With anticipation for Eurovision 2015 reaching fever pitch – at least in some circles – last weekend the BBC broadcast a gay extravaganza celebrating 60 years of camp
Highlights included the banter between Norton and co-host Petra Mede, Brotherhood of Man rocking 1973 UK winner Save All Your Kisses For Me, 1984 Swedish classic Diggi-Loo -Diggi-Lee (translation: Diggi-Loo -Diggi-Lee) and Saint Johnny Logan doing a medley of his three winners for Ireland.
However, the moment a huge gay black hole opened up was at the very end when Dana International and Conchita Wurst stepped onto the stage singing Abba's Waterloo.
Watch the 1984 winner at 13 minutes, 1973 at 29 minutes, Johnny Logan at 1:24 minutes and Conchita/Dana explode history at 1:27 minutes, AFTER THE JUMP…
The Eurovision 2015 final takes place on May 23rd and this year includes special guest Australia.