Singing Emotion Sam Ryder aims to find UK’s next Eurovision entry

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Eurovision king Sam Ryder says he’s ready to help spot the UK’s next contestant in the glitzy singing competition, following his incredible performance last month

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Eurovision legend Sam Ryder is helping to find the next big star to represent the UK at the annual singing competition.

The Space Man singer, 32, spoke to the Mirror exclusively before performing at Wembley Stadium on Sunday – a venue he really helped build back in the day.

“The last time I was at Wembley, I built it with my dad and we helped build it,” the funniest man in pop told us at the Capital FM Summertime Ball.

“This floor we were on, we could have helped build,” he explains, joking that any jerking floors or jammed doors could be due to his inconvenient job. that.

Sam Ryder performs on stage at Capital’s Summertime Ball 2022


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“So the last time I was here, I built it, so it’s a nice full circle.”

Sam became a superstar last month, when he almost did the unthinkable and won the Eurovision Song Contest – coming in second behind the Ukrainian entry.

After coming close to victory, are you ready to let it go next year?

“You know, as a Eurovision fan, I just want more people to experience it,” Sam told us backstage thoughtfully.

Sam became famous after performing at Eurovision


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“The more people do, the more it will inculcate in the UK’s attitude that Eurovision is something we’re very fortunate to have.”

When asked about whether he was ready to look for the next hopeful entry, Sam enthusiastically took up the task.

“Of course! Who does it is in the time of their life.”

Sam is the highest-scoring UK candidate ever in Eurovision history and the UK broke into the top five for the first time since 1998.

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To the surprise of many, Sam won the contest with his song Space Man light-years ahead of the contest when it came to a jury vote – with the British singer topping the table after votes from the experts. family is considered.

And while he continued to top the list as votes from the public grew, things changed when the final numbers were released.

Ukrainian hip-hop band Kalush Orchestra won when it was awarded more than 400 points by the public, taking them to the top of the rankings.

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Appearing on BBC Radio 2 with Zoe Ball after his amazing performance, it feels like Tik Tok has included fans in his very modest celebration plan.

Zoe asked Sam: “By the way, how’s your family? Did you mention your grandfather, have you had a chance to see them? I bet they haven’t slept yet. Have you all been together yet?

“They’re hot,” Sam laughed. “We were eating a very casual and very cute curry as soon as I got home while looking at my phone.”

“I just wanted to see Gogglebox, and it would be weird because we would watch it,” he said, bursting out more laughter.

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