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The Eurovision song contest has once again blown the minds of the entire world; with its incredible selection of songs, outfits and bizarre banter.
Viewers in the UK enjoyed the wit of broadcaster and comedian Graham Norton as he watched the acts take to the stage, but they also had a second treat.
The subtitles on BBC live programming are always hilarious, but during Eurovision the humour is ramped up to 11.
Ah yes. Translated yodeling #Eurovision #euroviisut https://t.co/J7xydRoglU — 𝖖𝖚𝖊𝖊𝖓 𝖌𝖗𝖊𝖊𝖓 (@𝖖𝖚𝖊𝖊𝖓 𝖌𝖗𝖊𝖊𝖓)
People began to read a little too much into them.
Sometimes, the subtitles aren't there to help, they're just there for flavour.
Hhmmm. Putting the subtitles didn't really help. #Eurovision https://t.co/ahTIn9vd7f — Jonny Huntridge (@Jonny Huntridge)
#Eurovision with subtitles... https://t.co/L0UWbMrnDe — Becca J (@Becca J)
The best job? Doing the subtitles for #Eurovision. Here's Romania. https://t.co/AqZzRj5peb — Joel Gleicher (@Joel Gleicher)
When the 'singer' screeches the very words you were thinking... #Eurovision https://t.co/osWsmmvvJ2 — Becca J (@Becca J)
Meanwhile in Brussels.... President Juncker, due to language difficulties, is having to watch #Eurovision with the… https://t.co/7vzWmYK6QX — ＣｏｘｅｙＬｏｘｅy🇬🇧 (@ＣｏｘｅｙＬｏｘｅy🇬🇧)
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