How can you not LOVE Eurovision? If you don’t this post probably isn’t for you (also, we can’t be friends).
Part of the joy for me is that the sones I love never seem to do very well.
Eurovision 2016 saw a new results revelation system that no onequite understood but provided a great twist at the end.
Ukraine were victorious pipping Australia to the post at the last minute with their politically charged number 1944.
I know, I know, you’re thinking exactly what everyone’s thinking – why the fuck are Australia now competing? That’s an answer I’m simply not qualified to give. Soz. To be quite honest I don’t even thing Graham Norton (side-note – GN had such amazing sass this year) knows.
So the results are here. But if I had my way this is who’d have been top 5 and why.
The song sounded like it’d be okay on the radio and I liked their guitar playing.
I fancied their entry. I’m sorry, I never said this list was impartial, it’s literally anything but.
3. United Kingdom
So they borrowed 2 of 1 Direction. It wasn’t our worst entry ever and it was very okay in my eyes.
The song and the staging were wow, as were her dungarees which I still wish I’d got married in.
Hans is Sweden’s answer to Justin Beiber. What a cutie and he’s only 17. Plus I liked the song.
Who got your vote?