BBC Breakfast star takes savage swipe at Mae Muller’s Eurovision result
This morning’s BBC Breakfast hosts took a swipe at Mae Muller’s performance last night at the Eurovision in Liverpool after she placed second to last.
Rachel Burden sat alongside co-star Ben Thompson discussing the night which saw the UK earn just 24 points for ‘I Wrote a Song’.
“I just don’t think it was a song build for that Eurovision stage in the end,” said Rachel.
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Ben was in agreement that the song didn’t stand out among the other acts, despite being featured in the strategic position of last in the running order.
“There were a lot of similar sort of acts as well, Really good powerful songs from great female singers,” said Ben.
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