This year's representatives of the United Kingdom, the boyband Blue, commented about their song during the BBC Breakfast Show. Lee Ryan and Duncan James have revealed that this year's British Eurovision entry will be a mixture of pop, anthem and blues.
The United Kingdom is one of the five countries that are directly qualified for the final because of their bigger financial contribution. The so-called 'Big Five' consists of France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.
During the BBC Breakfast Show,Blue have commented about their song and also about their chances of winning the Eurovision Song Contest. Although they know about the gossip flying around the voting act, the boys are looking forward for the European competition as they hope to conquer the hearts of the viewers and juries on May 14th.
This year, the boyband Blue was internally selected by the BBC as their representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011. Lee Ryan, Duncan James, Simon Webbe and Anthony Costa are all part of the band's line-up and also the authors of this year'sUK entry at Europe's favourite music show. They will perform their self-penned song I can which was described as a mixture of pop, anthem and blues.
Josh Dubovie was last year'sUK representative at the Eurovision Song Contest. Although he performed a song written by Pete Waterman, Josh only managed to score a disappointing last place with 10 points.