The perfect Scots for Eurovision: 13 Scottish artists for Eurovision voted by Scotsman readers

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The UK entry for Eurovision has been announced who (unsurprisingly at this point) isn’t Scottish, but what if they could be?

Eurovision 2023 is just around the corner as the hit song contest is set to take place in Liverpool. The Ukrainian entry Kalush Orchestra won last year’s competition so it should take place in the victors’ home country but it’s not possible due to conflict with Russia.

That said, every year fans eagerly anticipate the announcement of who will represent their country in the competition, an honour which falls to Mae Muller from London this year. While we congratulate her achievement, we still can’t help but wonder… Which Scottish artist would be up for it?

It wouldn’t be the first time either as Glasgow-born popstar Lulu famously represented the nation in Eurovision 1969 with her hit song “Boom-bang-a-bang”. That’s why we asked you, our Scotsman readers, who the ‘Ultimate Scottish Eurovision entry would be’ and you offered some - largely nostalgic - answers.

As voted by all of you, here are 13 Scottish artists that would be perfect for Eurovision.