Adele admits she likes Jamala's song at Eurovision
Famous singer made such recognition during her concert in Amsterdam
British pop singer Adele says that she liked the Jamala’s song '1944', which won the Eurovision-2016. Video from a concert in Amsterdam, where Adele has made this recognition, is published on the page of Maltese Radio Bay on Facebook.
Speaking on June 6 in the capital of the Netherlands, the singer asked the audience, who stood next to the stage, where they came from. Learning that they were from Malta, Adele said she always liked the country performs at "Eurovision". Singer highly appreciated the performance of the Maltese representatives at the last competition.
“And I like the winning song as well...”, - added Adele.
Recall that in May of this year, Jamala took first place in the international Eurovision Song Contest with the song "1944", dedicated to the deportation of the Crimean Tatars from Crimean peninsula.
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