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Wednesday, 22 May 2013 00:54

United Kingdom: Little Boots Shows Interest

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In recent years, the track record of the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest has not really been all that impressive noting that they have finished towards the bottom of the scoreboard for two consecutive years despite enlisting the likes of Bonnie Tyler and Engelbert Humperdinck. The British Broadcasting Corporation, responsible for the participation of the nation in the prestigious music event has been said to be out of touch with the music industry and rather than sending someone fresh with a brand new outlook and possibly create a career, they look to the greats who are indeed looking for something to add to their impressive experiences.

It seems that one of the first artists to put her name forward just days following the disappointment of Bonnie Tyler with Believe In Me was none other than English artist; Little Boots. The twenty-nine year old took to social networking website, Twitter stating she 'would be up for Eurovision' adding that she 'should enter next year'. On the other hand, Graham Norton, commentator during the final for the British Broadcasting Corporation answered back saying 'you will get the call'. Little Boots first found success in 2009, with her debut album Hands which peaked at number #5 in the charts but with a more mature sound and through her own record label, she has not managed to match that success despite stunning tracks with her sophomore release Nocturnes peaking at number #45. Nevertheless, she has a stunning live vocal and has brought her a-game to every track on both of her albums. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news. Make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well. 

Source: Digital Spy


Last modified on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 01:02