Who will represent the UK at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest?

The UK has failed to win the Eurovision Song Contest since 1997, however will we have more success in the Israeli capital in 2019?

‘Eurovision: You Decide’ will hit our screens on Friday evening as viewers are bombarded by a handful of dubious musical acts eager to represent the UK at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Tel Aviv during May. Most pundits believe that Michael Rice will win with his entry ‘Bigger Than Us’, the Hartlepool busker winning BBC’s All Together Now in 2018 with William Hill Bookmakers going 6/5 that the 21-year-old triumphs on Friday evening.

Kerrie-Anne is 11/4 second-favourite to win the right to represent her country with her up-tempo number ‘Sweet Lies’ alongside former BGT contestant Jordan Clarke who completes the top-three in the betting market at the very same odds.

Since the markets opened, some 45% of all votes have been aimed at Rice and it is clear that his familiarity to talent-show viewers will work in his favour. His song has a Eurovision feel to it and at 21 years of age, he would be the youngest UK male Eurovision entrant since the turn of the century should he succeed.

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Whoever triumphs on Friday evening with look to end the United Kingdom’s drought in the competition, the last winner from these shores being Katrina & The Waves with their entry ‘Love Shine A Light’ in 1997. This year’s contest will be held in Tel Aviv due to Israel’s 2018 entry – Netta – winning the competition.

Favourites to win the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest are Russia at 4/1 with the United Kingdom way out at 33/1 as things stand.


‘Eurovision: You Decide’ Winner  –  William Hill Odds


6/5  –  Michael Rice

11/4 –  Kerrie-Anne

11/4 –  Jordan Clarke

10/1 –  Holly Tandy

16/1 –  Maid

20/1 –  Anisa