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Eurovision 2018 is fast approaching and it’s not the competitors that are getting fans talking, but maybe not for the right reasons.
An eagle-eyed fan on Twitter has spotted that there’s an official list of banned items that could be confiscated and never returned if you show up at the Altice Arena with them for the grand finale on May 12, including ladders and trolleys.
You know, just your everyday going out accessories…
To be fair, the majority of items make complete sense and are similar to the ones you can’t take into most major arenas.
Still, that hasn’t stopped fans being baffled over the weirder ones.
We imagine the banned items list will apply to the Eurovision semi-finals too, which will be hosted in the UK by Rylan Clark-Neal and Scott Mills.
The duo will be on hosting duties for the preliminary rounds on BBC Four, which will take place on May 8 and May 10, and see 37 countries compete for their place in the grand final.
Graham Norton will return for the grand final on BBC One on May 12 joined by Mel Giedroyc, who continues to be a part of the Eurovision family by taking the reins as BBC Eurovision Spokesperson – delivering the result of the UK vote live from London.
SuRie will represent the UK with her power ballad ‘Storm’ after being voted as the winner of the annual Eurovision: You Decide contest.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will air its grand final on BBC One on May 12, 2018.
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