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This article was published on March 17, 2012

With “Facebook Uh Oh Oh”, San Marino clearly doesn’t want to win Eurovision this year [Video]

With “Facebook Uh Oh Oh”, San Marino clearly doesn’t want to win Eurovision this year [Video]
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The Eurovision Song Contest 2012 is almost upon us, delivering the very best (and worst) music that Europe has to offer to more than 100 million viewers all over the world.

Whilst England is rolling out Engelbert Humperdinck in an attempt to ensure it doesn’t rank bottom in the competition (again), San Marino has other, more social ideas with its new song: Facebook, Uh, Oh, Oh. (A Satirical Song).

Like Buttons? Check. Mark Zuckerberg? Check. A violation of Eurovision’s commercial terms? Almost certainly.

Anyone would think that San Marino has no intention of winning the competition, at least this year.