Thursday, February 18, 2010

13:16 ~U 16.02.10

Apparently, it's not only Emmy and Mihran (and their agent) who are disgruntled with the results of the final selection for Armenia's entry in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest.

Armen Movsisyan, representing Razmik Amyan, also a contender for the Armenian entry in this year's Eurovision, told today that he, too, is not content with the results of SMS voting.

While speaking to, Movsisyan said that he believes that numerous text messages were not counted as they were blocked, though the senders were charged for those messages. According to Movsisyan, this is what Razmik Amyan's fans have said.

In an attempt to back up his claim, Movsisyan said that some 12,000 people were present at Amyan's last concert. He also said that voting by SMS is a meaningless measure, for which money is being spent.

Nevertheless, Razmik Amyan's producer said that they're not going to organize any protests - nor are they going to appeal the results.

"Razmik Amyan will never [again] take part in Eurovision's preliminary round; however, if asked to do so, he will take part in Eurovision [meaning, if he were asked to represent Armenia]," concluded Movsisyan.

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