Armenia: How Inga & Anush were 'high' in Amsterdam

"No, no, that’s not what you thought! We both strongly support the healthy lifestyle, go to gym everyday and drink natural juices!" the say in their blog at MyEurovision.

It’s simply a play of words - high (pronounced as 'hai') - means 'Armenian' in their native language, apparently.

"So, we are walking in the streets of Amsterdam, enjoying one of our greatest trips so far, and suddenly we see a guy - with a typical Armenian appearance. Anush says: "Hay a hastat (translated as 'He is definitely 'Armenian')!" and I'm like 'hay a!'. Imagine our faces when the guy turns to us and says: "Girls, it's natural to be high in Amsterdam, why are you so happy about that?" explains Inga. 

They decided explanation was useless and continued their trip to a museum. 

You can read the full blog post on their MyEurovision profile and see their  video below.


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Inga and Anush will perform in the first Semi-Final of Europe's favourite TV-show on the 12th of May in Moscow. Read more about them on their Artist Profile.

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