I I knew that song really well but didn't even consider sending it in because I thought it would get destroyed in PJ00s. (Sadly, my favourite song by her - The Weakness In Me - was a UK #17 hit so wouldn't pass veto.) Despite having won twice, I still don't know what the winning formula is for this contest, and I like it that way. Eh, it's not that deep. Certain types of R&B do better than others, but in all seriousness we have had some classic-sounding R&B songs do surprisingly well (Teedra Moses' Be Your Girl comes to mind). Choosing a song with 50% male vocals was probably what really sank After Party's chances.