Serbia sung about Meghan during the Eurovision song contest
Last night, the Eurovision song contest took place and saw Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra win the contest.
Meanwhile, Meghan Markle received an unlikely shout-out at the Song Contest.
Serbia’s track “In corpore sano” from singer Konstrakta references Duchess in its opening lines – but that’s only the beginning of its hidden meaning.
Within the song’s dark and ominous beat, the lyrics in question translate as: “What could be the secret of Meghan Markle’s healthy hair? What could it be? I think it’s all about deep hydration. They say our skin and hair show it all.”
Speaking at a press conference in Turin, Konstrakta explained the song is intended in part to reflect the “disorientation” people can feel about health.
She said: “We’re all a little bit disoriented because of this great field of information offering us many, many opposite ways to be healthy. Behind all of that, there is a great field of consumption, you spend a lot of money to be healthy nowadays.
“This is really a multi-layered song, you need to read the lyrics to dive into the meanings, and you can read it in many ways.”
The Latin title of the song is a saying that translates as “a healthy mind in a healthy body”.
Konstrakta explains: “It has a dual meaning. We are so much focused on a healthy body, and in a way, maybe mind is suffering. On the other hand, this field of mental health is another field of consumption opening.”
She added: “In a way, everybody nowadays has an obsession with a healthy life, because we are living in such an atmosphere”.
So, while hidden meaning in the track that may not be immediately obvious, if you listen to the lyrics again it becomes the opening lines are intended to parody the media’s fixation on celebrity.
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