Saturday, February 11, 2006

IT WON'T BE THE SAME WITHOUT WOGAN. SO IT MIGHT JUST WORK.

America, America, America. After fifty years, they've decided they'd quite like a go at the Eurovision Song Contest, so they're inventing their own. With States rather than countries, of course, and NBC at the helm. And probably Ryan Seacrest or someone in place of shutthefuckup Terry Wogan.

Presumably, though, they'll do it over a few weeks, otherwise sitting through fifty songs (and possibly one from Puerto Rico) might try even the strongest patriotic buttocks.


1 comment:

eyetie said...

Oh, this is going to be so good to watch. Will there be political shenanigans (Florida suddenly falling in love with the Texan entry, Southern states refusing to give "dix points" to northern states)? Will California have a disco entry or will Arnie demand/request something more conservative?

And what about the name of the contest? Given that only US states can apply, what about "World Series Of Song"?

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