All Will Be Revealed On the Night - Great Odds for Lee Bradshaw to win Eurovision!

All Will Be Revealed On the Night - Great Odds for Lee Bradshaw to win Eurovision!

17 February 2009

While other entries battle it out on-line - Lee Bradshaw one of the finalists for this year's Eurovision is quietly closeted himself away preparing for the important live performance on Friday Night, which will result in the winner being picked to represent Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Lee is one of six finalists that will be competing on Friday night and if he wins has vowed to bring esteem and quality back to the Irish entry to the Eurovision - away from the depths of despair and embarrassment experienced last year by the nation when all we could offer Europe as a benchmark of our musical talents was a stuffed turkey!!!

As Lee says "The only place is up from that!  Our song is a very powerful ballad and I know everyone will be blown away when they hear it. The production is amazing and I can't wait to sing it live.  That's why I really don't want to go down the route that some of the finalists are doing by placing it on-line.   I want to create as much impact as possible on the night."

Since discovering that he was one of the finalists he has been on a strict regime of no alcohol, no cigarettes to get his voice and body in top shape for Friday night.  As you can see from the attached photos Lee has been graced with definitely more beauty genes than Dustin and  will definitely win the good looks vote with female (as well as some male) voters. 

To select Lee as our gorgeous Eurovision entry, simply tune in to the Late Late Show on Friday night, 20th February and get texting.   And for those who would like to make an easy euro or two, Paddy Power have just opened a book on the Eurovision, with odds for Lee being cut already, even though the betting just went live this morning.

Lee is well known in Ireland for appearing on RTE's The Restaurant and is gaining an excellent reputation away from the Music World as a talented and charismatic chef and restaurateur, owner of the Station House Bar & Grill in Kerry, but his colourful background may not be so well known. This isn't Lee's first experience of the music industry; Lee also has an Album ready to be released and is in negotiations with a top UK label who see Lee as the next big solo act to come out of Ireland.  With a lifelong interest in music, and a spell in a boyband 'Men2B' which earned Lee a record contract with President records in London. At just 17, Lee toured Europe with Men2B before a career in Modelling beckoned and he went on to become one of the top male models in Ireland of the past  10 years.