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Ahoy Arena - Rotterdam - 18/20/22 May 2021

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MO
Moz
Well let’s hope the UK pull out of it.
AS
AlexS
Jon posted:
No doubt he had 26 tabs open with every different outcome typed out ready to post.

Slowly closing the tabs as results were read.

No need for 26. 25 for every country except the UK gives certainty of having the winner open.
DO
dosxuk
Moz posted:
Well let’s hope the UK pull out of it.


Why? It's still an entertaining saturday night.
BR
Brekkie
Jon posted:
No doubt he had 26 tabs open with every different outcome typed out ready to post.

Slowly closing the tabs as results were read.

Well, 25. Wink
BA
bilky asko
Moz posted:
Well let’s hope the UK pull out of it.

Is that what The Scouts teach? If at first you don't succeed, spit your dummy out and go off in a strop.
KELGE, Cando and james-2001 gave kudos
JO
Josh
As Denmark's entry said herself...
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BR
Brekkie
So next year those performing really will have been smoking something.
JA
james-2001
Jon posted:
No doubt he had 26 tabs open with every different outcome typed out ready to post.

Slowly closing the tabs as results were read.

Well, 25. Wink


You weren't listening to Graham telling us how he'd do well when other country's results came in, and how he'd shoot up the list when the public vote is announced Wink
JO
Jon
Moz posted:
Well let’s hope the UK pull out of it.

But then we’ll never know what Reith looks like on Eurovision.
BR
Brekkie
Jon posted:
Moz posted:
Well let’s hope the UK pull out of it.

But then we’ll never know what Reith looks like on Eurovision.

We'll definitely win Eurovision before Reith has been rolled out completely across the BBC.
GE
thegeek Founding member
Simple subtraction of the available votes..

Indeed, I thought it must have been possible to calculate when the leader was unassailable - obviously the BBC don't want to spoil the tension.

I'm fairly sure Graham did last year.

Anyhow, is it too early to speculate on the location for next year? In the years following Dutch wins, the contest has been hosted in Hilversum, The Hague, Amsterdam, and *checks notes* London.

It's probably going to be Amsterdam, isn't it? RAI has hosted before (and will be familiar to many broadcasters - it's home to the IBC trade show), but doesn't seem as much of a music venue as it may have been in 1970. Ziggo Dome, maybe?
Last edited by thegeek on 19 May 2019 7:03am
BR
Brekkie
Or the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam.

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