The Serbian performance was sung by Konsktrakta and called In Corpore Sano, Latin for In a Healthy Body
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The Serbian Eurovision 2022 song includes some very random lyrics about Meghan Markle’s ‘deeply hydrated’ hair.
The much-anticipated song contest is back on our screens with each country themed ‘The Sound of Beauty’.
This year’s competition will be held in Turin, Italy, after rock band Maneskin won with their hit song Zitti e buoni.
Meanwhile, for the upcoming competition, the Serbian performance was sung by Konsktrakta and called In Corpore Sano.
The title means In a Healthy Body in Latin.
At the beginning of the song, the female singer belted: “I wonder what is the secret behind Meghan Markle’s healthy and beautiful hair?
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“I think that’s what deep hydration is. They say a person’s skin and hair show everything.”
She then turned to even more unusual lyrics, singing: “For example, dark circles around the eyes / Could it indicate liver problems / Dark spots around the lips, perhaps an enlarged spleen? “
“A large spleen is not beautiful, not pretty / Artists need to take care of their health”.
While the lyrics may seem unfamiliar to some, many loved the iconic performance and took to the YouTube comments section to share their thoughts.
“This is an iconic performance! I hope that Konstrakta will have a similar or better performance in Italy!” said one user.
Another added: “She is one of the most unique artists I’ve ever seen. I love her. Wish her good health, long life.”
“Best original with clever mess. One of the best entries this year,” said one impressed fan.
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In the rehearsal video, the singer is seen washing her hands with a bucket as performers stand around her.
Her songs cover everything from social and political norms to her country’s medical system.
This year’s Eurovision Song Contest will run from May 10 to May 14, 2022.
The event will be split into three parts, with semi-final 1 set to kick off on Tuesday, May 10.
Semi-final 2 will be played two days later on Thursday, May 12 before the final two days later on Saturday, May 14.
Eurovision 2022 this year will have three presenters: Mika, Laura Pausini and Alessandro Cattelan.
Finals broadcast on Saturday 14 order 8pm May on BBC One, BBC Radio 2 and BBC iPlayer
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