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Steve Williams3,013 posts since 1 Aug 2008
It amazes me that we seem to have reached the stage that when there are gaps in the schedule, the first thought is not "there's been a cock-up and something's missing", but some bizarre conspiracy theory.

See also this cracking DigitalSpy thread for another example - https://forums.digitalspy.com/discussion/2323462/bbc2-schedule-for-saturday-2nd-feb-2019
Last edited by Steve Williams on 20 February 2020 1:30pm - 2 times in total
Lieuwe52 posts since 4 May 2018
Some exciting news about the show!

- The interval act in the final will be a medely with 8 ex-winners to celebrate the 65th anniversary. Some winners will perform live in Ahoy, but some will also perform at well-known locations in the city Rotterdam (such as the Erasmus bridge and euromast, etc). That will also be with the public, but pre-recorded. However, it must feel like it is live. Those winners who participate are: Gigliola Cinquetti (1964), Lenny Kuhr (1969), Teach In (1975), Sandra Kim (1986), Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan (1994),
Alexander Rybak (2009), Duncan Laurence (2019).

- Every show opens with images of freestyle dancers moving around the Netherlands.

- Duncan will sing a special version of 'Arcade' in the first semi final. The second semi final will be opened by breakdancer Redo.

- And about the stage.... There will be a second (transparant) LED Wall !

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digipal148 posts since 20 Nov 2008
Can't wait to see the stage in action. Is the transparent screen at the back of the arena or running down the middle? Looks like the middle to me: a bit like U2's Experience and Innocence tour
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Before The Greatest Dancer it was said Graham Norton is making an announcement after the show ? Could it be something to do with the UK entry?
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Twitter Eurovision Meltdown imminent ........................................................................ Maybe. Very Happy

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