Suomi ja maailma hullaantuvat Käärijän "Cha, cha, cha" -biisiin – Euroviisut 2023

Finland and the world go crazy for Käärijän's "Cha, cha, cha" - Eurovision Song Contest 2023

Finland and the world go crazy for Käärijän's "Cha, cha, cha" - Eurovision Song Contest 2023

Finland's representative at Eurovision 2023, rapper Käärijä, has received a phenomenal response both at home and internationally with his song "Cha, cha, cha". Käärijä's energetic and catchy song has captured the hearts of Eurovision fans and made them dance and sing along. There is no doubt that Käärijä has managed to create something different and memorable in this year's contest.

The madness started when Käärijä won the Finnish New Music Competition (UMK) by an overwhelming margin of 539 points. The song "Cha, cha, cha" quickly emerged as the frontrunner and generated widespread interest both in Finland and abroad. This interest has only increased as Käärijä has progressed to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Particularly noteworthy is how international fans have embraced the Finnish-language song and tried to sing along. In the semi-finals at the Liverpool Violin Arena, the audience sang and danced throughout the song, and the sing-along really took off. This is quite exceptional for Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest.

The popularity of the wrapper has not been limited to just the five-star arena. On the terraces of Liverpool pubs, British bands have been heard shouting "Cha, cha, cha" at the top of their voices, which has attracted even more attention and interest in Käärijä's performance. Käärija's name has also been chanted in the arena when the presenters have announced the countries that have reached the final, and the arena exploded when Finland was mentioned.

Käärija's success has led many to wonder whether Finland can win the Eurovision Song Contest this year. Sweden's Loreen with her song "Tattoo" is considered the worst contender, but the jury's opinion could change the outcome. What is clear, however, is that Käärijän's "Cha, cha, cha" has achieved something special, transcending language barriers and cultural differences, and has brought fans from all over the world together in a common enthusiasm.

Ultimately, whether Finland wins Eurovision 2023 or not, Käärijän's "Cha, cha, cha" has already won the hearts of many and generated a phenomenal international response. Käärijä's success in bringing together both Finnish and foreign fans in a common enthusiasm shows that music transcends borders and unites people. The song's impact will live on long after Eurovision 2023, and it will certainly be one of those songs that will be remembered for years to come. Wrapper's "Cha, cha, cha" has really got Eurovision fans going crazy and crazy, and its legacy will continue long into the future.

We couldn't resist the "Cha, cha, cha" mania, which went completely wild under the influence of Kääriji. Customers rushed into the shop to buy everything in green, and some products were even sold out. To meet the demand, Ninja launched a special design of jewellery made from domestic laser-cut birch: two lime green spikes on a black chain, perfectly reflecting Kääriji's energetic and infectious style.

See the earring here

Lime spike earrings |

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