- 28th March: Chortle Awards names Legends Of Lockdown
- 2 (1 series)
- Tom Taylor
- Tom Taylor, Rob Deering, Justin Edwards, Lucy Porter, Nicola Dempsey, Rosie Dempsey, Divina de Campo, Joe Stilgoe and others
- Stuart Laws and Tom Taylor
The alternative to the Eurovision Song Contest... it's the very first Isolation Song Contest.
The cancellation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 left a continentally huge cultural gap but comedian and 'Eurovizh' fan Tom Taylor asked fourteen friends from the world of entertainment - including comedy, music and drag - to help him recreate the magic of the Eurovision Song Contest from the safety of their own homes.
After being randomly assigned a country, each act was given one week to compose a Eurovision-style entry which "captures the spirit of that nation".
The money raised from the project is going to charity.
Sweden: Rob Deerkoping - Sweden Leads The World (Rob Deering).
Iceland: Flo og Joan - Rusinan i Pylsuendanum (Flo & Joan).
Australia: DDC - Half A World Away (Divina de Campo).
Belgium: Didier De Dos - Make Me Famous (Joe Stilgoe).
United Kingdom: Benedict Bartholomew - Swings And Roundabouts (Måns Zelmerlöw).
Norway: Glamrou the ViQueen - A Town Called Hell (Glamrou).
Finland: Niko Helvetin Helm - Finnish Me (Nick Helm).
Italy: Melania - Non Vedo L'Ora (Mel Giedroyc).
North Macedonia: Eklipse - No Sun, No Fun, No Problem (Josie Long with Jonny & The Baptists).
France: Jacques Souffle - Vive Le Cliche! (Kevin Eldon).
Spain: Eduardo Maldonado Castellano De La Cruz - Te Amo Espana (Neil Hannon from The Divine Comedy).
- Production company
- Laugh track
- First broadcast
- Saturday 2nd May 2020 on YouTube
- Last new broadcast
- Saturday 23rd May 2020 on YouTube