Eurovision 2019 has kicked off in style, but viewers think the UK has no chance of winning it this year thanks to an unfortunate line-up placement.
Our entry Michael Rice performed his catchy track Love Shine A Light directly before Iceland's act Hatari sang their song Hatred Will Prevail.
The band performed in kinky BDSM-inspired costumes that featured lots of leather and incorporated a giant cage in their set, which was apparently meant to be symbolic.
Hatred Will Prevail defied Eurovision bosses with its overtly political lyrics, which warned the continent is on the brink of moral bankruptcy and is sure to collapse.
Now UK Eurovision fans are worried that our entry will be overshadowed by the quirky act.
One tweeted: "I feel bad for whichever country performed before Iceland, they have been instantly forgotten.
"Oh, wait. That was us – the UK."
"Does being followed by Iceland help or hinder the uk?!" another questioned
A third agreed: "Feel very sorry for the lad from the UK being the meat in a Norway/Iceland sandwich ."
This year’s ceremony takes place tonight (Saturday May 18) in Tel Aviv due to Israel winning the singing competition last year.
It's already been an eventful ceremony with questionable lyrics , dodgy miming and even crying on stage .
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