Eurovision Star Sam Ryder On His Rise To Fame, A-List Celebrity Fans & UK Hosting Eurovision 2023|LW

Eurovision star sam ryder on his rise to fame, a-list celebrity fans & uk hosting eurovision 2023|lw

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Sam Ryder wowed Eurovision 2022 crowds and made the UK proud, as he secured second place with his song ‘Space Man’. Now he’s joining us to talk about his brand new single, ‘Somebody’ and debut album ‘There’s Nothing But Space, Man!’. We’ll be hearing about his well-deserved rise to fame, his A-list celebrity fans, and the UK preparing to host Eurovision 2023.

From series 26, broadcast on 29/09/2022

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