by Jo

Justin has got together with his mate Beverlei Brown in a bid to be the Royaume Uni’s entry into the Eurovision Song Contest this year. The decider is on Jus’ birthday – 17 March – and there are promises of catsuits if they get through to the Icelandic final. If you don’t like the song, that in itself is worth voting for. Ahem. Personally I’m not impressed by the competitors but the Public is an odd school of fish. Jus is excited about it, and tbh I’m not surprised that he decided to do it. He does what he wants to, not what people prescribe that he should, and he does things with all his energy.No half measures. If you don’t know that by now..
Right, he’s just about to be on Richard and Judy. BRB… I hope he tells them big time he’s not in TD anymore. they KEEP saying it. Pffttt Brian Harvey..
Mmm lovely straight glossy dark hair. He looks goooood.
Jus has got the right angle on this. ESC is not about credibility, clinging to it desperately, it’s just about entertaining and having fun. Like TD – definitely not about being cool, cos that was never their aim. The song is ‘They Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Used To’, written by Jus and with long term friend Beverlei involved by trying things out one day in the studio, is a pure pop song with gorgeous falsetto much in evidence. And Beverlei’s fine voice, of course. Let’s not be tooo biased here. She’s worked with LOADS of artists, has plenty of talent and industry experience. It’s a perfect song for Eurovision, even judging by such a short clip. pffftt to the rest. dull dull.

Both seemed confident, with Jus less nervous appearing than in previous interviews. Is it 1-1 he doesn’t like?

Making Your Mind Up. 17 March.

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