Why does the UK score badly at Eurovision? Superfans answer
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Eurovision: Superfans on why UK scores badly

It’s building up to Eurovision time – and hopes are high for this year’s UK entrants Joe and Jake.

However, the UK has had a pretty poor recent track record at the contest. Last year’s Electro Velvet had the second lowest UK score of all time - the worst since Jemini’s dreaded “nul points” in 2003.

In host city Stockholm, fans at the Eurovision Village told BBC Radio 5 live why they thought the UK had performed badly in previous years – and gave advice on how to improve...

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