The BBC has revealed the UK entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 – and it’s split opinion.
Electro Velvet – a pop/swing duo – were last weekend announced as the act the UK will send to Austria in May, and their song, Still In Love With You, is proving a controversial choice.
The singer of the strangely-named duo, Alex Larke told the BBC: “I like the fact it divides opinion. It’s better than everyone having apathy for it.”
Bianca Nicholas, who shares the vocals, added: “There’s a lot of ballads this year, so our song will stand out.”
However, The Guardian thinks the song may be the UK’s worst ever Eurovision entry.
As usual, the outspoken folks on Twitter have revealed their own opinions on the act and the chosen song, and it’s pretty hilarious.
Electro Velvet sounds like some sort of BSDM sex toy, to be honest. #Eurovision
— CharlesB (@CBellUK) March 8, 2015
— Gaz Weetman (@GazWeetman) March 9, 2015
#Eurovision And the UK entry for Eurovision 2015 is.. Electro Velvet with Still In Love Basically that’s no f*****g points for us
— JonY (@BristolJon1981) March 7, 2015
Listen to Electro Velvet’s entry below:
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