Cliff Richard and Robbie Williams Back Blue for Eurovision Glory
The "One Love" hitmakers split in 2005 but recently regrouped and will be representing the U.K. in the annual competition next month in May.
Cliff Richard, who was a runner-up in the contest with his hit "Congratulations" in 1968, is convinced they have the winning formula.
He tells The Sun, "A young pop band with good-looking guys singing great songs can win this and get 100 million people watching them at the same time. Blue have got a better chance than most people I remember."
Robbie Williams has also offered his support to the four-piece, consisting of Simon Webbe, Duncan James, Antony Costa and Lee Ryan.
He adds, "They've got as good a shout (chance) as anybody. Good luck, bring it home."
The competition takes place in Dusseldorf, Germany on 14 May.
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