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The World’s Weirdest Song Contest

Camp, kitsch, silly, over-long, political, eccentric, bizarre and yet watched by over 180 million people worldwide

Wikicommons Public Domain — Europäische Rundfunkunion (EBU); Radiotelevisione Italiana (Rai)

Saturday 14th May 2022 was the lowlight of the music calendar across Europe. And beyond. Eurovision time.




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