Sign language isn’t the sort of thing you normally associate with Eurovision. But when Sweden’s Melodifestivalen asked this dapper Swedish sign language interpreter to do sign language for Magnus Carlsson’s performance of “Möt Mig I Gamla Stan”, he clearly jumped at the chance. Now, it doesn’t matter whether Sweden’s song wins the Eurovision Song Contest because their sign language dance man has already won our hearts. Here’s hoping he gets dix points at the main event in Vienna later this year.
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