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Sunday, 02 March 2014 21:15

United Kingdom: Attention Turns to the BBC

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After recently posting an editorial in regards to the rumours surrounding the UK entry to the ESC 2014 the BBC have finally made an announcement. Albeit, a very small announcement it did however manage to quash all the rumours that had been flying around. The BBC has somewhat surprisingly decided to find an artist using their BBC Introducing service. BBC Introducing is a branch of the BBC’s extensive music service that allows unknown artists to showcase their talents and abilities. This has allegedly been a stepping-stone for more well-known artists such as Florence and The Machine, Ed Sheeran, Rizzle Kicks and Jake Bugg.

The BBC has made the following comments about the selected act: 'The end result is that we now have a powerful and impressive song that we hope will do us proud in Copenhagen. We’re keen to introduce the song and artist to everyone as soon as possible, so it will be premiered on BBC Red button next Monday (3rd March) evening at 7.30pm'.  Therefore, this ultimately means that there will be no Geri Halliwell, no Jessie J, no Jane McDonald and certainly no Lulu. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com as we follow the official revelation amidst the several rumours going on social media this evening.

Source: BBC


Last modified on Sunday, 02 March 2014 21:27