The annual cheese-fest that is the Eurovision grand final is on BBC1 at 8pm on Saturday night - and it's almost 20 years since the United Kingdom last won.
It was 1997 when the British/American rock band Kartrina & the Waves took the votes with Love Shine a Light.
And who can remember Liverpool's Jemini's infamous "nul points" result in 2003?
This year's UK entry is Joe and Jake, and Graham Norton is presenting.
Like nostalgia, it's not what it used to be, yet the contest still pulls in around 200 million viewers.
Here's how Huddersfield reacted on the eve of the 61st competition.
Publicans and bar owners were fairly lukewarm.
Lynn Denton, who runs The Crown pub in Westgate, in Huddersfield town centre, said her husband Richard was a fan.
Last year, four women customers asked to watch the show in the pub.
"We put the TV on in a quiet area and they watched it."
She will be happy to do it again this year.
"If anyone wants to watch it, I will have no qualms about putting it on," she said.
At the Rope Walk pub, on Stadium Way, they won't be putting Eurovision on the box.
"The rugby's on and it's Catalans versus Huddersfield. I doubt that the people who come in will be asking for Eurovision," said a spokesman.
At The Lord Wilson on King Street, there are no plans to tune in.
A staff member, who isn't working on Saturday, said: "I won't be watching - I've not watched it since I was a child."
At Five Bar, on Cross Church Street, a member of staff admitted to not knowing that Eurovision was imminent.
"I didn't know it was on. We might stick it on in the background. It's not a big thing any more, it's fizzled out. But my mum loves it."
There wasn't much enthusiasm among a handful Twitter users who could be bothered to respond.
Tweeter @TheWinkster said it was "good clean family entertainment. A competition fought in the right spirit."