Gemma Collins says she has what it takes to win Eurovision for the UK

GEMMA Collins has called on Eurovision organisers to let her be the next singer to represent the UK.

The former Towie star told The Sun she believes she has what it takes to see Great Britain win the contest.


Her patriotic plea comes after James Newman, 35, scored nul points with his song Embers in Rotterdam last month.

Gemma, 40, told us: “I was absolutely gutted when James came off so badly — I would have given him the world.

“Next year I think the Eurovision needs the GC.

"I’ve heard Bill Bailey wants to do it, so maybe we could duet.”

But if Bill, 56, does not want to team-up, Gemma plans to “tap up Snoop Dogg”.

She said: “I want to take on his job on the Just Eat adverts — and I think working together at Eurovision could be my way in.


“I wouldn’t be doing a cover song either, I’d write my own original song or have someone write one for me.

“Either way, the UK needs the GC. And I won’t be getting nul points, honey.”
James became the second only British act to score no points, following Jemini who were the first in 2003.

Last Christmas, Gem teamed up with Darren Day, 52, for a charity cover of Baby it’s Cold Outside.

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