Abba, Bucks Fizz and Conchita Wurst are among the artists to have made the BBC shortlist of the best Eurovision songs.
Saturday’s contest, which was due to be held in the Netherlands, was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
But the show must go on… and so UK instead viewers will be asked to vote for their all-time favourite on BBC One’s Eurovision: Come Together show.
Afterwards, the Europe Shine a Light show will then showcase all 41 songs that would have competed this year.
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The 19-strong song list was compiled by Eurovision experts and broadcasters, including Rylan Clark-Neal, Scott Mills, Ken Bruce, Adele Roberts and Mel Giedroyc, as well as former UK acts SuRie and Nicki French.
It includes the upbeat classic Waterloo, by Swedish foursome Abba, which won the competition in 1974.
Bucks Fizz achieved the same feat in 1981 for the UK with Making Your Mind Up, which also makes the cut alongside songs by three other British acts; Katrina and the Waves, Brotherhood of Man and (adopted Brit) Gina G.
Austrian singer and drag queen Conchita Hurst, is shortlisted for the cinematic-sounding Rise Like A Phoenix, which soared above the rest in 2014.
And the most recent winner on the list is Netta’s Toy, which gave Israel the title 2018.
She makes the grade alongside her compatriots Dana International, with their 1998-winning track, Diva.