The steps are divided on the concept of taking part within the Eurovision Tune Contest.
Whereas Ian ‘H’ Watkins, Lisa Scott-Lee and Claire Richards would fortunately signify the UK on the annual music extravaganza, their bandmates Faye Tozer and Lee Latchford-Evans are way more reluctant as they consider it may injury their “wonderful legacy”.
Faye advised Day by day Star Sunday columnist Ed Gleave: “We’re a divided camp inside the band.
I might do it tomorrow. Lisa and Claire would in all probability need to, too. However I am not a lot in favor of that.”
Lee added: “It is a very combined discipline and I agree with Faye.
“We would love to do it for the expertise if all the opposite events weren’t there: the zero factors, the politics.”
Faye continued: “Now we have an unbelievable legacy behind us, I do not assume it is doing us any favors. It is the entire ‘zero factors’ factor.”
The ‘One For Sorrow’ hitmakers had been introduced up with the chance earlier of their careers, however “particular guidelines” surrounding participation dominated them out.
Faye defined, “They contacted us within the early days. However there are particular guidelines: I do not assume you may launch music throughout a sure time frame or chart.
“Luckily for me, we by no means match into that class and we could not do it.”
Claire has beforehand admitted that the group “may” do Eurovision and that it might be an “wonderful” expertise, however she would even be frightened about ending final.
She mentioned: “I am at all times the one to say, ‘No, completely not!’ However then I take a look at it and assume we may do it.
“There are at all times some texts that come and go.
“Truthfully, I believe if you happen to do this present, you may by no means go in anticipating to win and we would must have that angle.”
“We have at all times been so fortunate in every part we have finished and I believe the expertise could be wonderful.
“It is simply that feeling that we would not need to come final as a result of it might be actually dangerous.
“Nobody needs to be final, proper?”