(Photograph Courtesy of RTE.ie)
As we had said here several months ago – “Girls Aloud” are the priority for the BBC to secure for Eurovision 2013 – we have media reports today in the UK and Ireland that this is the case.
According to RTE’s (Irish National Broadcaster) website and Popbitch.com in the UK – The BBC are pursuing Girls Aloud for Eurovision and not only that but their potential entry could be written/produced by International Singer/Writer and Producer “Will I Am” from The Black Eyed Peas. Remember Will I Am has written with Cheryl and is part of her managent team in the USA.
The UK have been on a National High since successfully hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London and not to mention the Queen’s Jubilee. It is no wonder that the BBC would want to continue this “feel good factor” that UK Prime Minister David Cameroon refers to.
Girls Aloud have returned as a group following a hiatus of over 3 years now. With a sold out Greatest Hits Tour – which will finish up in March – that will leave the girls plenty of time to look at Eurovision.
Girls Aloud Management would not comment on the Eurovision speculation.
So this could be what the Uk has in store for Eurovision 2013.
(YouTube Video Courtesy of GirlsAloudVEVO)
Source – RTE.ie and PopBitch.com
Categories: Eurovision National Finals 2013, UK
I love them as a group, but I’m not sure if they’d be right for eurovision
Well the act is signed and the song recorded according to Scott Mills off of Radio 1! Still reckon it’ll be someone like Carol Decker or Dina Carroll!!!
Oh I was a big T’PAU fan
When was that on the Radio Dan?
Is their a Podcast?