Following the dismal performance of the U.K.’s Eurovision entry which scored a measly unprecedented total of just ‘Nil’ points, with Italy taking home the win for the second time. We explore the possibility of the U.K. nonparticipating in future Eurovision competitions based on the abysmal results it received. What is it about the U.K.’s entry where the home support is unwavering, but doesn’t translate in to one single vote? Has the U.K. come to the end of its demise? Is it possible the votes were none existent, owing to the way the pandemic has been mishandled, if the extent of the mutterings being circulated are to be believed.
In all fairness the song was quite a pleasant and respectable one, owing to previous U.K. entrant selections. Although, the performance left a lot to be desired and was reminiscent of ‘a talentless Uncle,’ who appeared to be running out of gusto fast as the song progressed, combined with the usual pitching problems. James could have done with more coaching sessions dedicated to breathing exercises as he seemed winded for much of his set, almost to the point that he appeared eager for his performance to be over with towards the end, as can be assumed for most of the audience who had eagerly tuned in. Previous entrants have as much reason to be embarrassed, if you consider Scooch “Flying the Flag” (2007), (the group that wore those dodgy blue flight attendant uniforms), and also came nowhere in the competition finishing in twenty-second place out of twenty-four, but at least they managed to gain a humble nineteen points to add to their credit.
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