Current betting odds for the winner: Netherlands Russia Sweden Switzerland Cyprus Italy Iceland Greece Norway Portugal Let's see how this will change until May... Armenia 2019: Srbuk / "Walking Out" Language: English Belarus 2019: ZENA / "Like It" Language: English Greece 2019: Katerine Duska / "Better Love" Language: English Israel 2019: Kobi Marimi / "Coming Home" Language: English Ireland 2019: Sarah McTernan / "22" Language: English Malta 2019: Michela / "Chameleon" Language: English Russia 2019: Sergey Lazarev / "Scream" Language: English Sergey Lazarev previously represented Russia in 2016 with the song "You Are the Only One" which finished in 2nd place. Sweden 2019: John Lundvik / "Too Late for Love" Language: English
  9. Austria 2019: PAENDA / "Limits" Language: English Azerbaijan 2019: Chingiz / "Truth" Language: English The Netherlands 2019: Duncan Laurance / "Arcade" Language: English North Macedonia 2019: Tamara Todevska / "Proud" Language: English Tamara Todevska previously represented North Macedonia (the country formerly known as FYROM) in 2008 as part of the trio Tamara, Vrčak and Adrian. Back then, their song "Let Me Love You" failed to qualify for the Grand Final. Poland 2019: Tulia / "Fire of Love (Pali się)" Language: English & Polish San Marino 2019: Serhat / "Say Na Na Na" Language: English Serhat previously represented San Marino in 2016. Back then, his song "I Didn't Know" failed to qualify for the Grand Final. Switzerland 2019: Luca Hänni / "She Got Me" Language: English
  10. Cyprus 2019: Tamta / "Replay" Language: English Georgia 2019: Oto Nemsadze / "Sul tsin iare" Language: Georgian Serbia 2019: Nevena Božovič / "Kruna" Language: Serbian & English Nevena previously represented Serbia in 2013 as part of the trio Moje 3. Back then, their song "Ljubav je svuda" failed to qualify for the Grand Final.
  11. Finland 2019: Darude feat. Sebastian Rejman / "Look Away" Language: English Darude is best known for his international hit "Sandstorm" (1999). Iceland 2019: Hatari / "Hatrið mun sigra" Language: Icelandic I sooo want this to win the contest... it's fantastic. Moldova 2019: Anna Odobescu / "Stay" Language: English Norway 2019: KEiiNO / "Spirit in the Sky" Language: English Portugal 2019: Conan Osíris / "Telemóveis" Language: Portuguese
  12. Unfortunately, they shut down that website when TVnow was relaunched. 😶 TVnow is still uploading classic episodes of GZSZ and UU. Currently, GZSZ is up until episode #290 (July 1993), and UU is up until episode #220 (October 1995). In addition, premium users have access to every episode since May 2007. For AWZ, the whole series is available for streaming. Cancelled soaps that are available for streaming: Verbotene Liebe (1995-2015): https://www.youtube.com/user/verboteneliebe1994/playlists has uploaded most episodes Alles oder Nichts (2018-2019): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8l-jbLsudDXOC6kkBxm0gw/videos has the whole series Marienhof (1992-2011): https://www.youtube.com/user/masterof1990/videos has some full episodes, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEg8dmaYzd0X7hu4KNHcuNA/videos has a lot of episodes Mallorca – Suche nach dem Paradies (1999-2000): https://www.youtube.com/user/suchenachdemparadies/videos has the whole series Alle zusammen – jeder für sich (1996-1997): https://www.youtube.com/user/allezusammen1996/videos has the whole series Ahornallee (2007): The whole series is available on TVnow Some Comings and Goings: In an unexpected turns of events, Daniel Fehlow (Leon Moreno) has been written out of GZSZ. The actor first joined in April 1996, departed in May 1999, and then returned in April 2001. Thus, he's the show's second longest-running cast member. Episodes had to be edited to conceal Fehlow's sudden exit. At the same time, Fehlow's wife Jessica Ginkel, who starred as Caroline Neustädter on GZSZ from 2006 to 2009, also announced her exit from the successful primetime series "Der Lehrer" (The Teacher). Reasons are unknown, and it's unclear whether Fehlow returns to GZSZ in the near future. Also on GZSZ, Nils Schulz has been cast in the new contract role Robert Klee. Robert is a successful architect and is probably becoming Nina's (Maria Wedig) new love interest. Apparently, he's also the father of Brenda, a character that recurred on the show last summer. Brenda was a classmate of Nina's son Luis (Maximilian Braun). She blackmailed Luis with a video showing him masturbating. Her heavy bullying almost pushed Luis into suicide. Maike Johanna Reuter (Pauline Reusch) is departing AWZ in April 2019. The actress joined the contract cast in October 2017. Pauline is the latest member of AWZ's "Failed Leading Lady" club. In turn, Ron Holzschuh has joined AWZ in the role of Nicolas Nadolny, a new enemy of the Steinkamp family. Holzschuh previously played the devilish Bernd von Beyenbach for several years on "Verbotene Liebe", and he also had a recurring role on UU in 2014. AWZ has a cross-over with the show "Vermisst" (Missing). In AWZ's storyline, Moritz (Tijan Njie) is searching for his long-lost father. Sandra Eckhardt, host of "Vermisst", will appear on AWZ as herself and reunites Moritz and his father.
  13. Ukraine is officially out of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. This was supposed to be their entry: Belgium 2019: Eliot / "Wake Up" Language: English
  14. Apparently, Maruv won the Ukrainian National Final last night, but she won't be allowed to represent the country because she has given concerts in Russia 😡 I don't get why the EBU doesn't ban Ukraine and Russia from the contest... every year there's some new drama involving these two countries. Denmark 2019: Leonora / "Love Is Forever" Language: English, French, Danish & German Germany 2019: S!sters / "Sister" Language: English Hungary 2019: Joci Papai / "Az ém apám" Language: Hungarian Joci Papai previously represented Hungary in 2017 with the song "Origo" which finished in 8th place. Lithuania 2019: Jurij Veklenko / "Run with the Lions" Language: English Romania 2019: Ester Peony / "On a Sunday" Language: English
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