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Ground control to major Sam. United Kingdom’s Sam Ryder has touched down in Italy for Eurovision 2022 second ehearsals. The Essex-born TikTok star performed “SPACE MAN” on the PalaOlimpico stage ahead of the grand final. Did we go on an intergalactic trip, or did all hope come crashing down to Earth? Let’s find out…

United Kingdom’s Sam Ryder “SPACE MAN” — Eurovision 2022 second rehearsal

Oliver: If there was ever a time United Kingdom fans can rest easy about their result, 2022 is the year. Sam Ryder is wearing a black boilersuit; the top is bedazzled with crystals in shapes of planets and stars, while the crystal lining on the trousers mirrors the Union flag. As for the broken sun? No problem — Team UK has avoided it completely, creating their own arena-like staging for Sam. He stands centre stage on a plinth inside the industrial shell of a deconstructed spaceship, which glows a bright white light throughout. The staging is pulled apart before the final chorus, completely filling the stage. We hear a new revamped version of “SPACE MAN”, where the “Gravity keeps pulling me down” middle eight transitions to an epic guitar solo. Things look really promising for Sam and the UK. 

Reaction to United Kingdom’s second rehearsal at Eurovision 2022

@wiwibloggs_official #UK’s @Sam Ryder takes us out of this world in his 2nd #Eurovision rehearsal. @jonathanvautrey watches and reacts 🇬🇧 #ESC2022 #Eurovision2022 #TheSoundOfBeauty #SpaceMan ♬ original sound – wiwibloggs

What do you think? Did Sam Ryder live up to your expectations? Sound off in the comments section below.

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Katharina DoucheKa
Katharina DoucheKa
1 month ago

I love the man, his vocals are otherworldly.
The staging is superb. I wished I liked the song a bit better and it would be my winner.

Darren
Darren
1 month ago

Sam to WIN!! Sam and SPACE MAN! embody what Eurovision is all about. The song is amazing, the staging is incredible, and Sam’s voice is from another planet. We are so proud of you Sam…XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Jason
Jason
1 month ago

U.K. now 2nd in the betting odds

BbDany
BbDany
1 month ago

I wish I lived in a country thay hyped its own entry as much as the UK, Serbia, Greece, Azerbaijan and Italy

Ria NL
Ria NL
1 month ago

I Will vote for the UK Sam is amazing also
his beautiful song

Jack
Jack
1 month ago

To the people who don’t get the hype – wait for the full performance on Thursday. Based on what the reports are saying, this performance has a lot of surprises we didn’t get in the rehearsal clip.

That’s where the hype has come from and why it’s 3rd in the odds now.

Tjcat
1 month ago

Wiwi chat is a funny old thing. On a thread about the UK, a load of people say it’s hyped and won’t win, Sweden is the winner. On the chat under the Swedish rehearsal people are slagging it off saying it won’t win Italy will win. In the chat under Italy’s rehearsal people are saying it’s a disappointment and won’t win Spain is the best. On and in it goes, song by song. We can all find fault in even the most perfect and beautiful thing in the word, In the end it’s all just down to personal taste, and… Read more »

ESCalator
ESCalator
1 month ago

I think he will get a lot more points that the UK usually gets, given that he CAN sing, he is a LOVELY guy, and he has a huge following on TikTok.

That being said, let’s not pretend that this could win. The European voters know that the UK still feels disdain for Eurovision…so while they will reward this positive effort, they will most certainly not make it win.

Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  ESCalator

The UK does not feel disdain for Eurovision. The public here love. It gets solid ratings and there are parties galore. The problem is the left wing BBC who loathes the idea of the UK doing well at anything

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

That is not the problem, that is your imagination.

Amorata Delfont
Amorata Delfont
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

It absolutely isn’t the BBC being ‘left wing’. Blame them for previous song choices and catastrophic staging by all means. Inserting your desperate and provably incorrect politics just shows how desperate you are. Get a grip.

Patrick
1 month ago

Really is there any need to get personal and unpleasant just because you have a different opinion?

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago

But it cannot be denied that the BBC is left wing.

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago

Yes, it can.

Carol Phile
Carol Phile
1 month ago
Reply to  ESCalator

We don’t hate Eurovision. It’s a part of British life, one of those programmes that everyone watches and everyone has an opinion on. Don’t believe the hype. We still love our Eurovision and we are grateful that, at last, the powers that be have sent you one of our best. Go on Sam!

Princess
Princess
1 month ago
Reply to  ESCalator

The UK which has hosted the contest more times than any other country? Or is willing to foot the bill to host if Australia wins and a Germany refuses. Doesn’t sound like disdain to me.

Ken
Ken
1 month ago
Reply to  Princess

The UK have not, hosted the Eurovision the most, that accolade goes to Ireland.

Dan
Dan
1 month ago
Reply to  Ken

That accolade actually goes to the UK who hosted in 1960, 63, 68, 72, 74, 77, 82 and 98 as opposed to Ireland’s 7 times in 1971, 81, 88, 93, 94, 95 and 1997. The UK stepped in to host on several occasions when other countries couldn’t host.

Paul
Paul
1 month ago
Reply to  Ken

As Dan confirms, UK has hosted 8 times, Ireland 7.

Patricia Scowen
1 month ago
Reply to  ESCalator

They usually vote for the singer and the song atEurovision and they usually get it right so let’s take UK out of it and vote for Sam who has the Voice and the Song. This lad has an Outstanding Talent and it should be recognised. All the Best Sam it is an Honour to be British this year

Thallo
Thallo
1 month ago

The UK are guaranteed a top 10 result, possibly reaching the top 5 if the public responds well to it.

I’m highly certain this won’t win, but it’s great to hear that so many people do think it will win! The fact the UK have stepped their game up is all that matters to me.

Boozyfloozy99
Boozyfloozy99
1 month ago

I see the toxic Spanish fans are bashing anything posted that’s positive, they are the WORST

Raf16369
1 month ago
Reply to  Boozyfloozy99

Spanish fans this year = Maltese fans last year

Boozyfloozy99
Boozyfloozy99
1 month ago
Reply to  Raf16369

Absolutely spot on!

Patrick
1 month ago

Think this is this year’s Je Me Casse – ie massively overhyped and overrated. He is wildly oversinging here, which comes across as rather show offish and would be a turn off for viewers. I still feel the same. The juries who go for pretentiousness will vote in reasonable numbers for it but it won’t do well in the public vote. 15th or thereabouts would be my guess

Thallo
Thallo
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

I mean, Suus (Albania 2012) was also full of ‘oversinging’ and that finished 5th with juries and 8th with the televote (5th overall).

I think the UK will also place 5th overall, which would be an amazing result for them.

Stian F
Stian F
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

Uk will have a much better draw than Malta last year though. Being the only big 5 country in the second half he will for sure get a draw between 20-23 – a winning draw!

Dan
Dan
1 month ago
Reply to  Stian F

23rd or 24th would be superb but I’d settle for anything 17th upwards.

Christian W
Christian W
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

Juries go for pretentiousness just as much as the BBC is left-wing… So – not at all. Delusional. And no – this is not a difference in opinion, this is you making up stuff. Oh and if this does not do well in televoting – it’s because of Brits just like you. Own it.

Sabrina
Sabrina
1 month ago

I’m not nearly excited as the fans of the entry, but they for sure have a reason to be excited. Though I prefer a bunch of other songs winning, I think Sam deserves a high reward for his almost diplomatic run as a British representative.

schlageresque
schlageresque
1 month ago

I’m starting to think we have a winner here. The staging is BRILLIANT, so is that voice. The whole packaging is powerful and energetic and will leave a lasting impression for sure.

Also don’t count out how effective that staggering chorus can be during the recaps when people will be voting, major asset.

Ethan
Ethan
1 month ago

Can I just say I don’t get all the fuss around this song? It’s just pretty standard for me, and it took me a while to listen to its whole three minutes… Ive liked much more previous UK entries

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago
Reply to  Ethan

They had good enough entries for your local supermarket in the past 4 years, if that’s what you mean. This however is, objectively, on a whole another level, utterly incomparable to UK’s recent entries.

Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Efthymios

Ànd yet, just like those other UK entries (which were dismal), this too has failed to bother even the lowest regions of the UK chart. If we don’t like it, why should Europe and Australia?

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

What has our music chart got to do with the rest of the world? It only reflects the appreciation (or lack of) of the UK public. Europe and Australia are entitled to like this (which they are) despite the British public not buying in to it. That’s not on them, that’s on us, the British public. The stigma is with the Brits. Everyone else is over it yet here we are saying that others shouldn’t appreciate it just because ‘we’ (the UK populous) dont

Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  AMAAN STORM

My point is, if we aren’t behind our entry why should we expect any other country to be. Also it is a good barometer. Any song that has won was riding high in the charts when it did so.

Dan
Dan
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

Bear in mind that unlike the days of Katrina and Gina G, this entry was chosen behind closed doors. It premiered in the top 20 (think it was 13th) before sinking fast. I’m hopeful that with a good performance on Saturday night and a TV audience of 5 million plus, it’ll rocket (pardon the pun) up those charts again.

Christian W
Christian W
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

Again lying. The song has reached the Top-20 in the UK iTunes charts and has been featured across all sorts of radio stations etc. Get a grip and stop claiming things, which are not true. Or in other words: Stop lying.

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago

This is an absolute gem, Sam Ryder has both that laid-back, cheerful and happy personality and the talent of a global superstar. If I don’t see the UK scoring a top 5 and winning the jury vote AT LEAST, I’m gonna cry. :’))

Good luck UK, this time you deserve the best and I’ll be cheering for your win, from Greece! |<3

Dan
Dan
1 month ago
Reply to  Efthymios

Thank you Greece and good luck to your song. Sending hugs and best wishes from London.

Jessie
Jessie
1 month ago

I don’t understand the hype but he deserve top 15 at least.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago
Reply to  Jessie

Brits hype it

Mandy
Mandy
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

This whole “brits hype it” thing is getting really old now. Why shouldnt they hype it, why shouldnt they be able to say they hope he wins or does well without people complaining about it. Its great to see people get behind Sam and give him some support. I dont see any reason why people need to complain about a country hyping their own song.

Nikki
Nikki
1 month ago
Reply to  Mandy

My thoughts are also the same. Whats is wrong with people hyping about their countries song?

Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Nikki

They may be hyping it, but nobody has been buying it

Christian W
Christian W
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

It did very well in several fan polls. So nobody is buying it? Why LYING again?

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
1 month ago
Reply to  Mandy

IKR? The UK are finally behind their act for once and they’re thrilled about it, as they should be.

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
1 month ago
Reply to  Mandy

They should be excited and hyped about it if they genuinely think it’s good, of course. Problem is that the UK fans on this site are now just downvoting everyone who doesn’t like the song and getting defensive when somebody criticises it, behaviour that gets called out here when fans of other countries do it.

COLIN POWIS
COLIN POWIS
1 month ago
Reply to  Briekimchi

So who do you think will win ? Will Ukraine pull it off with a massive TV Vote ?

Mandy
Mandy
1 month ago
Reply to  Briekimchi

Honestly i havent seen many posts from Brits that have been defensive, rude or toxic, infact normally the Brits make fun of themselves and the fact that they are usually the butt of most Eurovision jokes. This year they are just excited to have an entry that has been received well by people and they are enjoying the eurovision hype.

Dan
Dan
1 month ago
Reply to  Mandy

Totally agree. We’ve waited a long time to cheer on a good song. Don’t take it away from us.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Who else is gonna hype it? Every other countries song/artist recieves a tonne of praise and hype off their own homegrown fans, what’s so different about the UK having the same treatment? This is the trouble here. People from the UK are expected to be constantly glum about their entries all the time. The minute the fans realise the song is actually in contention, the naysayers start moaning about how the Brits are ‘overhyping it’. The hype is justified. He’s top 5 in the odds. He won the Eurojury. He came 15th with the Wiwijury, and his is currently 8th… Read more »

Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  AMAAN STORM

Much like Je Me Casse last year – that won the OGAE poll and was relentlessly.pushed by the wiwiblogg lot.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

But this is nothing like Je Me Casse? Je Me Casse was hyped up purely because she was one of the favourites from the previous year (the year that covid struck and cancelled Eurovision). That energy spilled over to the following year and so much praise and hype was poured on to her song. Her staging and her outfit were awful though and it was a bit of a let down even If the song seemed loved by all. It was no surprise that it didn’t meet expectations or the ‘hype’. She did well never the less. The other thing… Read more »

Christian W
Christian W
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

If you think this is anything like “Je me casse”.. well, I have absolutely no more questions. And ‘Space Man’ did not win the OGAE poll, but did reasonably well. Hate on though.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

It’s rather the opposite, and that’s a good thing.

Jake
Jake
1 month ago

The running order Gods shined down on the UK today. If Sweden and Ukraine get drawn first half then it’s his for the taking. I like the song and I think it’s both anthemic and an earworm chorus people will remember. Then he whips out the guitar to tell the jury “I can sing AND I’m a real musician”. The staging feels big without feeling overly messy. There’s an elegance to it. I actually think all the pieces are there for the win. I’m being totally objective as I neither love or hate this song. But this is feeling like… Read more »

rainer1
rainer1
1 month ago

Winner

XAN
XAN
1 month ago

Seeing the hype
i think this cuold land at least top 5.
Personally i really don’t like the song in itself.

jjyt76
jjyt76
1 month ago

I do not get the appeal of this song. I think it is overrated.

The staging = OK.
Song = Average
Voice = Sounds off key to me. I actually had trouble listening to it.

Joe
Joe
1 month ago
Reply to  jjyt76

This isn’t constructive criticism

mawnck
mawnck
1 month ago
Reply to  Joe

It’s not criticism. It’s an evaluation.

I will stipulate that it’s not an accurate evaluation. Because the staging sucks.

The butthurt on Sunday morning, after this mess comes in 14th, is going to be epic.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  jjyt76

Just because YOU don’t like a song doesn’t make it ‘overrated’. Please stop clutching at a word that’s currently being so overused in dissing songs/artists/performances.
We get it, you don’t like it. That’s fine. No need to insult others because they love it.

Milla
Milla
1 month ago

British hype..

Nikki
Nikki
1 month ago
Reply to  Milla

So ?

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Milla

Yawn. Its no different to the ‘Greek Hype’, or the ‘Italian Hype’, or the ‘Swedish Hype’ or the (insert country here).

Stop being so pointlessly rambunctious and look at all the Jury polls, feedback the performance/hard work he has been putting in. He’s earned his praise.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago
Reply to  Milla

No, it’s more like FOREIGN hype.

Lex
Lex
1 month ago

I’m really happy to see UK shining this year. Sam Ryder is a star, I want to see this succeeding! Go UK, this is your year!

Robert
Robert
1 month ago

I think this is gonna be a big success

Xxx
Xxx
1 month ago

Nice.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago

I think UK will get about 100 points in total, and that’s still huge success for them and something Brits should be happy with.

Ron
Ron
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Top 3 easily, I predict a win despite Ukraine

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Ok, how many points will he get? 510 points? Just think about it, is it realistic? No.

Sage
Sage
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

acting as if the only number above 100 is 510 LMFAO stop

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago
Reply to  Sage

You all downvote comments which say UK won’t be in TOP 5 so…

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

It honestly doesn’t matter where he finishes. Everyone’s putting so much pressure on Sam with their exptancies and guesses as to where its going to finish. He himself put it beautifully in a press conference the other day. He’s there to change the perception that the UK can’t be bothered with sending a decent song or songer. He’s not bothered about where he finishes because they’ve shown they are willing to take this seriously. That alone is a big achievement for the UK based on the previous lack of vision/effort by the BBC.

Good luck Sam.

Anoni
Anoni
1 month ago

This outfit fits the theme but I liked the simplicity of the other one more so I hope he chooses that one. Otherwise – great staging and I think it’s totally understandable that he rose in the odds so much. Wishing him the best!!

Tom
Tom
1 month ago

Defo winner vibes. He has the whole package.

Aisling
Aisling
1 month ago

I’m actually curious but I thought I read somewhere before the rehearsals started that the uk’s staging was one to watch out for and that he would be floating? We can’t lie, the song is great, but just standing with a microphone won’t elevate a song about being ‘up in space.’ I still think that this is one of the uk’s best songs in a long time, but I just don’t understand the staging. I wish them the best of luck 🙂

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Aisling

I think Sam wired up to fly would be taking the metaphor too far.

Aisling
Aisling
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Yeah you’re right. I guess he is in a spacesuit. I just had high hopes for his staging because of the article I read. Maybe they’ll photoshop an image of him on the moon and project it onto the led screens. Even still, I like the song enough for it to be in the top 5. As I said, I wish him all the best 🙂

Jack
Jack
1 month ago
Reply to  Aisling

You need to read the reports, there is substantially more to this performance than just standing there. Wait until the ending…

Aisling
Aisling
1 month ago
Reply to  Jack

Can you send a link to these reports, I got down voted for suggesting that he couldn’t just stand there….

Nicolas
Nicolas
1 month ago

I don’t get the hype, the song has nothing special.

Tjcat
1 month ago
Reply to  Nicolas

Yes the hype is coming from the uk but it’s not arrogance we think we will win. We are just really happy it won’t be in the bottom
And after 20 years of embarrassment, longer than most uk Eurovision fans can remember, aren’t we allowed to be a little bit hyped??
Most uk fans will think top 5 actually is a win for us

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Tjcat

Honestly the non UK based fans are all happy enough to hype their own countries efforts, but the minute the Brits start to believe in themselves, we’re suddenly “overhyping” (*roll eyes*)
People are seriously clutching at straws because they themselves don’t like the song. That’s valid and fine. Everyone’s entitled to not like a song. But don’t call out others for liking it just because you dont.

Nikki
Nikki
1 month ago

Amazing!

Whisker
Whisker
1 month ago

What’s the name of this star? It’s SAM RYDER!

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
1 month ago

So I just watched the UK’s clip and ummm….The UK might actually come top 5, if not 3, if not 1. I always knew this could do well but I had doubts it would stand out enough to get big scores but this staging, this styling and Sam being a flawless singer as always is just so GOOD! The UK have finally done it right! Keep it up!

Nikki
Nikki
1 month ago
Reply to  Sir Stevia

Happy for UK with all my heart!

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
1 month ago
Reply to  Nikki

From Zero to Hero, literally.

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
1 month ago

Honestly, I’m just not seeing (or more importantly) hearing it. Even though I don’t like the song much, I was expecting the vocals to be better.
I still think the UK are going to get a good result by their standards but nowhere near what some people have been suggesting.

Leo M
Leo M
1 month ago

From the clip, I don’t get why people are raving about this. His vocals weren’t great, he can sing better than that. Not a fan of the staging either, he disappears in the long shot

Nikki
Nikki
1 month ago
Reply to  Leo M

Whats wrong with his vocals ?

William Clelland
1 month ago
Reply to  Leo M

And typical sour grapes no2

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago

Yep, that’s you do good staging UK, finally!! This comes across much much better than I expected, and I although it’s not my favourite song this year this can be a well deserved winner 🙂

Lorena
Lorena
1 month ago

Almost getting overrated Sweden in the odds. So happy!

Hello hi
Hello hi
1 month ago

So U.K. is now rising in odds and Italy and Sweden falling . I live in U.K. and would like to see a win but I just don’t see it happening. Two more years with this same type of effort and stronger songs then it might happen.

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
1 month ago
Reply to  Hello hi

Thats not how it works. Portugal won out of the blue. People don’t vote for last years song.

Zisk
Zisk
1 month ago
Reply to  Frisian esc

Salvador was actually the bookies favourite on Eurovision week. The live rehearsals usually elevate a lot of things. Fuego had the same thing happen shooting to 1st (and coming 2nd). Though some like Ryan O’Shaughnessy come 3rd with the bookies then come bottom half.

COLIN POWIS
COLIN POWIS
1 month ago
Reply to  Zisk

He didn’t become favourite until about 2 days before the final and I should know as I bet on him

Henry
Henry
1 month ago

Winner Vibes!! please let him win the whole thing! London here we come!!

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Henry

Manchester!

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago

Ok I’ve just seen the clip. Dislike me as much as you want, but this does not feel winner to me and I think they had stronger and more intimate performance in 2017.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

You’ve not even seen the whole performance yet because the final is next weekend, but you’re basing your opinions on a video clip vs a whole final performance from 2017? That’s a bit mental if you ask me.
Youre entitled to not like the song. By all means that’s absolutely fine, but you can’t judge something that hasn’t happened yet and isnt finalised fully, and compare it to something that happened and was fully realised in its final form.

Milla
Milla
1 month ago

A bit too much?

Brett Young
Brett Young
1 month ago

The bookies have been on UKraine the whole time, do they need to shorten the country name in the odds instead?
For a change the UK has made an effort, lets hope those of us on the continent don’t ignore it if it is as good as the promise.

Ethan1994
1 month ago

It’s weird to see the UK look like they’re actually trying for once.

Emily
Emily
1 month ago

Is this how folks from other countries feel when there’s actual effort put in and actively root for it? G’wan Sam lad!

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago

I’M ALL IN FOR A WIN FOR THE UK THIS YEAR, I MAY BE BIASED SINCE THEY’RE MY FAVORITES BUT FOR THIS OCCASION, I DON’T GIVE A DAMN!!! :’D

Una
Una
1 month ago

If you haven’t done so already, please go *now* and watch Sam’s second rehearsal. I am officially blown away. That is a *winning performance*. I cannot believe how wonderful it sounds and looks!!!!!! The UK is going to win this year!!!!!

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago

THERE HE IS, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE GREATEST EUROVISION SINGER OF THE DECADE! <3

GOOD LUCK UNITED KINGDOM, YOU ALREADY DELIVERED US A MASTERPIECE MADE BY THIS GLORIOUSLY TALENTED ARTIST, NOW GO AND GET THE TROPHY! MY WINNERS FOR THE YEAR! ^^ <3<3<3

Paul
Paul
1 month ago

That outfit!! And a guitar!!! I can’t cope!

Paul
Paul
1 month ago
Reply to  Paul

OMG he’s in the second half!! And now he’s second favourite on Betfair Exchange!! EVERYONE CALM DOWN

Una
Una
1 month ago
Reply to  Paul

Yeeeeeees! UK perform in the second half! ENGINES READY!!!!

Sometimes
Sometimes
1 month ago

Outfit feels a little too much

Ethan1994
1 month ago
Reply to  Sometimes

Disagree

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Sometimes

It reminds me of Chanels outfit for some reason. They’d look cute stood next to each other lol

Trocatroc
Trocatroc
1 month ago

Wow he looks FANTASTIC can’t wait to see a clip! Go Sam go!!!

Ravencrow Neversmiles
Ravencrow Neversmiles
1 month ago

What is up with the outfits this year? There are ao many bad ones. Sam strikes me as this cute down to earth hippie guy and they are making him look like a bedazzled clown.

michaela
michaela
1 month ago

i feel like they´re really going for those Elton vibes!