Songwriter Pete Waterman has said in an interview this morning that he is at a loss to explain just what the European voting public was up to last night when they gave a total of only 10 points to the UK entry into the Eurovision Song Contest, meaning that, for the third time in 8 years, the UK finished last.
Just as Andy Abraham in 2008 and Jemini before him in 2003 brought up the rear, Josh Dubovie fared the same way with the Mr Waterman-penned That Sounds Good To Me - which obviously didn't to the rest of Europe.
Indeed, it sounded so bad to them, that Dubovie wept openly as judge after judge completely overlooked the pathetic song.
Speaking to the BBC earlier this week, Waterman had commented that his song was:
"a breath of fresh air, and just what the Europeans want."
Just shows you, Pete.