The United Kingdom's entrants to the last Eurovision Song Contest, Jemini brought the UK it's worst position ever, 26th with nill points. The entry's single, Cry baby, seems to be suffering from the terrible outcome of the contest, as it also failes in the UK's sales charts.
It seems that the british duo are trying to make up for the “disastrous performance”, as the BBC puts it itself in the item on the BBC News website. Jemini performed in a few TV show in an attempt to lift the sales of their single, Cry baby. Despite that, the CD single seems to be failing in the sales chart: it is out of the top 20 best selling singles.
The only place the single is selling more is in Liverpool, the home town of the couple. “”Everywhere else the public seem to be voting like the Eurovision judges.”, said the spokeswoman of HMV, the music store chain.