Bulgaria's Sofi Marinova Fails to Make It to Eurovision Final with 'Love Unlimited'
Bulgarian Roma pop folk diva, Sofi Marinova has failed to qualify for the final of the 2012 Eurovision song contest in Baku, Azerbaijan.
The countries from the second Eurovision semi-final to make it to the final are Lithuania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Ukraine, Sweden, Macedonia, Norway, Estonia, Malta, Turkey.
Thursday’s second semi-final, which featured the Bulgarian Roma pop folk diva Sofi Marinova with her song “Love Unlimited”, coincided with the Day of Slavic Script and Culture.
Sofia Marinova was chosen to represent Bulgaria at the end of February by the viewers of the Bulgarian National Television, and became the first ever pop folk singer and the first ever Roma singer to represent the country in Eurovision.
Marinova performs the song "Love Unlimited" in Bulgarian but its also features saying “I love you” in several other languages.
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