In anticipation of what the song representing each country in Eurovision 2012, we already know one of the artists who represent and defend with his song to the UK.
The BBC has announced that the international musical legend, Engelbert Humperdinck, will represent the UK in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012.
Humperdinck sings a song to be recorded soon between Los Angeles and Nashville and the production is by Sacha Skarbek (James Blunt) and Martin Terefe (Train), which is also responsible for the letter.
Remember Skaber Sacha was the co-writer of the song by James Blunt "You're beautiful".
Engelbert Humperdinck in a statement said: "I am excited to be invited by the BBC to represent the UK at Eurovision 2012! No doubt gladly accept. We are very proud to represent my country in the song!"
In this way, the UK leads to a heavyweight of all time song as Humperdinck has sold over 150 million records worldwide throughout her successful career, has received four Grammy nominations, a Globe gold for Entertainer of the year, 63 gold records and 24 platinum albums. It is also one of the few artists who has a star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood and Las Vegas.
The last time the UK won Eurovision was in 1997 when Katrina and The Waves won with the song "Love Shine A Light".
The Festival Song Contest Eurovision will be held in Baku, Azerbaijan on May 26, 2012.
Engelbert has been in the studio in London working on his next album that is made with Terefe and songs written by Dan Wilson (Adele / Dixie Chicks).
One of the best-known songs of Engelbert Humperdinck's version of "Release Me" which led him to the top of the international scene and that was in the Top 50 for 56 weeks.