Today is one of the best Saturday's on the calendar because love it or hate it, tonight's television is dominated by the Eurovision Song Contest and by midnight we will know which country are the top songsters and can expect hordes of brightly coloured Eurovision fans piling into their country next year as they earn the honour of hosting it.
As the contest now includes Australia and Israel it is becoming more of an international affair and after hearing all the songs i am putting my little ticks beside Israel, Norway, Czech Republic, Moldova and Germany while the bookies have the winner as Cyprus with Israel second, Ireland third, France fourth and Sweden fifth.
The UK is currently ranked 250/1 and likely to finish fourth from bottom so we shouldn't worry about clearing the diary of the O2 complex next May because we won't be walking away with the prize tonight.
So if you want to stick your money on someone the bookies are saying Cyprus but luckily we have a fool-safe system that has an impressive record of picking the winners of elections so lets ask Google who will be holding aloft the Eurovision crystal microphone and asked to sing their song again tonight.
The powers that be at Google HQ have crunched the search data and come up with a list of winners based on the countries and acts that have been searched for the most by people in participating Eurovision countries online.
Their Top Five has Israel’s Netta topping the list, then Norway, the Czech Republic, then Cyprus and Belarus rounding out the top five.
Where you want to put your fiver is for you to decide but the bookies say Cyprus while Google and i agree that you should be looking at writing Israel on your betting slip and checking flight prices to Jerusalem next year.