British fans who have travelled to Copenhagen to support the UK's entry Molly Smitten-Downes at this year's Eurovision Song Contest showed their support outside the city's B&W Hallerne Arena.
The 27-year-old UK hopeful will perform Children of the Universe, a song she composed herself.
The UK's Eurovision hopeful Molly Smitten-Downes has been meeting fans in Copenhagen ahead of tonight's final.
Former music student Molly is hoping for success performing 'Children of the Universe', a song she composed herself.
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Unknown singer Molly Smitten-Downes has been unveiled as the hopeful who BBC chiefs believe could help to raise the UK's flagging fortunes after recent flops at Eurovision.
The 26-year-old from Leicestershire has been chosen to perform her self-written song Children Of The Universe.
She will compete in front of a potential TV audience of 120 million at the contest in Copenhagen on May 10.
"To represent the United Kingdom in such a huge competition, not only as a singer and performer but as a songwriter is an unbelievable honour. I hope I can do us proud," the singer said.
Molly Smitten-Downes has been writing songs for a decade and has supported acts such as Jake Bugg, Tinie Tempah and Labrinth.