BLUE member Antony Costa has admitted he cannot remember his 2011 Eurovision performance following the intense workload.
The singer, 41, took part in the singing contest with his bandmates in Germany following their reunion in 2011.
Despite coming 11th with their track I Can, Antony has confessed that the intense schedule has left him unable to recall anything from the contest.
Chatting with Betway Casino, he admitted: "It was great to perform and I loved the performance, but I don’t remember it at all.
"I only remember it when I look back. I don’t remember performing at all, but I can tell you how many interviews I did that day. It was like a whirlwind.”
Comparing competing in the contest to the World Cup, Antony added: "It’s effectively the World Cup of singing.
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"However, one thing I’ve always said and I’ll take this to the grave, it was the hardest ten days of work I’ve ever done in my life. It was a case of getting to Dusseldorf on Monday and we were there for 10 days.
"We got there a week before the gig, did the show, and then we came home.
"It was unbelievable, honestly, interviews, press conferences, photoshoots, and Eurovision parties."
The UK is hosting the 2023 contest on behalf of last year's winners Ukraine tonight.
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Singer Mae Muller is hoping to take home the crown with her track, I Wrote A Song.
However, Antony admitted that the pressure of performing to a home crown in Liverpool could make it even tougher for Mae to become the champion.
The boybander said: "I think she might have a lot of pressure because it’s in our home country in the UK. I do hope she does well and gets on to the left side of the leaderboard.
“I don’t know Mae and how she’ll deal with pressure, but I like to think that she’ll embrace it.
"Just go out there and enjoy it because it’s a once in a lifetime experience."
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