STAND UNIQU3 will perform ‘Back to life’ for UK at Junior Eurovision 2023

Today BBC has revealed the trio STAND UNIQU3 will represent the United Kingdom at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023. The broadcaster has also premiered the song the young girls will perform on the big stage in Nice exclusively at The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show.

“Back to Life” was written by Sky Adams, Jakke Erixson and Jack Hawitt, who have worked with artists such as Jason Derulo, Lauren Spencer Smith, Kylie Minogue and Ava Max.

The trio STAND UNIQU3 is made up of Hayla from Liverpool (12), Maisie from Essex (13) and Yazmin from Newcastle (12).

Patricia Hidalgo, Director of BBC Children’s and Education, said:

‘The Junior Eurovision Song Contest was a real spectacle and success for us last year and we’re very happy that we have a new calendar moment for fans of Eurovision and a brand new girl group for audiences to get behind.

We have a great song and high hopes for our brilliant trio, STAND UNIQU3, and we want families everywhere to cheer on Hayla, Maisie and Yazmin and watch them represent the UK in the competition across BBC Two, CBBC and iPlayer.’

In the next weeks, BBC will broadcast a documentary that will show the road of the trio to the big contest.

The United Kingdom returned to Junior Eurovision last year after a long absence of 17 years. Their return was quite successful as they finished in the Top 5 with Freya Skye and the song ‘Lose My Head’. Do you think they will continue their good streak?

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