Britain's entry to Eurovision got off to a predictably shaky start, when Terry Wogan announced the wrong winner...
Car crash TV doesn't get much better than Eurovision, so when grandma's fave Terry Wogan is up there announcing the wrong winner you know things are as they should be.
Airline impersonators Scooch were eventually given the tickets to Helsinki, with their themed track Flying the Flag (for You,) though Wogan seemed to prefer French singer Cyndi.
Playing down the gaff this morning, Wogan reminded listeners to his Radio 2 show that "Nobody died, it's a TV programme and there's no doubt that Scooch won. We wish them well and I shall be there to cheer them on in Helsinki."
The foursome who briefly appeared in the charts back in 2000 beat off tough competition from a post-rehab Justin Hawkins, the former Atomic Kitten Liz McLaren, ex-East 17'er Brian Harvey and hip-hop collective Big Brovaz.
Proof if ever it were needed that in the fancy dress world of Eurovision a good wig and a whacky theme are more important than any connection to music what-so-ever.