James Newman to represent UK in the Eurovision 2020

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United Kingdom’s public broadcaster BBC has officially revealed the act “My Last Breath” by James Newman.

The British broadcaster BBC has officially confirmed that James Newman, the brother of John Newman, will represent United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.

On 27th February, BBC made the official announcement in the morning during the popular Radio 1 show, Breakfast with Greg James and on Radio 2 with Ken Bruce. 

The act My Last Breath is co-written by Iain Farquharson, Adam Argyle and Edward Drewett.

James Newman

 

James Newman is an English singer-songwriter from Stainforth, England, whose work has already been distinguished with a prestigious Brit Award for British Single Of The Year, and been nominated for a Grammy as a songwriter.

He is moslty known for his songwriting, he was also responsible for hits such as “Waiting All Night” by Rudimental ft. Ella Eyre, “Blame” by Calvin Harris feat. John Newman (his younger brother) or “Love Me Like You Do” by Little Mix.

Internationally, James has worked with huge names such as Kesha, FloRida and Justin Bieber.

Eurovision is also part of his comfortable area as Newman helped in the writing process of Brendan Murray’s Dying To Try (Ireland 2017).

 

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A Turkish-based journalist who is currently completing the master on Journalism and Media Communications at Griffith College. International Press member of European Broadcasting Union focusing on the Eurovision Song Contest.