The Third Pig Detective Agency

February 25, 2008

Anthropomorphs of the World Unite!

Filed under: humour,Irishblogs — thirdpig @ 12:04 pm
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Three cheers for Dustin the Turkey – a personal hero of mine.

A turkey who says it as he sees it – and, more often than not, gets away with it – Dustin has been a puppet celebrity on Irish children’s TV for years. Now he gets the opportunity to showcase his wares at the highest level (did I just say that?) when he represents Ireland at this years Eurovision Song Contest – although song and Eurovision have been mutually exclusive for a number of years now.

After Lordi’s gleeful molesting of the format two years ago with their Heavy Metal-lite entry, Dustin attempts to take the joke one step further with his entry Irlande Douze Points. Is the song any good? Frankly no – but its heart is in the right place (I think) and does exactly what it says on the tin, happily sending up all the conventions of Eurovision: Terry Wogan, Riverdance etc in an amazingly accurate parody.

If there’s any justice it will win at a canter. Go Dustin, we need you now more than ever!

And, if your stomach can take it, here’s the song in all its horrendous glory. You have been warned.

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1 Comment »

  1. Nooooooo!

    Word has it that Ireland really don’t want to win the Eurovision. If we did it would mean having to re-invent Riverdance and we all know what happened on the back of that, last time! Heaven forfend that there be another Celtic Tiger let loose on the world 😉

    Comment by Barbara — February 25, 2008 @ 7:30 pm | Reply


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