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What a night! I spent the evening with (almost) all my Eurovision friends from last year when a whole bunch of former Delegation Hosts and Volunteers from 2016 joined together with the OGAE Fans for a ESC party at Hard Rock Café in Stockholm.
This is it – just after midnight tonight we’ll know if Francesco Gabbani and his gorilla will bring home the crystal microphone to Italy or if anyone else will be fortunate enough to challenge him for the victory.
Last night’s Semi Final started just like the first one, with the three young white male hosts who, in some inexplicable way, are supposed to embody this year’s slogan Celebrate Diversity. Unsurprisingly, their appearance in this week’s second broadcast turned out to be just as embarrassing as the first one, in true Eurovision tradition.
It’s Thursday and time for the Second Semi Final of Eurovision 2017. Even though Sweden doesn’t have any official entry in this evening’s Semi Final we still have a lot of Swedish people to cheer for tonight.
So, this is what happened in yesterday’s Semi Final in Kyiv. The contest, whose slogan of the year is Celebrate Diversity, is hosted by three young white males. A lot of people find that quite odd. Eurovision hosts generally don’t get too much love from the fans or the viewers (if your name isn’t Petra Mede, then you become an icon).