Victor Crone says he was ‘disappointed’ with his Eurovision result and wants to return.

Victor Crone represented Estonia at this year’s Eurovision with the song ‘Storm’, coming in 20th place with 76 points. He has given ERR his opinion on his result and what he plans for the future.

Speaking to ERR, the Estonian National Broadcaster, Victor Crone expressed his disappointment with his Eurovision result and his possible return in the future.

“I am a little bit disappointed. I would have liked to have given Estonia a better result, be a bit higher in the leaderboard, but we ended in the middle.”

Eesti Rahvusringhääling

Continuing his interview, he stated that he was proud of his performance but that he doesn’t want to blame anyone else for his result.

“I think I had a great performance in the final. I gave it my all, the vocals were pretty good and I don’t know…I’m not blaming anyone. We had a good time, I’m going to miss all of it.”

Eesti Rahvusringhääling

To conclude, Victor expressed his hopes to return to the contest in the future, and achieve a better result.

“It was a surreal experience. I have been watching and dreaming about Eurovision ever since I was a child and I think even today there were many kids watching. Keep hold of your dreams. I made mine come true, but I want to come back in the future and reach the top 5.”

Eesti Rahvusringhääling

Don’t forget to check out Victor’s new EDM single ‘Discover’, in co-operation with Syn Cole, an Estonian DJ.

Victor Crone’s new single ‘Discovery’

Article Source: ESCXTRA

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