Oi, weren’t we supposed to have some sort of say in matters Eurovish-related?


Even back in the days when Dame Clifford Richards and Olivia Neutron Bomb and Lulu were representing Her Majesty’s United Kingdom at Eurovision – you know, when there were six countries in it and we came second every year – we still got to choose the song.

This year, however, the BBC have gone all Mubarak on our back bottoms and have unilaterally chosen not only the artist but also the song.

The artist? (obviously there should be inverted commas in there though we do have a lot of time for the boys, especially Lee. And Duncan) Blue. The song? A Blue song called ‘I Can’.

So, that’s us told!

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5 comments to “Oi, weren’t we supposed to have some sort of say in matters Eurovish-related?”

  1. Eurovish! Hurrah!

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  2. Well what a great choice, should finish with nil-points unless they drop trou. Can you imagine that Ireland could score more points with the song stylings of the incomparable Jedward twins. Save Your Kisses For Me Duncan……

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  3. Duncan and Simon should get their blouses off, exposing tatoos of the flags of all voting eastern european nations. They should tart around a bit at the front of the stage, ensuring maximum on-screen time. The other two should concentrate on not being at the front of the stage and staying out of shot. We might have a chance of winning then. They can sing what they like, it will have no bearing on the scoring.

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  4. nul points all round I feel – and I was so hoping that we’d win so that in one year we’d have to arrange the olympics, Her Brittanic Majesty’s Golden Jubilee and Eurovision!

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  5. And World Pride, Hitherqueen! Can you image?

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