The United Kingdom will not have a televised public selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. In contrast to recent years, the BBC will work together with record company BMG to find their act for Rotterdam.
Michael Rice finished in last place at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Another sad tale for the BBC and the United Kingdom in the contest. When will the nation change their gameplan?
Michael Rice respresents the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The song ‘Bigger Than Us’ was victorious in the Eurovision: You Decide 2019 show.
It is time for the United Kingdom to select their entry for The Eurovision Song Contest 2019. They are still using the You Decide format – however, the set up is slightly different. In 2019, we have a total of six acts singing 3 songs [read more…]
The BBC have released the artists that are taking part in the 2019 edition of Eurovision: You Decide. The three songs that the six acts will be singing were as usual, revealed on the Ken Bruce Show ahead of the main show.
SuRie and the song ‘Storm’ has won Eurovision: You Decide and thus be the act for the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. “Storm” was voted the winner by a combination of a jury vote and televote in the BBC-show.
Tonight, the United Kingdom will select their act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Once again, the BBC will use their show format Eurovision: You Decide, being previously used in the past two years.
Six unknown musical talents will take part in the national final in the United Kingdom, called You Decide. One of their songs however has been co-written by a familiar name: Greta Salóme, who took part for Iceland at the Eurovision Song Contest two times.
In a 90-minute show, six songs will be performed by competing artists in Brighton, to represent the United Kingdom at the Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal. The performers will take the stage to impress both the viewers at home and [read more…]
The BBC has started the public song submissions process to find the UK’s entry for the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal.