I don’t know when the moment was where I realised I love Eurovision, but I’m pretty sure it was back in school when I discovered Azerbaijan on the show and loved saying and spelling it. It’s now my favourite Country to use in hangman and I will pronounce and spell it for others at any given opportunities, obviously not during hangman though. I find myself funny like that. From then on, whenever I’ve been able to watch Eurovision I have. I never take note of when it’s actually going to be on, but I haven’t missed one in years.
Which is why I was beyond excited to see an opportunity to enjoy Eurovision even more by Tesco sending us a bundle of food from their World Food Selection and fancy dress items! The bundle consisted of items of food from around the different countries and although there wasn’t actually anything to make a meal out of, we headed off and bought extra for a real feast.
Tesco also sent a selection of cheesy props and fancy dress items so we could sing along and join in. Eurovision is known for being a little cheesy so we really did apprecaite these and have a great time dressing up, especially my Dad who wanted to wear everything. Along with all the fun props, we also had a bingo card to tick off as and when thinks happened, which we were flying through and then it all got a little quiet. The songs were slower and no one had a guitar solo but a drum solo instead! We made a good effort as I spotted a technical difficulty, hosts awkwardly flirting and everyone making love hearts with their hands.
We didn’t take too many photos as we were busy watching, drinking and eating. It’s also Alfie’s birthday coming up in a couple days, hence why we’re going to Rome, so I surprised him with a box of his favourite type of beer, pale ale. I’m an amazing girlfriend, I know.
Thanks again Tesco!Did you watch Eurovision? Who did you want to win?