πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Sam Ryder to represent the United Kingdom at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest

πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Sam Ryder to represent the United Kingdom at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest

The countries that have internally selected their entry for Turin continue to reveal their songs. The BBC and TaP Music have confirmed that Sam Ryder will be the British representative for 2022 with his song “Space Man”. As a member of the Big Five, the United Kingdom will automatically participate in the Grand Final of the competition on May 14.

Have a listen to the UK’s entry here!

About Sam Ryder

Sam Ryder isn’t a newcomer to the music scene. However, he experienced his greatest rise to fame during the first Covid lockdown. In 2020, Sam was the most viewed UK artist on social media platform TikTok. To date, he has amassed over 16 million followers on the platform. His latest release before his UK Eurovision entry was “More”, which you can listen to here:

Listen to “Space Man” on streaming platforms

Spotify

Apple Music

Listen to all the released 2022 Eurovision entries

You can listen to all the released Eurovision 2022 entries on our Spotify playlist.

The United Kingdom’s Eurovision Journey

Despite a recent slump in results, the UK is one of the most successful countries at the Eurovision Song Contest. Debuting at the second edition ever of the Contest in 1957, the United Kingdom has won the competition on five separate occasions. The most recent win for the UK was in 1997 with Katrina and the Waves, singing “Love Shine A Light”. The UK also holds the record for the number of second-place finishes – currently at 15.

In 2021, the UK was represented by James Newman with his song “Embers”. However, the performance failed to impress juries or televoters, finishing in last place with zero points.

What do you make of the British representative for 2022? Will the UK have a better chance at winning the Contest? Let us know in the comments below! Don’t forget to follow β€˜THAT Eurovision Site’ over at FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

News Source: BBC

Photo Source: Sam Ryder

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