United Kingdom: A chart-topping artist is said to be a likely candidate to represent the country in Eurovision 2024!

The speculation regarding the successor of Mae Muller in the representation of the United Kingdom is still ongoing. Following the reveal of the end of the collaboration between BBC and TaP Records and the turndown of a national final selection, the rumors now indicate a contender who is said to be in “advanced talks” with the BBC.

Now it is said that the most likely contender for the United Kingdom’s representation in Eurovision 2024 is the former Years and Years star, namely Olly Alexander.


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According to a source of “The Sun UK” :

It’s a dream come true for Olly. Things aren’t quite locked in but he is a favourite with bosses.

Olly has said for ages he wants to have a crack at it — and after teaming up with Danny for the song he thinks we have a great shot.

He is aware people say that no established act in their right mind would go on the show due to the UK’s track record but as far as he is concerned that’s just ­snobbery.

A potentially very successful team up

Olly Alexander has a powerful ally on his side for his Eurovision bid. It is said that Danny L Harle, Dua Lipa’s producer, has put together Olly Alexander’s bid. Danny is the brains behind Dua’s latest smash hit “Houdini” and will probably serve as the executive producer on her upcoming third studio album.


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Who is Olly Alexander?

The 33 year-old Olly Alexander is a singer and actor from England. He is best known for his work as the lead singer of Years & Years, one of the UK’s most successful groups and as Ritchie Tozer in the Channel 4 drama series “It’s a Sin”. Alexander has been multi-nominee in the Brit Awards as well as several other awards within the United Kingdom.

United Kingdom, the host of Eurovision 2023, was represented on home soil by Mae Muller and her song “I Wrote A Song“. Despite being a fan favorite, Mae did not come up to British expectations and finished second-last with 24 points.


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Source: The Sun
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