Have Glasgow's Eurovision Chances Gone 'Boom Bang A Bang' Bust?
Cheryl Baker of the Eurovision Song Contest-winning group Bucks Fizz may have made her mind up that Cardiff is the UK’s best city to host the event next year, but there’s only one country that well-known Scottish musicians think deserves douze points https://t.co/4JeoOdPdd3— The Times and The Sunday Times Scotland (@timesscotland) July 31, 2022
Scotland is in the running to host the next Eurovision song contest along with other parts of the UK given that Ukraine has had to withdraw from hosting the contest.
But Glasgow's chances of becoming the host city must have been undermined by the nasty comments of former SNP politicians on social media.
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