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Eurovision is only weeks away now and organisers have announced their list of banned items which could actually be more entertaining than this year's show itself.
Organisers are banning the usual suspects like glass, firearms and cameras but they've also thrown in some totally bizarre stuff.
If you're heading to Portugal for Eurovision this year, we regret to inform you that you won't be able to bring a trolley, golf balls, ladders and helmets.
Yep, if you were planning to head straight from the supermarket to Eurovision with your trolley you're going to have to make other arrangements.
It's set to down at the beginning of May with our very own Jessica Mauboy set to take to the stage with We Got Love. Can someone please shoot her a text and tell her to leave the trolley at Woolies.
Check out the full banned list below.
Important list of banned items for the audience at #Eurovision next month. pic.twitter.com/y1WqKZFMAw
— Ellie (@ellie_made) April 24, 2018