UK Eurovision contestant talks about resisting bullying

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Michael Rice represented the UK this year on the Eurovision Song Contest with a song called “Bigger Than Us.” And even though he could not get to the high place, this song is a personal win for him, because when he was a little bo9y he was convinced that he would never be successful, and now he sings on behalf of the whole country on one of the biggest stages in the world to spread a message that bullying is inappropriate. When Michael Rice participated in The X Factor in 2014, he got eliminated after the bootcamp stage. Four years later, he entered BBC One’s singing competition All Together Now and won with Leonard’s Cohen “Hallelujah.” Rice won the Eurovision: You Decide contest earlier this year with his song “Bigger Than Us,” which is a tribute to his late dad, who taught him that all people should be proud of who they are, and gender, race, sexuality or any other feature should never be considered an obstacle.

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