The UK entry for Eurovision 2015 will be revealed next month on the BBC Red Button Service.
The BBC invited the public to submit a song and performer for consideration. The act has now been chosen to represent the UK in Vienna in May.
The winner will be announced on the BBC Red Button Service on Saturday 7th March, straight after The Voice UK.
“Ultimately, one song stood out as having both instant impact and real memory staying power.” – Guy Freeman, BBC Editor Special Events
Last year, UK act Molly ended up 17th on the leader board with her song ‘Children of the Universe’. The 2014 competition was won by Conchita Wurst, representing Austria.
Eurovision 2015 marks the 60th anniversary of the pan-European song contest. The BBC will be celebrating with a Eurovision concert, featuring some of the best acts over the past 60 years.