Have you heard Australia’s Eurovision entry yet? If you’ve ever listened to Bruno Mars then the answer is yes.
Aussie broadcaster SBS released the official video for the song, Tonight Again, sung by former Australian Idol winner Guy Sebastian, earlier this morning and it sounds rather familiar.
Sebastian – an established artist who has released seven albums, served as a judge on X Factor Australia and duetted with former American Idol winner Jordin Sparks – is a musical dead ringer for Mr Mars.
That may work in his favour though, as the bookies are currently tipping him for a top ten finish at the contest in Austria in May. It certainly worked for Denmark’s Basim, who came ninth with another Bruno-esque track, Cliche Love Song, just last year.
The 60th Eurovision Song Contest will take place on Saturday 23rd May in Vienna, Austria, and will be broadcast live on BBC1 and BBC1 HD, with commentary by Graham Norton. It will also be broadcast live on BBC Radio 2 with commentary from Ken Bruce.
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