Robbie Williams ‘makes a name’ for Eurovision 2023 performance

Robbie Williams has admitted he’d love to perform at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest after Ukraine announced this year’s winners

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Robbie Williams has confessed that he made his name to appear on Eurovision next year following Sam Ryder’s success last month for the UK.

However, the former Take That star, 48, insists he won’t be the next to hope to avoid the dreaded “zero scores” and instead hopes he can perform for the duration. program time.

The singer detailed his love for the singing competition and said he hopes he can appear on the next show.

He said: “I put my name on the front, not for Great Britain but for the half-time competition.”

This year’s show had a total of 189 million views in the two weeks leading up to the final showcase, with eight million watching the final live.

Recent failures in the competition aside, UK’s Sam Ryder was only included in the post by Ukraine’s Kalush in a surprising twist for the UK.

Robbie Williams wants to perform at Eurovision


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Robbie continued: “I thought I was going to have a little bit of that. Nobody did it until Justin Timberlake did it and Madonna.

“I was like I wanted to do it like those people. So I made my name. I heard it’s possible in Ukraine but I feel like I’m still going! I really love Eurovision.”

He opened up about how he feels people can win the competition and simply said, “Get a great song and have a great person perform it and we’re not going to come.” final.”

Israel’s hosting mission in 2019 saw Queen of Pop Madonna, 63, take the stage to sing the 1989 hit song Like A Prayer.

It followed Justin’s performance a few years earlier in 2016 with the song Can’t Stop The Feeling by the now 41-year-old Swedish musician.

Speaking to Graham Norton at the time, Justin said he agreed to participate before actually knowing what was in store.

He said: “Then when I tell people I’m doing it, they’re like, ‘Oh, why are you doing that show?’

Sam Ryder impressed at this year’s Eurovision and also performed at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebration


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“I thought, ‘why not, so many people watch it! “It was a lot of fun.”

Robbie is set to release his latest track this September as he bids for his 14th UK number one album.

He currently shares the record for number one solo album with Elvis Presley.

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