Cocker Denies Writing Eurovision Song

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Former Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker has denied he will be writing a song for the Eurovision Song Contest. Earlier this year (07), the 44-year-old expressed interest in penning Britain's entry track for the international competition, insisting "the door is always open". But a spokesman for singer has indicated a change of mind, saying, "Sorry, but I wouldn't hold your breath on that one."


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