Serbia’s Eurovision entry sings in support of Meghan Markle


When they sang all about Serbia’s Eurovision entry Konstrakta, fans were completely confused. Meghan Markle‘s “healthy hair”During their performances.

On Saturday night (May 14), the 66th Eurovision Song Contest concluded with the following lines: “What could be the secret of Meghan Markle’s healthy hair?”

Ana Đurić known professionally as Konstrakta performed the catchy track, where another line could be heard: “What could it be? I think it’s all about deep hydration.”

Many people were baffled by the news, and took to Twitter to share their findings.

One Eurovision viewer was unsure what they were hearing and wrote: “Is nobody going to mention Serbia’s song about Meghan Markle’s hair? I mean, WTF?”

The lyrics were so confusing that fans were baffled.

Another one: “Serbia get out, singing about Meghan Markle’s hair, that’s maddddd.”

“So random that Serbia’s song was about Meghan Markle,”Another echo was heard.

The fourth is: “The best part about Serbia’s song was name dropping Meghan Markle.”

Speaking about the track, popstar Ana Đurić said that the Duchess “isn’t that important” in Serbia, adding: “but she’s representative of all those people in the media that we’re focused on.

Serbians are clearly enchanted by the hair of the Duchess

“She hasn’t contacted me yet, but I’d like for her to hear it!

“This is a song about the atmosphere in which we’re living, which has put health as the highest value.”

This comes after winners of the contest Kalush Ochestra, Ukraine’s entry, stole the hearts of Europe Saturday night (May 14).

Winning a whopping 631 points – of jury and viewer votes combined, fans of the show were overjoyed when Ukraine took home the gong.

MC Kilimmen, Ihor Didenchuk, Oleh Psiuk, Tymofii Muzychuk and Vitalii Duzhyk of Kalush Orchestra
MC Kilimmen. Ihor Hadenchuk. Oleh Psiuk. Tymofii Mzychuk. Vitalii Duzhyk, Kalush Orchestra.

In a rare turn of events the United Kingdom’s entry Sam Ryder came in second place with 466 points – marking a huge shift in our Eurovision stature.

If Sam, the TikTok star who is also known as Space Man, had won with Space Man the gong it would have been Britain’s first win since 1997.

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