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  • eurovision viewers: this is so rigged, countries just voting for their neighbours ugh what is this shit, so unfair
  • eurovision viewers: what the fUCK BRUH WE ARE YOUR KIN, YOUR NEXT DOOR BUDDIES, BROTHERS IN ARMS, THE 1 TO YOUR 2, AND YOU DON'T GIVE US THE 12 POINTS LIKE HOW DARE YOU THIS IS PRACTICALLY A WAR DECLARATION RN
The Best of Graham Norton Eurovision Song Contest 2016 compiled from posts of Tumblr users
  • They all come together to form one big dandelion. Because the theme this year is “Come together”. Wish I was in the bathroom
  • This is Freddie, he’s representing Hungary. You mustn’t worry about Freddie because if he doesn’t do well tonight, he’s always got that hotel management degree
  • It comes with a giant hoop. Sometimes it lights up. Sometimes it doesn’t. It's temperamental like that.
  • Well that was tense. That many indoor fireworks and that amount of hairspray. Never a good idea
  • she’s got some light up knee pads, which is handy for gardening at night i’d imagine
  • Now forgive me, ladies and gentlemen, I may be just an old grumpy man… but there’s not a single thing about her that doesn’t annoy me.
  • Enjoy that smile, it’s the last one you’ll see from him
  • That’s one of the things that we love about Eurovision: that it defies all logic
  • The band are in cages. I’m not sure who it’s protecting; them, or the audience.
  • Something for everyone, Eurovision 2016
  • He has brought with him, all the way from Lithuania, a mini trampoline. See if you can spot it. It gets minimal use.
  • His song was called “Love is Blind”. And he wore a blindfold. Do you see?
  • This lady is a tree hugger
  • I feel the backing dancers may be in some sort of witness protection programme
  • I have a feeling she lost some weight after she bought this dress
  • If that’s not enough, he has a bakery for dogs called Poodle Strudel .Kitchen sink, please. They really threw everything at that
  • Don’t worry about Barei, she does a nasty fall in the middle of this, but it’s intentional. Unless it’s not
  • He deserves points for singing while climbing a wall.
  • He’s hoping to open an alternative music school… whatever that may be…
  • Oh, she’s checking the bump. And checking her water. Making sure that’s not the water she’s walking on
  • I hope Steven Hawking can explain how that was only 3 minutes
  • And given the graphics that are available they are doing things that looked embarrassing in 1977
  • Well, that was tense. That number of fireworks with that amount of hairspray? Never a good idea.
  • Looks like the Hunger Games
  • And I’ll see you next week, next year I mean, in Kiev.
  • It’s like he’s almost surprised when the camera goes to him. It happens every year.
  • We nearly lost her.  That would be awful - for her to win then break her leg.  That would be awkward.
  • Euronerds are going to have a field day analysing this.
  • Okay, that’s irrelevant. Extraordinary, but irrelevant
  • Great, couldn’t get a dog sitter?
  • Is that a fountain or is that a hydrant exploding
  • This isn’t a dating show.
  • Does he have a bowtie on? He does! This would be a great new drinking game. Bowtie Alert
  • Well we’re on the left hand side of the board ladies and gentlemen, take a picture!
  • A lot of people wondering if they can vote for the American entrant. Just a reminder, Justin Timberlake is a special guest, he hasn’t fallen on hard times.
  • Eurovision is the Superbowl of Europe
  • You can get your friends from other countries to vote for us

The day after Eurovision always feels like a hangover day even if there wasn’t any drinking involved. You just wake up feeling weird and confused with a touch of regret on your mind. But still, the main feeling is sadness that the greatest party of the year is over.

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A short sketch from the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, in which Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi appear as Stuart and Freddie.

What I want for Eurovision 2017

-No more political jury voting
-Less confusing Televoting
-Let the countries give 8, 10, 12 points again not just 12
-Less mainstream songs
-Less ballads that all sound the same
-More individual, unique, creative, funny, trashy, weird, impressive singers, songs and performances that you’ll remember
-Please Germany don’t be embarrassing again