Yes, to Jess, she is a great performer/singer, good song and she will win
Yeah... She won't win. There are still plenty of people out there who say "Australia is not part of Europe" and use that as justification for their voting in Eurovision.
I’m on board with Jess. Be nice if it is not a ballad!AND..............so many of them hate each other that we are the fun choice, we are the stuff you all you bastards rebel choice - all the politics we have no part in. And our large groups of different migrants have fond rellies over there.
Also, I find it highly amusing we have sent 2 asians and 2 indigenous contestants - as far removed from Eurotrash as you can get, pretty funny
Looking at YouTube a lot of people so far are going for Israel, they definitely have the most views.
Do you like the chook chorus? I thought it sucked. The chorus is dire. Is she trans????
@Mr Stickyfingers .....did you say you have never watched/enjoyed the fun experience of Eurovision???
Please give it a go, it is such fun, and a window into fascinating cultures, you get a great travelogue kind of thing about the host country, Portugal this year.
And it is not quite as loopy as it once was, eg when Russia last hosted they had a glass swimming pool on the ceiling with people swim dancing.
And the politics are awesome, Ukraine won the previous year when Russia invaded, sensational soulful song about a previous Russian invasion,good slap in the face.
There are a lot of funny moments, and a few really good songs, and it is just a HUGE SPECTACLE
See this history of Eurovision tonight, I guarantee you will be entertained
Eurovision Top 40 Songs
SBS, 7:30pm, Sat, 5 May 2018, 120 minutes
It's the world's ultimate, crazy song competition and Australia has been watching for over 30 years. There are so many highlights in the contest's history, now it's time to decide the top 40 favourite songs. SBS Eurovision hosts Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey present the Top 40 songs from Eurovision's 60-year history with the countdown entirely voted by those who know best, Australia's Eurovision fans. A host of Australian musicians, comedians, celebrities and Eurovision fanatics discuss some of their hilarious insights about featured moments, including Richard Wilkins, Adam Liaw, Lucy Durack, Johnny Ruffo, Casey Bennetto, Michalas Banas, and featuring special instudio performances by Dami Im, Paul Capsis and Bjorn Again.
Australia, English, Entertainment, Arts & Culture, Music, Special