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Bucks Fizz star Cheryl Baker fears Olly Alexander has little chance of Eurovision victory as she admits the song isn't 'strong enough for Eurovision'

Eurovision legend Cheryl Baker has expressed her fears for Olly Alexander's Eurovision performance on Saturday.

The Bucks Fizz star, who won the song contest back in 1981, confessed she thinks Olly is in with little chance of bringing home the victory, even though she desperately wants him to. Earlier in the day Olly also spoke to Scott Mills on his Radio 2 show as he admitted: 'I did have a slight wardrobe malfunction when my mic pack fell off in the second chorus so I was a bit confused and stressed by that'. Supporting the UK act Scott, who is commentating at the song contest alongside Rylan Clark, added: 'But good thing it happened now' as Olly replied: 'Oh exactly'.

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