"Stage drawings look very promising," says the Swedish Head of Delegation, Christer Björkman told to SVT.
"It's back to being large. Both the stage and the lights are gigantic, Moscow-large," he refers to the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest stage.
A little more time to wait
Jan Lagermand Lundme, the Show Producer of this year’s contest tells that the comparison to the Moscow stage is fair.
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"It will not be as in Moscow, but it is big at the B&W Arena. And you get excited when you walk into a room, where there are 68 metre ceilings," he said.
However, it will be still some time before the whole world will actually see it. "We would like to see it completely finished before showing it which it will be at the first Semi-Final on the 6th of May and probably before that,"Lagermand Lundme laughs.
Yesterday, the stage was shown to all the Heads of Delegations that gathered to Copenhagen to submit their entries as well as hear updates from the host broadcasters.