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Portugal: "My dress is gonna be sexy, and it's not black!"

29 April 2014 at 12:39 CEST

On stage Suzy showed that she can indeed make people happy with her catchy song and energetic stage act. She was accompanied by two dancers, and three musicians, with two of them playing big drums placed in the back, and one playing a hand drum.

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The stage was set in the colours of the Portuguese national flag, with green and red being the dominating colours, and wind machines were being used too. Towards the end of the song, the two dancers joined Suzy walking towards the front of the stage, waving red flags.

Happy and without stress

"I'm not anxious, I'm not stressed - I'm extremely calm", Suzy told us right before her first rehearsal. "I just want to feel comfortable with the sound, with my backing vocals. That's my main goal."

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So, how does she want to convey the happy feeling of her song Quero Ser Tua? "I'm just going to smile and be happy! I will enjoy the music, and I don't have to make an effort to get a smile on my face. I want people to start dancing, and I am sure they will understand the happiness of my song even if they don't understand the lyrics."

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Suzy also revealed a little bit about her dress for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest: "It's gonna be sexy, and it's not black" - exactly what her cheerful summery song needs! And as it was shown to the cameras in the beginning of the rehearsal, we can already say that it's going to be a red dress, and a very skimpy one!

Do you like the Portuguese song and the choreography? Then don't wait - check out our video to learn the famous Suzy shake: