The Eurovision Song Contest is back this month and celebrates its 65th anniversary. The 2021 competition begins with its semi-finals on May 18 and 20, with the grand final taking place on May 22, 2021. The big question is: who will emerge victorious on the night of the final? Bookmakers have already sorted their odds of who they think will be the winner.
There are two semi-finals before the competition’s grand final and Betfair tipped Malta to win the first semi-final at 4/6.
Meanwhile, Switzerland are expected to be the second winner of the semi-final with odds of 7/5.
However, what fans of the contest really want to know is which country will be the winner of the Grand Final.
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James has already proven his talent in the music industry, as in 2013 he won a Brit Award.
He got the gong for co-writing the UK single of the year Waiting All Night, performed by Rudimental and Ella Eyre.
The musician has also been nominated for a Grammy twice, for co-writing Coping from Toni Braxton’s Sex & Cigarettes album and Let ‘Em Talk from Kesha’s Rainbow album.