Eurovision 2020: Reigning winner Duncan Laurence's 'sadness' at cancellation

As the winner of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, Duncan Laurence should have been at the heart of this year's show in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

But with the competition being cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, he's facing a quiet(er) weekend instead.

The Dutch singer spoke to the BBC's Sophie van Brugen about what it's like to be missing out, and how the UK might improve its chances in future years.

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