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Eurovision 2010: The Winners, The Losers And The Pictures

by | 30th, May 2010

IT’S the Eurovision live blog. Eurovision is the type of democracy that teaches the world how prejudice and glitter can mix. The stunners and the munters:

There are 25 singers and songs. Yeah, just 25. The last time Old Mr Anorak listened people sing 25 songs in a row was at the Somme to keep spirits up.

The Winners & The Losers

Band name of the night: Moldova’s Sunstroke Project & Olia Tira

Sunstroke is the legal high of choice in Moldova.

Song title of the Night: Iceland’s Je Ne Sais Quoi

When the Icelanders starts talking French you know the game is up. Having softened us up with Kerry Katona’s squirrel bites, a volcano and debt, the frozen wasters reveal themselves to be agents of France. The invasion has begun!

Best Hair: Serbia’s Milan Stankovic in a Buck Roger merkin mated with Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct).

Man Most Likely To Be Forgotten First: Tom Dice, Belgium answer to no question whatsoever.

Ringtone of The Night: Greece

Most Likely To Become An Estate Agent: Josh (UK)

Act With More Vowels Than Poland: Finland’s Kuunkuiskaajat (not in final but still…)

Deepest, Longest, Songiest Cleavage: Armenia’;s Shikira impersonator

Best blog comment:

Spain: Hey, Daniel Digres, I’mma let you finish, but ‘Puppet on a String’ is the best marionette song ever.

Winner: Germany’s Lena

Best Impression of Louis Bega’s Mambo Number 5: Germany’s Lena Meyer-Landrut


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