Weirdest Eurovision entry yet? Serbian contestant sings about Meghan Markle’s healthy hair secrets – and says she sings about the Duchess because she ‘supports exiles’
- Konstrakta, 43, from Belgrade, referenced Meghan Markle in Serbia’s entry
- While singing ‘In Corpore Sano’, it springs that the Duchess has ‘healthy hair’
- Eurovision Song Contest fans admitted it was their favorite song this year
Serbia’s entry into this year’s Eurovision Song Contest has gone viral on social media after it referenced Meghan Markle in the opening lyrics.
Konstrakta, 43, from Belgrade, Serbia, took the stage wearing a white shirt and matching pants to perform ‘In Corpore Sano’, which is Latin for ‘Healthy Body’, as she took on the Top 16 other countries vying for a spot. finally.
She referenced the Duchess of Sussex in the song’s opening lyrics about health, saying, “What could be the secret to Meghan Markle’s healthy hair?” What could it be? What could be the secret to Meghan Markle’s healthy hair? What could it be?’
The lyrics which are a mixture of Serbian and Latin have been praised by fans of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Konstrakta, 43, from Belgrade, Serbia, referenced Meghan Markle (pictured) in her song ‘In Corpore Sano’ at the Eurovision Song Contest
Konstrakta, who worked in architecture before becoming a musician, has been performing since 2001.
She explained to Eurovision Song Contest organizers that her song is not about the Duchess of Sussex but rather that we live in a time when health has been given the “highest value”.
The Serbian singer said she hopes listeners can connect with the song despite it being in two different languages.
Konstrakta said, “Meghan Markle isn’t that big here, but she’s representative of all the media people we focus on.”
“She hasn’t contacted me yet, but I would like her to hear it!” It’s a song about the atmosphere we live in, which has made health the highest value.
Konstrakta (pictured) claims the song is not about the Duchess of Sussex but about the importance of health in society
After mentioning the Duchess of Sussex, she continues to sing about the importance of hydration and how skin and hair respond when health needs a boost.
Konstrakta explained that the song is designed to let the audience reflect on the importance of health care as well as society’s misplaced emphasis on beauty standards.
She revealed why she chose to mention Meghan instead of Kate to the Informer, saying: ‘I decided to mention Megan in the song because the papers write that she has great hair… She has prettier hair than Kate Middleton, let’s face it.
“Kate has beautiful hats and Megan has beautiful hair. Megan is also an exile and we support exiles.
Eurovision fans left comments under a YouTube video of Konstrakta’s performance saying they would vote for her to win.
One person wrote: ‘This is the standout song of 2022! Every year there are always one or two that aim to push the boundaries of what we hear and see. It can be a miss or a hit. That one?
Konstrakta said the song is designed to let listeners reflect on the misplaced emphasis on beauty standards
‘A spooky masterpiece! The unequaled artistic and musical value of this song is perhaps one of the strongest of recent years! One of my top five!’
Another said: “This will be the starter everyone is talking about this year. From the mention of Meghan Markle to applause and hand waving, this has appropriate viral potential and is likely to get people talking and therefore more votes.
“I love it when she says ‘Meghan Markle,'” a third commented.
A fourth added: “This is one of the most original songs to ever appear on Eurovision, a masterpiece.”
A stream of Eurovision Song Contest fans said the song was one of their favorites this year