TAP Music ‘passes the baton back’ to the BBC for selecting UK’s entry for Eurovision 2024!

After working together with the BBC for two years, and selecting the United Kingdom’s entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, TAP Music released a statement that they are no longer collaborating with the UK’s national broadcaster on the Eurovision project.

TAP Music was responsible for the last two entries for the United Kingdom – Sam Ryder with “Space Man” in 2022, which finished in 2nd place in Turin and brought UK its best result since 1998, and Mae Muller with “I Wrote A Song” earlier this year in Liverpool, which finished in 25th place in the Grand Final. TAP Music now released a statement saying that they are thrilled that Eurovision in the UK has a bigger audience than ever before, and that they are super proud of both Sam and Mae, especially seeing how their careers are flourishing as a result of their participation in the Contest. They added:

It’s been brilliant working with the BBC this last two years, but for now, we think it is time to pass the baton back. We wish the BBC the best of luck with ongoing success and continuing to build the excitement and audience in the UK.

When talking about Eurovision, the TAP Music statement says the following:

We believe Eurovision is one of the greatest live music shows on the planet and hope that many more artists, new or more established, will see the huge opportunity it brings, and we know there is room for even more growth of the format, both in the UK and beyond.

The BBC is yet to determine the way the UK entry for Eurovision 2024 will be selected. Mae Muller represented the home country of this year’s Eurovision with “I Wrote A Song”. Check out her performance in the Grand Final once again right here:

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