Eurovision: The two wackiest acts in the final - and those who didn't make it

Eurovision: The two wackiest acts in the final - and those who didn't make it

The Eurovision Song Contest is upon us again. Tonight, 25 acts will perform at the Pala Alpitour in Turin in the hope of winning your votes. The firm favourite to win is Ukraine ’s Kalush Orchestra, a folk-rap group whose track ‘Stefania’ is a dedication to hardworking mothers. The UK is currently second in the odds and is currently set to perform 22nd in the lineup, which may well be a lucky spot, given that 2019’s winner Netta also performed 22nd. Even though the UK being near the top of the odds is a rare feat, some things at Eurovision never change. The Eurovision Song Contest is still playing host to a variety of wacky acts, from Latvian environmentalists, to Georgian circus academy dropouts, to Norwegian intergalactic wolves. Here is …
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