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From Kate

My mum-in-law-to-be sent us this a few days ago. Only just got a minute to look at is this morning. (Sorry Kate, I do read your emails. But I have been a bit snowed under and only clicked the link this morning!)

If you love Euro Vision, or if you hate it.... click here.

Now, I'm no great fan of the show. I love watching the voting for it's 'crapness' (if that's a word) and to listen to Terry Wogan get lashed, but don't really give a toss about the song we submit. You see, here in the UK we don't have to qualify, we just get straight in because we put up funding (so Kate tells me, I had no idea that this is where our TV Licenecing money goes) and because of that we can produce a SHITE song, sing at the Euro Vision, and show our selves up coming second to last....

If we had to qualify like the rest of them then we'd be forced to submit a good song (if a Euro Vision song from anyone can be called good) to get on the show. And who knows, we might even WIN!



Sadly you have to be British to sign it (and so we did!) but have a look, sign if your in the UK, and pass it on to anyone else who is!

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