The best tweets from Eurovision 2015

Graham Norton was good, but social media was even better...

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From burning pianos to Estonia’s ‘inventive’ lyrics about dogs, Eurovision was quite a spectacle – and a treat for tweeters around the world. While Graham Norton’s BBC commentary was excellent (as always), some of the funniest coverage was happening over on Twitter…

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Forget cheesy metaphors, some people wanted a literal interpretation of the Eurovision ‘message’… 

Eurovision isn’t famed for its subtle (or sensical) lyrics, but Estonia’s song was like a riddle that nobody could ever, ever solve…

Some felt that Latvia’s Love Injected wasn’t quite catchy enough, including comedian and actor Chris Addison…

Electro Velvet’s Bugsy Malone-style entry brought out a different sort of nostalgia for some viewers…

Remember when Austria set their piano on fire? 

The general feeling was that Serbia was an unsung hero…

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The man tasked with delivering Albania’s points really caught the public’s imagination…

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