Eurovision fans insist Sweden cant win as they brand Loreen overrated

Loreen – Euphoria – Live – Grand Final – 2012 Eurovision Song Contest

The Eurovision Song Contest is in full swing this evening (May 13), however, fans were left less than impressed by Sweden’s entry.

2012 Eurovision winner Loreen was again representing the Nordic nation this year with her new track Tattoo.

As fans will remember, Loreen won over a decade ago with her dance track Euphoria which charted well across Europe at the time.

But tonight, some fans were not pleased to see the singer returning to the Eurovision stage.

Eurovision fans took to social media with @uberdenkerin posting: “For me #loreen is overrated #Eurovision #Eurovision2023 #esc2023.”

A second called @EmmaMCurzon said: “Ok, two things: one, it seems unfair to bring back someone who’s already won the damn thing. Second, why does she have claws?! #Loreen #Eurovision2023.”

A third @flickerlightsup tweeted: “loreen slayed once again but I need finland to win this year.””

Another @nito6664 wrote: “if Loreen wins I’m chewing off my arm.”

While @valeorain said: “Sweden’s song kinda boring…… love Loreen tho.”

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However, others were loving the entry as @rootlore said: “sorry to any other country loreen kinda mother of eurovision since euphoria.”

A second @Ptgnbo said: “#EurovisionRTVE #Eurovision2023 #Eurovision #Sweden Loreen I love her since the first sight.”

Sweden has already been named by the bookmakers as one of the favourites to be crowned the winner with odds of 1/2 from Skybet and Betfair.

Also, in the running is Finland’s Käärijä and his song Cha Cha Cha, which sent the Liverpool Arena into meltdown with a pounding performance.

Käärijä has been given odds of 5/2 from Boylesports and 2/1 from BetUK.

Israel’s Noa Kirel and her track Unicorn is another contender for the Eurovision crown with Ladbrokes giving her odds of 9/1 to win the competition.

Sadly, the UK’s Mae Muller and her entry I Wrote A Song are not in the running to replicate the success of Sam Ryder and Space Man last year.

She’s been given odds of 80/1 from Paddy Power and 50/1 from betway.

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