Eurovision 2014

United Kingdom Video – What do you think of Molly’s Eurovision Entry?

Molly Smitten-Downes will represent the UK at Eurovision 2014. Photo : Wikipedia

Molly Smitten-Downes will represent the UK at Eurovision 2014. Photo : Wikipedia

The BBC have premiered their entry for Eurovision 2014. The new and charming artist Molly Smitten-Downes has just performed her self penned song “Children of the Universe”.

 

A new approach for the UK to select their song for Eurovision.

What do you think of the song?

 

Tell us your thoughts?

Is “Children of the Universe” going to bring the contest back to the United Kingdom next year?

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : BBC

6 replies »

  1. I love it ! Definitely the best British song for ages ! The proof that you don’t need a celebrity for Eurovision: just a good singer and a good song ! I did support Bonnie Tyler and really enjoyed her song, but I also knew she would not score high unfortunately, though I hoped for a miracle to happen.
    Welcome back to Eurovision, UK !

  2. With the songs we know about presently, I think this could definitely break into the top 10 🙂 Go UK go!!

  3. No I dont think it will, but I like their idea to go for an unknown singer. That’s the way to do it. Then the singer cant be pre-judged.

  4. Hats off to BBC to try out some new talent. The song is good fresh and if that is a life performance she should put on a good show. It will do well with juries but I don’t think it will bring it back to the UK.

  5. Just heard the UK Entry, and having listened to the other songs,I have to say I prefer Heartbeat from Ireland ,so I fancy Ireland to go much further. Sorry ,but I’m not very keen on the song at all,perhaps it might grow on me a little, but ,It was not a bit hit at the first hearing with me. However It was a slightly better effort from the Uk this year,and so far it is one of the better songs that I have heard,but as I said, I prefer Heartbeat from Ireland .

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