• Sam Pang and Julia Zemiro inside the commentary booth (SBS)Source: SBS
You've heard Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang's cracking commentary throughout Eurovision - but where are their voices coming from?
By
Genevieve Dwyer, Chris Abbott

14 May 2016 - 6:45 PM  UPDATED 14 May 2016 - 6:45 PM

Julia and Sam get all the glamorous perks in Stockholm - including on very glamorous "box" in which to make their home throughout the course of the contest.

"It's really anyone's guess what we find every year in our commentary box!" says Julia.

"One year my mute button stayed on for four hours," says Sam. "And no one even noticed".

"Th first year we were here, the voting was so boring...I ate some chips and I forgot to turn my microphone off!" says Julia.

It's a high tech business really! Check out what it's really like in there in the video above. 

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