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Friday, 01 March 2013 17:22

United Kingdom: The Rumour Mill Spreads Further

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Curiousity is one of the elements which does indeed get people talking and the announcement of the next entrant from the United Kingdom is somewhat not only getting fans excited but even the media whose speculations are well and truly all over the place at the moment. In recent years, the British Broadcasting Corporation have undertaken completely internal selections against the opinion of the public with Blue and their entry I Can finishing in eleventh place back in 2011 and Engelbert Humperdinck finishing in twenty-fourth place with his song Love Will Set You Free. This will be the last country to announce it's entry for the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.

The first airplay of the track is expected on the 15th March 2013 through BBC Radio 2 and the Ken Bruce Show which airs between 9:30 and 12:00 GMT. Many of the rumours that have come out have somewhat been accentuated but it seems to be confirmed that it will be a solo act per the mention of BBC Commentator; Graham Norton whilst insiders are reporting that it will indeed be a female who will be performing a power ballad, somewhat ruling out Kimberley Walsh. The latest name to garner traction in recent days is the one of Bonnie Tyler whose hits include Holding Out for a Hero and Total Eclipse of the Heart. It is yet unknown what will happen so to speak and we are not saying that Bonnie seems to be the choice but we have a very good feeling it will indeed be a female. Metro have stated that it will be Alesha Dixon whilst the Daily Mail have taken out a limb in favour Bonnie Langford.Stay tuned to for all of the latest news.

Source:, Metro, Daily Mail

Last modified on Friday, 01 March 2013 17:26