BBC stalwart Terry Wogan hung up his Eurovision boots last year, blaming binman Andy Abraham's defeat in Belgrade on dodgy political voting. The Irish radio legend said that it would take a high-calibre British popstar to bring home the bacon again and persuade the Eastern European nations to part with their points. Who better fits Wogan's bill than Robbie Williams? The ex-Take Thatter has been quiet of late, so what better way to re-launch his career than with a live European TV assault? We reckon an updated version of 'Rudebox' would go down a treat with the Slovakian voters.
The miserable Mancunian has expressed an interest in Eurovision on numerous occasions (his video of 'You Have Killed Me' was a pastiche of the contest) and was even rumoured to be in talks with the BBC about penning a track two years ago. While those plans eventually fell through, we would be willing to put a little something extra in our license fee payments to have Mozza warbling 'You're The One For Me Fatty' with a jazz-hands dance routine in 2010. Plus, his shirt-ripping stage antics might even be a match for the tacky vote-grabbing Bucks Fizz skirt-reveal.
"Alriiiiight Eurovision! Let's be 'avin you! Madferret!" We can't imagine a prouder sight for any Brit than watching Noel and Liam G strutting across the Eurovision stage, flipping V fingers at the French entry and gobbing off about the "f**king s**t" Swiss song. Noel could dust off his Union Jack guitar, they could sing 'Cigarettes & Alcohol' and Liam.... could just be Liam. It may set European diplomacy back about 45 years, but we reckon it would be worth it.
She needs a PR boost to remind us that there's more to her than tabloid headlines about drugs binges and topless sunbathing holidays in the Caribbean. We need a singer who can erase our horrid memories of Scooch, Jemini and Daz Sampson. So what better combination than the enigmatic Miss Winehouse and the chintz glamour of Eurovision? Someone would have to keep an eye on her in the green room afterwards, but the 'Rehab' star's bluesy soulful vocals would surely be too good for even the notoriously fussy Eurovision voters to ignore.
Who do you think could win the Eurovision title for the UK? Who has the potential to match Katrina and The Waves' triumph in 1997? Leave your suggestions in the box below!