Today she released her eighth studio album Soulsville and celebrated with a performance on The One Show.
And afterwards BRIT Award winner Beverley Knight found the time to chat with wiwibloggs outside of BBC Broadcasting House in London.
In May the West End diva watched Eurovision for the first time in three years and had plenty to say about this year’s results — and our suggestion that she sing at Eurovision for the United Kingdom.
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Beverley, who has made critically acclaimed turns in the musicals The Bodyguard and Cats, says she was a bit confused about Australia’s participation.
“I was like, ‘Australia?’ I thought Australia was great, but the last time I checked I’m sure my geography teacher told me Australia is not in Europe,” she says.
“But anyway Australia had a great entry. I wasn’t so sure about the winner. And Sweden were brilliant hosts.”
Would the “Shoulda Woulda Coulda” hitmaker have a go at Eurovision if the BBC asked her to compete?
She nods her head no.
“We wouldn’t win, so what’s the point? Because no one wants to vote for us.”
“They ain’t gonna try and vote for us. They don’t like us. Whatever we come with they’re not going to vote for us. But I still watch because it’s a good laugh.”
What do YOU think? Would you like to hear Beverley’s soul stylings at Eurovision? Let us know in the comments box below.