‘What is happening’ starts trending in the UK as nation shares shock over Eurovision success

‘What is happening’ starts trending in the UK as nation shares collective shock over Eurovision success following years of ‘nul points’

Eurovision viewers frantically took to social media to share their collective shock over the United Kingdom’s success following years of ‘nul points’.

The UK stormed to the top of the jury leaderboard at Saturday’s final Eurovision Song Contest after Sam Ryder represented the nation.

The 32-year-old left viewers impressed with his incredible rendition of Space Man and saw him earn a staggering 283 votes from the jury.

Wow! Eurovision viewers frantically took to social media to share their collective shock over the United Kingdom’s success following years of ‘nul points’

It marked quite the change from recent years, when the UK has earned ‘nul points’ and performed poorly in the jury and public vote. 

Responding to their success, Sam Ryder gushed: ‘Thank you so much… there’s so much gratitude sitting around in this green room… what an experience.’

And viewers were equally as shocked, as ‘what is happening’ began trending on Twitter as the nation couldn’t believe the UK received so many voters.

One person penned: ‘I love the fact that WHAT IS HAPPENING is trending because the whole of the UK is collectively losing their minds about us not being complete pariahs in #Eurovision.’

Thrilled: The UK stormed to the top of the jury leaderboard at Saturday's final Eurovision Song Contest after Sam Ryder represented the nation

Thrilled: The UK stormed to the top of the jury leaderboard at Saturday’s final Eurovision Song Contest after Sam Ryder represented the nation

Another wrote: ‘FRANCE GAVE THE UK 12 POINTS? WHAT IS HAPPENING?! IS EVERYONE OK? #Eurovision’

A third added: ‘What is happening????? did we somehow end up in the multiverse?? why is everyone giving the uk points??’

And a fourth said: ‘I DON’T KNOW WHAT IS HAPPENING, BUT I’M LIVING!!! #UnitedKingdom #EUROVISION.’

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