Michael Rice finished in last place at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Another sad tale fort he BBC and the United Kingdom in the contest. When will the nation change their game plan? The first aftermath of the bad result in Tel Aviv does not give the English fans a lot of hope for better…Read More
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2019 Eurovision Reviews – United Kingdom
Since included in the Big 5, the United Kingdom has really struggled to make an impact at the contest, rarely breaking into the Top 10. Over the last four years, no less than three of those times have resulted in 24th place for the UK and it begs the question, how can the nation improve…Read More
United Kingdom: Michael Rice releases Official Music Video
Earlier in the Eurovision national final season, it was decided that Michael Rice would be representing the United Kingdom at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest with the song Bigger Than Us. The official video for the entry has now been released, and Michael dedicates the video to ‘anyone who has ever felt or been told…Read More
London Eurovision Party: Here are the confirmed performers!
This year marks the 12th year of the London Eurovision Party, and we have seen the Party grow in popularity with both the fans and the participants. This year’s London Eurovision Party will take place at the iconic venue, Café de Paris on Sunday the 14th of April. Here are the confirmed participants from the…Read More
Michael Rice to Represent the United Kingdom!
The United Kingdom has decided! Last night the BBC held Eurovision: You Decide, where six artists performed three songs in a set of duels with the highest voted artist and song combination going on to represent the UK at Eurovision this year. The line-up consisted of: Sweet Lies (written by Maria Broberg, Lise Cabble and…Read More
United Kingdom: Listen to the Eurovision You Decide Entries!
British broadcaster BBC have just revealed the six potential entries that will fight it out to become the next Eurovision entry from the United Kingdom. This will be the fourth consecutive year that the BBC are using the You Decide format to select their Eurovision entry, however this year they did change the format from…Read More