By on 15 July, 2010

Flamboyant pop star MIKA has reportedly been approached to compose a song for the UK entry in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest.

Josh Dubovie (who represented the UK earlier this year) was left red-faced after placing last in the annual contest with a song written by record producer Pete Waterman.

Now show producers want MIKA, who was born in Lebanon but raised in London, to fly the flag for Britain by pitching a better track to compete in the European song competition.

A BBC source tells The Sun newspaper:

“It’s always a difficult call trying to get a decent song together for Eurovision, as this year proved. We had Pete Waterman overseeing it this year but we still came last. Mika has all the right ingredients to make a successful song. We hope he says yes.”

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