We loved the Russian grannies on Eurovision, but it was Loreen's thickly cut fringe that gave us euphooooooooria
Who knew a beauty moment would be captured on the Eurovision Song Contest of all events? No, we don't mean the Russian grannies (although they looked great for a combined age of approximately 900). It was Swedish contestant Loreen's luscious locks that grabbed our attention. Thick, dark and shiny, they deserved all the 372 points she was awarded (OK, the popularity of her Euro-pop anthem, which has already made No 1 in several countries, helped a bit). Poor old Engelbert Humperdinck, expected to do so well with his European following, didn't stand a chance.
First Abba, now this? Seems like Eurovision and Sweden go together as wonderfully as Jedward and a grenade.