This is Molly Smitten-Downes. She'll be representing the UK in this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
We played Molly 10 of the UK's most memorable Eurovision entries. She ranked them out of 12.
2007: Scootch, "Flying The Flag (For You)"
Although "Flying The Flag (For You)" reached No.5 in the UK Singles Chart, it only came 22nd in 2007's Eurovision.
2006: Daz Sampson, "Teenage Life"
"Teenage Life" reached No.8 in the UK Singles Charts, but Daz only came 19th in the competition.
2011: Blue, "I Can"
Blue finished in 11th place, and "I Can" peaked at No.16 on the UK's Official Singles Charts. It was Blue's lowest-charting UK single.
2013: Bonnie Tyler, "Believe In Me"
Bonnie Tyler came 19th in 2013's contest, and "Believe In Me" reached No.93 in the UK's Official Singles Chart the following day.
1973: Cliff Richard, "Power To All Our Friends"
Cliff Richard came 3rd in 1973 and "Power To All Our Friends" peaked at No.4 in the UK Singles Chart.
2009: Jade Ewan, "It's My Time"
Jade Ewan came 5th in 2009's Eurovision. It peaked at No.27 on the UK Singles Chart.
1969: Lulu, "Boom Bang-A-Bang"
"Boom Bang-A-Bang" was the joint winner of 1969's Eurovision with 3 other entries: Spain; the Netherlands; and France. It reached No.2 in the UK Singles Chart.
1996: Gina G, "Ooh Aah... Just A Little Bit"
Gina G came 8th in the competition and "Ooh Aah... Just A Little Bit" reached No.1 in the UK Singles Chart 2 months later.
1981: Bucks Fizz, "Making Your Mind Up"
Bucks Fizz, who formed especially for Eurovision, won the contest in 1981. "Making Your Mind Up" was a UK No.1 single.
1997: Katrina And The Waves, "Love Shine A Light"
Katrina and the Waves won 1997's Eurovision Song Contest. It peaked at No.3 on the UK Singles Chart.