Eurovision Set For Record Breaking Year, UK Probably Still Won’t Win

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eurovision1 Eurovision Set For Record Breaking Year, UK Probably Still Wont Win

The Eurovision Song Contest may have about as much credibility as Nick Clegg did going into the general election, but it is still something we love to watch and mock every single year, and an expected record breaking audience of 200 million obviously agree.

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This time round, Italy, Russia and Sweden are the favourites ahead of the 60th annual sing off that will take place in Vienna, and it even includes Australia (go figure).

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eurovosion Eurovision Set For Record Breaking Year, UK Probably Still Wont Win

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David De Gea’s girlfriend, Edurne Garcia, is the Spanish entry priced at 66/1 so probably isn’t expecting as much personal acclaim as her boyfriend has managed to get this season, and let’s be honest, we don’t hold out much hope for the UK’s entrant, Electro Velvet, either what with the political voting.

Thank God for Graham Norton’s sarcasm. At least we have that.


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