The Celebrity Big Brother's Courtney Act comes out at Euro Vision 2019 when Australia joins

Courtney Act had an outstanding 2018 and won Celebrity Big Brother With her calm personality and her LGBTQ + education, she hosted her own Channel 4 Christmas show and featured the dating show The bi-life,

But the RuPaul's Drag Race Stern's attempt to put Australia in front of millions at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 unfortunately has found a sad ending.

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Act, the alter ego of Shane Jenek, entered Eurovision: Australia decides on February 8 against a number of other artists, but only in fourth place overall.

Viewers were disappointed that the star, after a strong performance of the song & # 39; Fight For Love & # 39; could not come through, but were also satisfied with the final decision of Kate Miller-Heidke:

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The United Kingdom also opted yesterday for a representative for this year's competition Now all together Winner Michael Rice wins the song & # 39; Bigger Than Us & # 39 ;.

Viewers thought it was not the best song selection, and the new format of the You decide (not that the United Kingdom already has a great chance to win anyway, but you know it's nice to get involved with it).

Michael shared his doubt that he was indeed selected by the voting public, but says he looks forward to the full experience.

The Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC Radio 2 from Expo Tel Aviv in Israel on Saturday, May 18th.


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