The UK national broadcast BBC has released an official statement approved the country’s green light for the 65th Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam.
Together with the announcement, the broadcast confirmed that they are saying goodbye to their previous song selection mechanism “Eurovision: You Decide” and replaced it with a new collaboration with record company BMG. its is still early to know whether the song will be selected behind closed doors or in a new innovative format but it was clear to see that the BBC is thrilled from the new partnership and ready to make their shared vision into reality.
— BBC Eurovision🇬🇧 (@bbceurovision) September 16, 2019
The Uk debut the Eurovision Song Contest in 1957. in the last few years, they have selected the British entry through the “Eurovision: You Decide” format which is well remembered by its host Mel Giedroyc and Eurovision winner Måns Zelmerlöw. 2019 winner of the show Michael Rice came last in Tel-Aviv’s final, scoring only 11 points from the jury and the public together.
Will the new selection format will secure a better place for the UK in Rotterdam? we’ll soon to find out…