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Old 05-27-2012, 12:27 AM
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Ok, It's all over for another year!!

And guess what, the UK came LAST BUT ONE with a massive 12 points!!!!!! Poor Englebert, he actually sung his song superbly well and it deserved a far higher score.

A win for Sweden with a massive 358 points I think.

It doesn't matter who the UK pick as our entry we will not be voted for because of politics, it's as simple as that.

Jedward didn't do as well this year but they still got 50-60 points

Russian Grannies came second

It's a complete farce, but I love it
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Old 05-27-2012, 12:40 AM
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bet hammersmith would have been a better night...........lol
Toss up eurovision or planet of the apes i let you gess which one won.....lmao
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Old 05-27-2012, 01:02 AM
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bet hammersmith would have been a better night...........lol
Toss up eurovision or planet of the apes i let you gess which one won.....lmao
Yes, Hammersmith would have been a far better option

Mr Lordi did appear though to give out Finlands voting points, in full costume
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noticed a comment early in the show by Graham Norton. The backstage talk was about who could afford to stage the final. Russia and, suprise, suprise, Sweden were up for the next one!

Felt a bit sorry for Enge, but surely his people would have known the score re the UK and voting patterns?

Bit of a no-win thing or what? Still I expect it'll put bums on seats for his upcoming shows.

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Old 05-27-2012, 02:17 PM
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noticed a comment early in the show by Graham Norton. The backstage talk was about who could afford to stage the final. Russia and, suprise, suprise, Sweden were up for the next one!

Felt a bit sorry for Enge, but surely his people would have known the score re the UK and voting patterns?

Bit of a no-win thing or what? Still I expect it'll put bums on seats for his upcoming shows.

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Thoroughly agree with you on that one. The Swedish entry had already been plugged to death round Europe and had hit number 1 in several countries so that was probably the plan all along. I also note Graham Norton's comment about the Greek Finance Minister desperately watching his TV in the hope that Greece WOULDN'T win. That made me giggle.
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