Britain was described as a disgrace after presenter Amanda Holden bragged that she saw no difference between saying hello in French and Dutch when she sang in the Eurovision Song Contest final.
He made coffee on the last night of the competition in Rotterdam when he was set to judge the decision of the English jury.
When he came from London to address the audience and international participants of the show, he said, “Boone Sauer, Coedenavand. It’s a good evening in French and Dutch. But I don’t know about that.”
England came last in the league for the second time in a row, and as a result, they restored their influence in many parts of the world.
Seas: “Everyone hates England”: Twitter response to Eurovision’s conclusion
“I think it is funny to say that English Nile Points and Amanda Holden do not know the difference between the French and Dutch truth,” Fiona Hislop wrote on Twitter.
Freedom Fighter said in response to Highslope: “Scotland is being withdrawn by the association, we should have freedom and show our culture on the world stage. Yes, that’s very embarrassing.”
“When Amanda Holden said two words in two different languages and she laughed about it, how did people ask about the last time she came and said they didn’t understand the language she spoke? To be disrespectful,” Thea Butler wrote on Twitter this morning.
The competition was won by the Italian band Maneskin
Another observer noted the difference between Holden and a Greek boy who presented his country’s court of arbitration in fluent English.
Ryan Lotto tweeted: “The 10-year-old Eurovision 2021 Greek spokesperson understands several languages better than Amanda Holden …”
Linguist Dr. Claire Hardacker wrote on Twitter this morning: “Well, yesterday the Eurovision Song Contest stopped due to the linguistic controversy.
“Amanda Holden came to England,” Boone Sawyer said. Navond Kuwait. It was a beautiful evening in French and Dutch.
“It’s safe to say that he topped the popular list this morning and received a very negative response. Why?
Well, people have indicated that if you don’t know the languages of your continental neighbors, you will happen to be lonely and ignorant.
“Others appear to me in the same way as foreigners do strangers”, as a racist from our distant past, the “foreign party” based in the United Kingdom on colonial notions of exclusion deserves to be understood or studied.
“I have already indicated that ideas of linguistic superiority are deeply rooted in racism, classicism, skill, etc., but this ignorance (wrong?) Appears weakly in the continental competition to bring European nations together to celebrate.
Instead of coming up with a strange “me, me” joke (which may be stressful anyway), many British viewers have entered the sofa expecting to be seen as a microcosm of the lonely mentality.
Scott Lea Francetti was referring to Holden’s ignorance.
‘I’m dying a little bit. I hope to be better with other languages, but * I’m trying. Why blatant ignorance is acceptable?
Viewers took to Twitter to point out the unpopularity of England after her recent tournament.
James Newman scored zero points after performing the song Embers.
For the second time in a row, England ended the match without points.
Italian Bob Rock Maneskin won last night when France finished second in a match in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Other great performances came from Switzerland, Iceland, Russia and Lithuania.
People watching Scotland and the UK found that England reflected its unpopularity among the other 25 participating countries as a result of the competition.
Journalist Leslie Ritouche wrote on Twitter this morning: “Eurovision confirms life as always. Bad Italian silicon broke well. Iceland was happy and calm. The numbers in France / Switzerland were lower. Brexit is clearly not Johnny now. Okay.”
Scottish filmmaker Phantom Power wrote on Twitter: “This is the most political Eurovision competition with millions of votes. England is clearly hated all over the continent. What does this look like to you in Scotland? ”
Holyrood Murray Futay, SNP Communications chief, referred to the Brexit competition scenario.
He tweeted: “Points of wire, it’s like a Liz Truss deal.”
Journalist James Dolman tweeted, “Britain came out of the crowd with zero points,” adding, “Now I apologize for this poor thing.”
Actor Dan Stevens, who played Russian rival Alexander Limitov in the Eurovision movie, borrowed from his character in the movie.
Stevens tweeted, “It’s hot,” quoting Limito in the hit movie, “He’s so good, but everyone hates England, so there’s no point.”
Journalist Adam Ramsay tweeted: #Scotland # I look forward to getting our right place on the Eurovision platform. That would be awesome. ”
Jack O’Neill tweeted, “Independent Scotland will win the Eurovision competition.”
Italy – 524
France – 499
Switzerland – 432
The Island – 378
Ukraine – 364
Finland – 301
Malta – 255
Lithuania – 220
Russia – 204
Hellas – 170
Bulgaria – 170
Portugal – 153
Moldova – 115
Sweden – 109
Serbia – 109
Cyprus – 94
Israel – 93
Norway – 75
Belgium – 74
Azerbaijan – 65
Albania – 57
San Marino – 50
Netherlands – 11
Spain – 6
Germany – 3
United Kingdom – 0
“Infuriatingly humble travel fanatic. Passionate social media practitioner. Amateur writer. Wannabe problem solver. General food specialist.”