The following is my top five for this years contest which takes place in Malmo, Sweden and are in no particular order.
Azerbaijan - Hold Me by Farid Mammadov.
Given his good lucks, I think he will place very highly in the contest with the female votes he is bound to receive.
Germany - Glorious by Cascada.
Now I will let you into a little secret..I always thought Cascada were a British act?
Lead singer Natalie Horler does have British parents so you can't blame me for thinking that.
With album sales of over five million and hits in many countries, the group are very popular and I will be astonished if they do not finish top ten.
Russia - What If by Dina Garipova.
San Marino - Crisalide by Valentina Monetta.
I absolutely love this song and may go as far to say that this is the one I would like to win.
Valentina previously represented her country with the awful The Social Network Song (she finished 14th in the semi-final) but she gives an astounding performance for this song and surely deserves her place in the final?
United Kingdom - Believe in Me by Bonnie Tyler.
Now I know I said that we stood a good chance last year with good old Englebert and we failed miserably but with Bonnie, I truly believe we will finish top five with this marvellous song. Her husky tones are back and I was wrong to think she was past it.
Bonnie has sold millions of records, had numerous hits all over the world and been nominated for a Brit award twice and a Grammy three times. She is quite simply a world class recording artist. With a fan base in the millions, will she at last restore the UK's fortunes in Eurovision? If she gives a brilliant performance on the night, then we can only hope she can.
So there we have it, my top five for this years Eurovision. Do you agree with any of my choices or do you think the top five will read differently?
Tune in on Saturday 18th May for Eurovision 2013 and may the best song win.
Until next time, I bid thee farewell.