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Eurovision 2022: Real-life of UK entry Sam Ryder from TikTok fame to running vegan cafe in Hawaii

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Being a Brit is usually a rather sad affair when you're watching the Eurovision Song Contest, especially in recent years. If the competition isn't cancelled because of a global pandemic, chances are the UK won't make it into the top half of the scoreboard - even if we have every faith in our entry that year.

After the heartbreak of watching James Newman come last with a gutting score of zero points in 2021 - and not getting to even compete the year before - those Eurovision fans among us are hoping that this year's competitor, Sam Ryder, has better luck with his song 'Space man'. Read more: Eurovision explains why Russia is banned from competing in 2022 competition But just who is Sam Ryder, where has he come from and, most importantly of all, does he have a shot at winning this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Turin for the UK - finally?

Born in Essex, Sam began singing when he was a child and is said was inspired to pursue a career in music after he saw Canadian rock band Sum 41 live in concert, MTV reports.

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