What’s changed in Rehearsal Two?
Rehearsing right now inside the Ahoy Arena is Tusse, performing “Voices” for Sweden. Here is what has changed since the first rehearsal, and what the team thinks of the changes.
The main difference between the first and second rehearsals with “Voices” is the use of light. Much of the light that is shone onto Tusse from the sides is a lot brighter than before; sometimes, it’s almost as if you can’t see him. The majority of what Tusse does on stage has remained the same, as it has for his backing dancers. In the bridge, however, things go all red, as Tusse and his troupe are all packed together – with Tusse on his knees. In the final chorus, the background explodes and we are treated to glimmers of orange and yellow stars and sparks, with some lovely overhead camera shots.
In case you missed it…
If you didn’t catch what Tusse’s original staging looked like, check out our article on what initially happened in the first rehearsal here:
If you didn’t see the first rehearsal clip of Sweden’s performance, check it out here!
News Credit: EBU / That Eurovision Site
Photo Credit: EBU / Andres Putting