When it comes to the Eurovision Song Contest, the United Kingdom has made some atrocious decisions in the past. The British public has chosen the likes of Jemini, Scooch and Andy Abraham. The BBC weren’t any better. They chose has-beens Engelbert Humperdinck and Bonnie Tyler.
If all this weren’t bad enough, former UK X Factor reject contestant Rylan Clark has admitted that he wants to take the Eurovision Song Contest by storm. Dun dun duuuuun!
“I would love to do Eurovision,” he told STAR Magazine. “I’ve grown up with it. But it would have to be done the right way, not one of these soppy f***ing songs that Andrew Lloyd Webber keeps writing.”
He is also unimpressed with the United Kingdom’s recent efforts.
“Who the f**k is picking the songs? You’ve got to go for that Euro sound. It’s definitely something I’d love to do. Why not?”
Is Rylan Clark at Eurovision a good idea? Would the BBC approach him for the UK? Or will another country come calling?