Graham Norton, Lulu and Sam Ryder signed up with a mock Eurovision evaluating panel in help of Comic Relief, which will saw the trio judge auditions from a range of popular faces.
The sketch included auditions, of differing quality, from the similarity star Jamie Dornan and Spandau Ballet star Tony Hadley.
Graham, 59, who will become part of the Eurovision Song Contest providing line-up when it pertains to Liverpool in May, said prior to tonight’s fundraising occasion: ‘It’s a wonderful coming together, all of us operate in a really ridiculous market and it’s terrific that we can all come together and do something that truly matters.’
Former UK Eurovision entrant Lulu, who won the contest in 1969, was asked what makes the best Eurovision tune.
‘If I understood, do not you believe I’d be composing them every year!’ she responded.
The 74-year-old Scottish vocalist protected the win – collectively with 3 other nations – in Madrid with her hit Boom Bang-A-Bang.
Last year’s 33-year-old UK Eurovision entrant Ryder, who came 2nd in the contest, revealed the memories he has of Comic Relief, stating: ‘I keep in mind seeing it with my moms and dads maturing, and I seem like that’s such an advantage and a present that I get to be included with things I liked as a kid, I’m getting to experience first-hand now, so I’m truly grateful.’
Comedian and starlet Miranda Hart was amongst the celebs who put themselves forward to ‘audition’ to be the UK’s Eurovision entrant throughout the sketch.
Pop group The Fizz – including Cheryl Baker, Mike Nolan and Jay Aston – and U2 frontman Bono likewise saw if they have what it requires Eurovision-worthwhile.