2012-05-28 | 15:26:26 | Eurovision 2012

"Ingen mer Eurovision för vår del"

It's U2's turn: Jedward say they won't do Eurovision again (unless the Irish President asks)
Posted on May 28, 2012 at 6:35 AM
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Jedward jetted home from Azerbaijan yesterday and insisted: "Ireland can still win the Eurovision ."

But the wacky twins, 20, admitted they won't be hoping to head back to Eurovision for a third year running - unless the President asks them to do it.

Now the lads want U2 to man up and represent Ireland at next year's concert in Sweden - to ensure Ireland definitely win again.

Edward said: "I think Ireland is going to win next year with somebody else."

"I think Bono should go. Or Robbie Williams."

John smiled: "I think we'll leave it to somebody else to do it next year. We'll leave it to a new artist out there who is undiscovered.

"Ireland do have a chance of winning - we've won seven times before."

Edward added: "We never know what will happen. If the President rings us up and says, 'John and Edward, we need you. Seriously we need you guys'. Then we'll think about it."

The lads were mobbed by more than 500 fans who turned up to welcome them home at Dublin Airport - with some even chasing them around the car park.

Despite coming a disappointing 19th place with Waterline in Baku , the boys want to help pick next year's entrant - who needs to be just as energetic as them.

John said: "It's about getting the whole nation involved - with us everybody wanted to watch it.

"The person who does it next year needs to have a good following."

Edward added: "We could have our own TV show on RTE to find the next person to represent Ireland."

And the Dubliners believe they could have been scuppered by dopey fans who managed to get the number of their performance wrong.

Edward said: "I think they could have got their votes mixed up between 24 and 23 - maybe they got the number wrong.

"Maybe they thought we were 24 and voted for Serbia."

But the Grimes brothers insisted they won't be sobbing over their poor result - and promised they will use their flat hair again.

John said: "We're never disappointed because we've gained so many fans. We've been to a totally different part of the world, we never imagined we'd be to."

Edward added: "I think it was good that me and John introduced flat hair because before that it was an undercurrent thing, so it's good that so many people saw us with flat hair. And yes we will use flat hair again."

The boys also revealed they were happy that Sweden took the trophy home - after becoming good pals with Loreen who was staying at their hotel.

John said: "We were friends with Loreen so it's really great that she won.

"We used to see her at breakfast each morning and she's really cool."

Mirror.co.uk


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Isa


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