Ahh, Eurovision. It’s awful, but it makes awfully good television. I’ll be keeping up my trend of the last few years of watching it with pizza and friends and keeping score as I go along.
Previously, I chose my favourites primarily on headwear (Moldova were clear winners last year) but this time I’m following the lead of my friend Alex and going by Robot Wars rules, as he started last year:
I’m scoring each act as they used to on Robot Wars – marks for style, damage and aggression #eurovision
— Alex Bilbie (@alexbilbie) May 14, 2011
Keen Robot Wars fans will note he missed out control, but we’ll let it slide this time
So, if you want to play along like that – I’ve made a Eurovision score card you can print off for tonight! It’s got all the songs and criteria, and just choose how you want to fill it in. I’d say do each out of five and add it up.
How you define ‘damage’ is also up to you.
So, click here to download the score card, and print it off so you can enjoy Eurovision with a touch of Robot Wars.
Obviously, thanks to Alex for the idea.
P.S. If you’ve come here via Google looking for an actual card, check out the Eurovision website.