Language crossover isn’t the only controversy to dog the Eurovision Song Contest over the years. There are the inevitable political dramas that can underscore the famously outrageous celebration of kitsch. This year’s contest takes place in Moscow from May 12-14 and there are at least two big controversies brewing – one involving the country of Georgia, and the other Israel. Joining us on the phone to discuss these is Elisabeth Vincentelli
, theater critic of the New York Post, and a connoisseur of Eurovision.