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Facebook verses from San Marino's song for Eurovision banned from competition

"Facebook, uh oh oh/ Everybody loves you so/ Facebook, uh oh oh/ Everybody lets you know," Valentina sings in her song representing San Marino at the Eurovision Song Contest, Baku 2012.

Valentina Monetta's satirical song titled Facebook (Uh, Oh Oh), representing San Marino at the Eurovision Song Contest this year may be banned from the competition if the singer won't remove the lyrics referring to the giant social media Facebook.

The European Broadcasting Union, which runs and regulates the singing contest in Europe, has recently given San Marino a deadline until Friday, March 23 to remove the lines from the song or to submit another one, an entirely new one. Valentina's song sings a story about a person who compulsively logs on to Facebook and continues describing some awkward situations she encounters with members of the opposite sex. "Do you wanna be more than just a friend? Do you wanna play cyber-sex again?" she sings, beforer adding: "If you wanna come to my house, then click me with your mouse."

The pan-European singing competition takes place from May 22 until May 26th in baku, Azerbaijan, following Azerbaijan's win last year with Ell/Nikki's song Running Scared. Watch below San Marino's Eurovision Song Contest Facebook (Uh, Oh Oh).



 
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