Buckle up, Eurovision fans! WRS is calling, and the world is picking up with his infectious hit “Llámame.”

This isn’t just another pop banger—it’s a sizzling slice of sonic joy wrapped in a rainbow flag, served with a side of sass and a choreography that will have you twirling in your living room.

So, grab your glitter and your highest hopes, because we’re about to deep-dive into a song that’s got more hooks than a pirate convention and a performance that’s still got us all saying, “Hola mi bebebe.”

Get ready to fall in love all over again—or for the very first time—as we explore what makes “Llámame” the Eurovision earworm that’s impossible to ignore.

Let’s turn the volume up and let the analysis begin!

This is the Eurovision Corgi review of “Llámame” by WRS for Eurovision 2022.

Who Is WRS?

WRS, whose real name is Andrei-Ionuț Ursu, is a multifaceted Romanian artist whose talents span singing, songwriting, and dancing.

He first stepped into the spotlight as a dancer, sharing the stage with Romanian pop icons and showcasing his dynamic performance skills. His artistic career is marked by a passion for music and a dedication to his craft that can be felt in every beat and lyric he produces.

With a background that includes performing on stage as a dancer, WRS brings a unique energy and charisma to his musical performances, which is evident in his Eurovision entry “Llámame.”

His experience as a beatmaker and performer has allowed him to develop a keen sense for creating engaging and memorable music that resonates with a wide audience. Meanwhile, his ability to blend different genres into his music, as well as his on-stage experience, makes him a standout artist and an excellent choice to represent Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest.

The song “Llámame” itself is a wonderful testament to his versatility and appeal, combining contemporary pop with Latin rhythms to create a track that’s both fresh and infectious.

WRS’s journey to the Eurovision stage was no small feat. It reflects his growth as an artist and his commitment to leaving a mark on the international music scene.

By representing Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, WRS didn’t just perform a song; he shared a piece of his artistry and cultural heritage with the world, offering a performance that was both authentic and captivating.

WRS was not just a good representative for Romania at Eurovision but an exceptional one, carrying the spirit and creativity of his homeland to audiences across the globe.

Song Analysis – “Llámame”

“Llámame” is a vibrant anthem of love, acceptance, and the courage to be true to oneself.

The lyrics speak to the universal experience of feeling different and the fear of being rejected for who you are. The opening lines immediately set the stage for a narrative that many in the LGBT community can relate to—a story of struggle and the desire to keep one’s head above the waves of societal judgment.

The recurring question, “What if they’re gonna find out?” echoes the anxiety of being discovered, of a love that might not be widely accepted.

Yet, the song is defiant, with a chorus that beckons a loved one to call out and connect, undeterred by the fear of discovery. The repetition of “Hello, my baby-by” and “Call me, call me” is a catchy and bold invitation to maintain the bond despite the challenges.

At its core, “Llámame” is a celebration of love’s unstoppable force, a call to show the world the truth without hiding. It’s a powerful message to anyone who has ever felt the need to conceal their true self or their love.

WRS sings of love as a force that cannot be contained or dictated by others, and this resonates deeply within the LGBT context, where the right to love freely and openly has been a hard-fought battle.

The bridge of the song brings a sense of intimacy and protection, as WRS promises to keep his loved one safe and sound, highlighting the deep connection and love that exists. The lyrics “I feel complete, all I need is your mystic touch” underscore the profound impact of acceptance and the transformative power of love.

“Llámame” is not just a dance hit; it’s a beacon of hope and a testament to the strength of love in the face of adversity. It’s a reminder that love is worth fighting for and that being true to oneself is the ultimate act of bravery.

WRS delivers this message with an electrifying energy that inspires listeners to embrace who they are, love without fear, and dance to the rhythm of their own truth.

Overall Impression

WRS is a remarkably talented performer, and this was crystal clear during his performance on the Eurovision stage in Turin. He is the epitome of an artist dedicated to his craft, pouring his heart and soul into every moment of his performance.

Furthermore, his openness to feedback is commendable, and it’s evident that he took every piece of advice to heart, fine-tuning his act to ensure “Llámame” sparkled at its brightest. The continuous evolution of his performance is a testament to his commitment to excellence and his desire to captivate the audience with every note and move.

The song “Llámame” itself is an absolute delight, brimming with fun and bursting with an infectious chorus that you can’t help but sing along to—especially with the catchy hook of “Hola mi bebebe.”

But the true enchantment lies in witnessing WRS’s live performance.

The fusion of his impressive vocal prowess with the truly wonderful choreography elevates the track to new heights, transforming it into a full-bodied spectacle that engages both visually and musically.

Between WRS and Spain’s Chanel, it was so fun seeing such vibrant Latin vibes filling the stage at the Grand Final!

“Llámame” may not be a song that seeks to revolutionize the Eurovision formula, but it doesn’t need to. Instead, it delivers exactly what fans of the contest love: a danceable tune, a feast for the eyes, and a melody that lingers long after the performance has ended.

It’s a song that embodies the essence of Eurovision—unabashed joy, vibrant staging, and a chorus that sticks in your mind.

And that’s precisely why, years on, “Llámame” continues to hold its grip on me, reminding us all of the sheer exuberance and spectacle that is the Eurovision Song Contest.

While there’s no shortage of strong (though often underrated…) Romanian entries in Eurovision history, “Llámame” stands tall among the best!

WRS – “Llámame” – Lyrics (Original)

Knew that I was different than the others
They never liked you
Try to keep my head above the water
But you’re makin’ it so hard to

What if they’re gonna find out?
Nobody’s gonna like it
We get away
Need you to stay
What if they’re gonna find out?
Nobody’s gonna like it
We get away
Need you to stay

Hola, mi bebé-bé
Hola, mi bebé-bé
Llamame, llamame
Llamame, llamame
Hola, mi bebé-bé
Hola, mi bebé-bé
Llamame, llamame
Llamame, llamame
(Hola, mi bebé)

Love cannot be stopped by anybody
‘Cause it’s so true
I show it to the world, ’cause I won’t hide it
Are you down to believe in sins too?

What if they’re gonna find out?
Nobody’s gonna like it
We get away
Need you to stay
What if they’re gonna find out?
Nobody’s gonna like it
We get away
Need you to stay

Hola, mi bebé-bé
Hola, mi bebé-bé
Llamame, llamame
Llamame, llamame
Hola, mi bebé-bé
Hola, mi bebé-bé
Llamame, llamame
Llamame, llamame
(Hola, mi bebé)

And when you say my name
My world’s crumbling
I feel complete, all I need is your mystic touch
And what about it now?
I’ll keep you safe and sound
We’re ѕo in love

Hola, mi bebé-bé
Llamame, llamame
Llamame, llamame
Hola, mi bebé-bé
Hola, mi bebé-bé
Llamame, llamame
Llamame, llamame
(Hola, mi bebé)

Le-le-le le-le-le-le
Llamаme, bebé-bé

WRS – “Llámame” – Lyrics (English)

Knew that I was different than the others
They never liked you
Try to keep my head above the water
But you’re makin’ it so hard to

What if they’re gonna find out?
Nobody’s gonna like it
We get away
Need you to stay
What if they’re gonna find out?
Nobody’s gonna like it
We get away
Need you to stay

Hello, my baby-by
Hello, my baby-by
Call me, call me
Call me, call me
Hello, my baby-by
Hello, my baby-by
Call me, call me
Call me, call me
(Hello, my baby)

Love cannot be stopped by anybody
‘Cause it’s so true
I show it to the world, ’cause I won’t hide it
Are you down to believe in sins too?

What if they’re gonna find out?
Nobody’s gonna like it
We get away
Need you to stay
What if they’re gonna find out?
Nobody’s gonna like it
We get away
Need you to stay

Hello, my baby-by
Hello, my baby-by
Call me, call me
Call me, call me
Hello, my baby-by
Hello, my baby-by
Call me, call me
Call me, call me
(Hello, my baby)

And when you say my name
My world’s crumbling
I feel complete, all I need is your mystic touch
And what about it now?
I’ll keep you safe and sound
We’re ѕo in love

Hello, my baby-by
Call me, call me
Call me, call me
Hello, my baby-by
Hello, my baby-by
Call me, call me
Call me, call me
(Hello, my baby)

Le-le-le le-le-le-le
Call me, bаby-by

Final Thoughts – “Llámame”

And there we have it, folks—the final note in our symphony of praise for WRS’s “Llámame.”

From its heart-thumping beats to its rainbow-colored message of love, this Eurovision hit proves that some tunes just stick like glitter to a drag queen’s wardrobe.

Now it’s your turn to chime in! Slide into the comments and tell us your take. Did “Llámame” have you at “Hola,” or are you still waiting for that call to musical euphoria?

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