It’s time to get the Union Jacks out and the snacks and drinks in – the Eurovision Song Contest is back for its 66th year. It is also 25 years since the UK last triumphed, with Katrina and The Waves’ Love Shine A Light.
Bringing his usual dry wit to the event, Eurovision fixture Graham Norton will be flying the flag for this year’s entry, Sam Ryder’s Space Man.
And he can’t wait for the big night… What makes Eurovision special to you, Graham? I’ve always loved Eurovision but over the last few years it has become even more special.
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