guten tag scott & sara ! douze points already to the bbc for gettin' you both involved - looking forward to the semi final already where we will both be watching with our specially wooden construction old school style scoreboard in liverpool :) neil and colin off of the colin & neil show
Hi Scott and Sara, will be watching the semi-final with my dog Jinks, who loves her Turkey!!!!!!!!!! Send good luck wishes to my friend Sam who has Croatia in the sweepie at work cos I think she will need it! Love Albania but cannot wait till the next semi for the greastest song ever I LOVE BELARUS!Moe and Jinks (the dog)
Please shout out a hi to Tony & Roz in Poole and Iain & Karen in Plymouth, we'll all be watching the semi-finals whilst comparing notes and sharing comments via messenger. Building up to the big night on Saturday when Iain and Karen will join us in Poole for our annual Eurovision Party - flags, food and drink from participating countries, scorecards, quiz and more. Can't wait!
Hi Scott and Sara Please could you give Pad and Laurence Dartmouth a shout out - having a mini eurovion party tonight. On Thursday we'll be watching on a tiny hotel tv screen (hopefully!!) en route to Dusseldorf - Saturday night we'll be in the arena cheering on Blue!! go UK!!!
We'll be watching the first semi final instead of revising for our neuroscience exam tomorrow, cheering on Hungary, Albania and Iceland. Putting the revision into eurovision! Patrick, Pia, Ryan and Christian in Edinburgh
Hola and buenas noches from Spain, please can you give a big shout out to Dan and Aoife. We're watching the semi-final in Santiago de Compostela, Spain and want to say hi to all our friends and family at home. PS we'll be voting for Blue on Saturday!!!!!!!!!!!
Hi Scott and Sara, hope you are enjoying the show, can you give a shout-out to my friend Leona please? After 4 years of going on and on about the Eurovision song contest I have finally got her to watch it!
Hi Scott and Sara!Have a fantastic time tonight. I'll be watching tonight with lots of Eurovision fans in Retro bar in central London - please give all of us a mention!My ones to watch tonight are Malta, Hugary and Azerbaijan.Viel Spass! (Have fun!)Ant
Hiya Scott & SaraCan't wait to hear you both commentating tonights show. Can you give a massive shout out to my wife, Natasha, who is a massive fan of eurovision and we have recently just had out 12 week scan for our first child. So a massive shout out would really make her day. Loves you. High 5Chris from Newport
Heyy Scott & Sara!Cant wait find out who gets through tonight, having a big eurovision party with food and drinks from the countries involved! hope Russia get through, we need vodka for the final on saturday!from Ed and Gem... Stoke X
Hi Sara and Scott. My son Jack McLean is 11 years old and is a year round fan of Eurovision. He knows every fact about the contest there is to know! I would love to surprise him with a mention as we watch the semi-final together in Dundee. We both loved Norway's entry and they looked like they were having fun on stage. Good luck to Blue from us both!!
Hiya Scoxy :) Loved your work on Tuesday and can't wait til tonight! I'd love a shout-out to Matt & Gaz and the cats please (Samson, Hercules, Bo & Oscar - is that camp enough?) Ta muchly m'dears :) We're also having our 'Bleurovision' Final party on Saturday and you'll be pleased to know that everyone has to come as a racial stereotype - the offensive theme will be 'Cabaret' if you get my drift... :)
Please give a massive shout out to the Clock Inn in South Normanton, Ed the landlord has allowed us to watch both Semi-finals there and we're hosting the first big Eurovision party in the village on Saturday in there. It would make our Eurovision week spesh.... Cheers Craig and Danie x
The Eurovision Song contest 2022 will air on the BBC this May. Check out the full list of Eurovision winners and how many times the UK has won Eurovision here. If you're looking for something to watch tonight, check out our TV Guide.
Eurovision will be broadcast on BBC One this weekend, with the grand final airing on Saturday at 8pm, two days after the second half of the semi-final, which screens tonight (20 May) at 8pm on BBC Four.
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