Blue: Bonnie Tyler will 'smash' Eurovision

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 10 May 2013
Duncan James

Duncan James at the new Cadbury Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations Travelling Funfair

Blue think Bonnie Tyler will "smash" this year's Eurovision Song Contest with her track 'Believe in Me' and have advised the 61-year-old singer to "enjoy" the experience

Blue think Bonnie Tyler will "smash" this year's Eurovision Song Contest.

The 'All Rise' hitmakers - made up of Duncan James, Simon Webbe, Antony Costa and Lee Ryan - represented Britain in the singing competition in 2011, finishing 11th, with their track 'I Can', and the boys are convinced the 61-year-old singer will do a fantastic job performing her song 'Believe in Me'.

When asked what tips they would pass onto the 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' songstress, Duncan replied: "Enjoy it! She is representing the country and we know she will smash it!"

Blue recently took part in ITV2 series 'The Big Reunion' - which saw them reunite alongside other blasts from the pasts including 5ive, Liberty X, the Honeyz, B*Witched and 911 - and the quartet "loved" the experience of being together again.

Antony said: "No [we haven't fallen out over anything since 'The Big Reunion'], we've loved absolutely every minute of it.

"Everyone is so nice and it's great to be back with bands we used to tour with. We are lucky because we are not a band that fall out at all, we have such a laugh all the time and we are very lucky!"

A second series has since been confirmed and Lee has several favourites he is rooting for to appear in the popular reality show.

He said: "Eternal, All Saints, Busted, Another Level."

The first series drew in more than one million viewers and followed the groups as they candidly discussed the pitfalls of fame and their fall from grace, as well as gearing up for their first gigs in years.

Blue paid a surprise visit to the new Cadbury Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations Travelling Funfair that debuted at Blenheim Palace over the May Bank Holiday Weekend.

Blue

Still cashing in on the success of The Big Reunion, the boy band hop off on tour to promote their latest album.

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