Stock & Waterman join UK team in Oslo

Pete Waterman and Mike Stock have been household names in the music world for a number of decades, and have enjoyed countless hits and successes over the years. This year, Pete took up the BBC's challenge to write an entry for the United Kingdom for the Eurovision Song Contest. One of Pete's key conditions upon accepting the offer was that his long time friend and associate Mike Stock was to join the project.

Steve Crosby, the third songwriter is no stranger to Europe's Favourite TV Show either, as he was the manager of the group Scooch in 2007 when they represented the United Kingdom with Flying The Flag in Helsinki.

Find out what Pete, Mike, Steve and Josh had to say during our interview by watching the video below.

    

Josh meets British ambassador

Josh also took time out of his schedule this week to pay a special visit to the British embassy in Oslo where he met ambassador Jane Owen at her residence where they had tea together and she wished him the very best of luck with the Contest on Saturday on behalf of the United Kingdom.  

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