The crooner, who represented the UK in 2012 at the contest, reckons that having the UK always going as one of the first performers is unfair.
Engelbert Humperdinck believes that the Eurovision Song Contest is “unfair” and biased against the United Kingdom. He accused the Eurovision organisers of constructing the event in such a way as to ensure that the UK entrant stands little chance of winning.
The 79 year old singer was a guest on ITV’s chat show ‘Loose Women’ on Tuesday (May 26th), just a few days after the annual continental singing competition which saw the UK put in yet another poor showing, with duo Electro Velvet finishing with just five points and fourth from bottom.
Engelbert Humperdinck represtented the UK at Eurovision in 2012
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