The reunited boy band are clearly feeling optimistic - their track is even called I Can - but they'll face tough competition from the hotly tipped French entry, while last year's winner, Germany's Lena Meyer-Landrut, is hoping to become the first performer to score back-to-back Eurovision victories.
What does LML stand for?
LML stands for Lena Meyer-Landrut (German singer)
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Blue will also be facing last year''s winner, Germany''s Lena Meyer-Landrut, who is hoping to become the first performer to score back-to-back Eurovision victories.
Jedward will also have to fight off last year's winner, Germany's Lena Meyer-Landrut, as well as Dana International, who won it for Israel in 1998.
Lena Meyer-Landrut, 19, from Hanover, took the title, with her song Satellite receiving 246 points.
The last time Cyprus participated in the Eurovision final was in 2004 with Lisa Andreas singing Stronger Every Minute, which came in fifth place Lilygreen's ballad, Life Looks Better in Spring received praise from voters, but he faces some tough competition from the German frontrunner, Lena Meyer-Landrut, who is looking for the first German victory since 1982 with the poppy summer hit, "Satellite".
No wonder Germany's Lena Meyer-Landrut won with a song that was light years ahead in style, punch and performance.
Lena Meyer-Landrut had eccentric delivery, a kind of electric, staccato, Eurythmics-infl uenced tempo that stopped me snoring momentarily.