The BBC has been accused of overlooking chart-top TV star Olly Alexander as a participant in Eurovision in the UK because of a “terrible unfair” deal with the contest selector.

The Mail on Sunday learned that the Years & Years band lead singer advocated himself to represent the country at this year’s tournament.

However, the 31-year-old artist, who was widely acclaimed for his role in the Channel 4 HIV drama “It’s A Sin,” found that only stars selected by London management firm TaP were eligible to be selected. Later, “I was disappointed.”

Snubbed: The BBC has been accused of overlooking chart-top TV star Olly Alexander as a participant in the UK’s Eurovision because of a “terrible unfair” deal with the contest selector.

Kosha’s arrangement to appoint TaP to lead the search for British contestants meant that Alexander, who had a contract with Polydor, was not taken into account.

Instead, TikTok star Samrider headed to Italy for the finals last night.

One music manager said: [Olly] It would have been a great choice.

“It’s no exaggeration to say that he remained quite contracted. I don’t think he’ll ever use the same method again because it’s so unfair.

Eurovision: Sunday's email learned that the lead singer of the band Years & Years advocated himself to represent the country, but Sam Ryder (pictured) was chosen.

Eurovision: Sunday’s email learned that the lead singer of the band Years & Years advocated himself to represent the country, but Sam Ryder (pictured) was chosen.

“The only reassurance is that as long as the rules change, it’s said that Olly is likely to be chosen if he announces his name next year.”

TaP helped drive British singer Dua Lipa to become a global star before leaving the company in February. Ellie Goulding, Lana Del Rey and Cruz Beckham have also signed with them.

Ben Morson, the host of Austria’s 2015 Eurovision Show Mirjam Weichselbraun and TaP owner with two children, was selected as the BBC’s Eurovision collaborator after touting a documentary about Britain’s attitude towards competition.

He told NME magazine: Is it political or is there anything more? “

Disappointment: 31-year-old Olly was left “disappointed” after learning that only stars selected by London management firm TaP were eligible to be selected.

BBC Studios, the commercial division of the corporation, began partnering with a music company in 2019 and previously selected songs through talent shows.

It comes after the country has been left rugged after Britain I came in second place Eurovision Finally, it has been the tallest place in the country for over 20 years.

Ukraine wins Saturday’s Eurovision Song Contest After 439 points in public televoting, the UK is far behind with a total of 631 points.

After the jury’s vote, Britain jumped to the top of the leaderboard with 283 points, scoring an additional 183 points. From the general public, it is in second place with 466.

Surprising: It's after the country has been left rugged after Britain took second place in the Eurovision Final, the highest place in the country for over 20 years.Photo: Sam Rider

Surprising: It’s after the country has been left rugged after Britain took second place in the Eurovision Final, the highest place in the country for over 20 years.Photo: Sam Rider

Despite the poor history of Britain’s Eurovision in recent years, the 32-year-old Samrider surprisingly broke the trend with Spaceman’s popular performance and countered the “zero point” trend.

And Graham Norton couldn’t help expressing his surprise as Britain kept sneaking up on the leaderboard, humorously insisting that it wasn’t “non-glitch” or “sketching.”

In response to his success in the final at the Para-Olympia Arena in Turin, Sam spewed out:

Wow! The UK came incredibly second in the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday, following years of “null points.” This is the highest place in the country for over 20 years.

Joy: Ukraine won after 439 points in the general vote and a total of 631. Meanwhile, the UK came in second with 466 points.

Joy: Ukraine won after 439 points in the general vote and a total of 631. Meanwhile, the UK came in second with 466 points.

Viewers were similarly shocked by the popularity of the UK as “what’s happening” began to rapidly become a trend on Twitter as tensions increased during scoring.

One tweeted: “The fact that what’s happening is trending as the whole UK is collectively fainted about the fact that the whole UK isn’t a perfect Paria in #Eurovision. love.”

Another post:’Did France give Britain 12 points? What’s happening? !! Are you all okay? # Eurovision’

Third addition:’What’s happening ?????? Somehow it has become a multiverse? Why is everyone giving British points ?? “

Surprised: Viewers used Twitter to share their shocks as “what’s happening” began to become a trend on Twitter.

Exciting: The UK jumped to the top of the jury trial leaderboard (pictured) before finishing second in the general vote at Saturday's final Eurovision Song Contest.

Exciting: The UK jumped to the top of the jury trial leaderboard (pictured) before finishing second in the general vote at Saturday’s final Eurovision Song Contest.

And the fourth said:’I don’t know what’s going on, but I’m alive !!! #UnitedKingdom #EUROVISION. ‘

While the fifth pen is being written: “The UK reaction to doing well with EVs is that what’s happening is trending.”

Another addition:’Was the UK second in Eurovision? !! What a mess. ”

And one joked. Can I send @SamRyderMusic to Eurovision every year? ”

TikTok’s star Sam, who made a name for himself with the lockdown cover of the video sharing platform, changed Britain’s misfortune after scoring zero points for the past two years.

Delight: TikTok's star Sam, who made a name for himself with the lockdown cover of the video sharing platform, changed Britain's misfortune after scoring zero points for the past two years.

Delight: TikTok’s star Sam, who made a name for himself with the lockdown cover of the video sharing platform, changed Britain’s misfortune after scoring zero points for the past two years.

In the green room, delighted Sam said:’Honestly, this is great. It’s evil.

“We have come here and signed up to enjoy and sing music, and I know that this year all the artists involved have absolutely broken it.

“Everyone was their own achievement and all the achievements of Eurovision. Peace of unity, love, unity, inclusiveness, expression.

‘Thank you for bringing us, thank you [it].. ”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson congratulated Sam on his performance and tweeted.

winner!Despite Britain's success, it was the Ukrainian Kalush Orchestra who won the crown after impressing viewers with Stephania's inspiring performance.

winner!Despite Britain’s success, it was the Ukrainian Kalush Orchestra who won the crown after impressing viewers with Stephania’s inspiring performance.

Despite Britain’s success, it was the Ukrainian Kalush Orchestra who won the crown after impressing viewers with Stefania’s inspiring performance during the Ukrainian War.

The group of rappers Oleh Psiuk, Ihor Didenchuk, Vlad Kurochka, Symofii Muzychuk and Oleksandr Slobodianyk fused rap and folk and marveled at the performance featuring breakdance, flute and bold ensembles.

After going on stage, they thanked everyone who helped their country during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

After they were revealed as champions and played the second song, they said: “Thank you, thank you very much.”

Men of their age are now fighting for their country for their hometown, so they were given special permission to travel to Italy.

Impressive: The group of rappers Oleh Psiuk, Ihor Didenchuk, Vlad Kurochka, Symofii Muzychuk and Oleksandr Slobodianyk was amazed at their performance.

Impressive: The group of rappers Oleh Psiuk, Ihor Didenchuk, Vlad Kurochka, Symofii Muzychuk and Oleksandr Slobodianyk was amazed at their performance.

The band described the song as a homage to their mother:

“That’s why we have been successful domestically, and we hope we can find such a reception internationally. We take the old one and it sounds modern. will do so.”

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson immediately praised Ukraine, saying that their victory “clearly reflects not only your talent, but your unwavering support for the fight for freedom.”

He writes: ‘Congratulations to Ukraine for winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2022.

“It clearly reflects your talent, as well as your unwavering support for the fight for freedom.”

Gratitude: After going on stage, the group thanked everyone who helped their country during Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Gratitude: After going on stage, the group thanked everyone who helped their country during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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