You may at all times depend on the Eurovision Song Contest to present us loads of surreal performances and bonkers songs, however this yr’s contest contains a first: a tune referencing Meghan Markle.
Or Meghan’s hair, to be exact.
Serbia’s entry, In Corpore Sano (which is Latin for “wholesome physique”), carried out by Konstrakta, opens with the road: “What might be the key of Meghan Markle’s wholesome hair?”.
Effectively, all of us wish to know, proper?
The tune continues to deal with the significance of hydration, and the way under-eye circles are supposedly linked to liver misery, clearly.
“The artist is meant to be wholesome. God grant us well being,” she sings within the refrain.
Ahhh, Eurovision. By no means change.
Talking concerning the lyrical reference to Meghan, Konstrakta said: “Meghan Markle isn’t that necessary right here, however she’s consultant of all these folks within the media that we’re targeted on.
“She hasn’t contacted me but, however I’d like for her to listen to it. It is a tune concerning the ambiance wherein we’re residing, which has put well being as the best worth.”
The singer has also been quoted as saying: “Meghan can be exiled, and we assist exiled folks.”
The subsequent Eurovision semi-final takes place on 12 Could, whereas the grand closing is on Saturday 14 Could at 8pm on BBC One and iPlayer.