Some Armenian voters disagree with Emmy’s performing song Boom Boom at Eurovision

Some Armenian voters disagree with Emmy’s performing song Boom Boom at Eurovision

PanARMENIAN.Net - Eurovision 2011 fans in Armenia disagree with the selection of a song Boom-Boom to be performed by Armenian singer Emmy at the song contest.

As the statement addressed to PanARMENIAN.Net said, the selection was illogical as the song АYO was leading the SMS votings the results of which were posted on the web.

“Boom Boom is a plagiarism of a song earlier performed by a Russian singer Jasmine,” the fans stressed, noting that votes sent for AYO were never accepted by the voting system.

Armenian fans urged to annul voting results till March 10 and pick AYO to be presented at Eurovision 2011.

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