At an album signing event in Dundrum yesterday, pop star twins Jedward revealed that numerous European countries have approached them in a bid to get the star duo to represent their nations at the next Eurovision Song Contest.
John Grimes told the Irish Daily Star that the pair were keen to perform for a third time at the event and ‘who knows’ if they will take to the stage and fly the flag for a competitor country. “Germany and all those countries want us to represent them. Loads of countries want us to represent them next year, who knows OK,” said John (20).
Jedward will visit Belfast City Centre’s HMV store today where local fans can purchase their new album, Young Love.
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