The representative of the United Kingdom in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest, with her song ‘Believe in Me’, minutes ago was a guest on The Paul O’Grady Show on ITV, in the United Kingdom.
The host of the show questioned Bonnie about her participation in Malmö. Bonnie stated that it was an amazing experience, but she knew she would not win the contest because the competition is political. She went on to say that “It’s about time the voting system is changed”. Bonnie began to discuss the 2014 representative Molly, and said “she ticked all the boxes… but it’s all political… it’s since the wall came down”.
The welsh singer spoke about when she was asked to represent the United Kingdom in 1983, but, the time was not right because she was number 1 in America and the UK.
Bonnie Tyler ended 19th in Malmö in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest with her song ‘Believe in Me’