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UK entry 2020: James Newman

Discussion in 'Eurovision' started by Rhombus, Sep 16, 2019.

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Will the UK flop again?

  1. Yes

    26 vote(s)
    34.2%
  2. Yes but like even worse this time somehow

    50 vote(s)
    65.8%
  1. So have the BBC had their interviews with Katrina Leskanich and Cheryl Baker where they tell you why it deserves to finish top five?
     
  2. Can we not just send a damn bop for once?
     
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  3. that's why you guys flop
     
  4. Confirmed: the figure in the woods wasn't Alexandra Burke
     
  5. Will they blame their poor reception/performance on Brexit before or after the finale?
     
  6. Rob

    Rob

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  7. God, this is lame.

    MYYYY LAAAAST

    breath
     
  8. Michael Rice already did that. x
     
  9. LTG

    LTG

    Why is James Arthur examining his daddy issues in the woods?
     
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  10. I know. I was referring to that.
     
  11. Based on a true story!
     
  12. Case. Closed.

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  13. Bucks (The) Fizz are pro-Brexit, so they'd never blame it for anything, surely?
     
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  14. Let's see which users on this subforum are pro-Brexit first.

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  15. Btw I really like the song nn
     
  16. There's no room for error with staging then. Drama or bust.

    What is with the missing 26 seconds? Assuming as it was only made last month, and originally listed as 4 minutes, they just didn't get it to 3 minutes in time for release.

    OR

    There's something 'interesting' being planned for intro / outro?
     
  17. I’m actually really enjoying this...
     
  18. John Newman still indicating involvement, with another country?

     
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  19. Has Ireland chosen yet?
     
  20. No but they've said it will be someone LGBTQ.
     
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