We’re pushing onto the halfway point of these Eurovision betting odds, and you’re probably starting to get an idea about the songs you like and the songs you don’t like. But what id every song you hear from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest enrages you because it’s not as good as last year? Well then, you need the official 2007 Eurovision Song Contest album. All the hits are there – Vampires Are Alive by DJ Bobo, Push The Button by Teapacks, Liubi, Liubi, I Love You by Todomondo. It’s the perfect soundtrack to the slow realisation that your life hasn’t moved on one jot in an entire year!
Here are the Eurovision betting odds for Iceland, with help from Paddy Power…
Iceland (pop. 293,291, a borderless country in the north Atlantic): Eurobandio, This Is My Life
OK, for a start – Eurobandio. Eurobandio. What the fuck were you thinking, Eurobandio? With a name like Eurobandio, just about the only way that people will vote for you is if they’re voting for who should have giant burly syringe-weilding men to come and jab poison into their necks. Second – This Is My Life? Really? Who gives a shit what your life is about? You’re called Eurobandio for cock’s sake. Plus you look an incesty brother and sister duo. Plus – and this is a big plus – This Is My Life sounds identical to what we’d imagine the hold music on gay chatlines sounds like. Not a good start, is it? We could go on and mention how rhyming ‘years’ with ‘fears’ and ‘tears’ is incredibly lazy, or how Eurobandio reminds us most of famous UK nil-pointers Jemini, but we won’t. Because, really now, Eurobandio? Current Eurovision betting odds – 33/1
Tomorrow: Ireland! But if that’s too long to wait – or you feel like making more money than you know what to do with – head right over to the Paddy Power Eurovision betting odds page to see the latest, and best, betting odds.