All is not lost for Rylan Clark. Despite being the latest X Factor contestant to be sent home, it looks like his 15 minutes might not be up quite yet.
According to The Metro, Rylan is eyeing up next year's Eurovision contest with the hope of entering.
Rylan said, "If the country wanted me to represent them (at Eurovision) then I’d happily fly the flag."
And the 24-year-old singer would be perfect for the show, which is already used to X Factor contestants - Jedward have entered two years in a row for Ireland.
Bookies William Hill are currently offering odds of 16/1 that he represents the UK next year.
Spokesperson Mark Young said, "Rylan has really turned the public opinion of him since the live shows started, a number one record may not be far off and we are hearing chat that a Eurovision stint is a possibility."
Let's be honest, Rylan wouldn't be anywhere near the worst person we've entered.
Remember: this happened.
Eurovision isn't the only TV show that Rylan is setting his sights on, with rumours that he could star on both The Only Way Is Essex and Celebrity Big Brother in the future.
Rylan has hinted that he may have a cameo role in next week's live TOWIE episode, telling Yahoo OMG!, "There is a live episode and I may be part of it, it could definitely happen. I am up for anything and I’ve got a lot of friends there so a week today, who knows."
The Sun is also reporting that the producers of Celebrity Big Brother have approached Rylan to take part in the new series next year.
Watch the UK 2011 entry, Blue, with 'I Can' below:
Below: the worst UK eurovision performances all time
Javine - 'Touch My Fire' - She may have not made the cut for Girls Aloud and after a failed solo career Javine represented the UK in the 2005 Eurovision.
Jemini - 'Cry Baby' - The band ended up in twenty sixth place at the 2003 Eurovision but were criticised for being off key and scoring the dreaded ‘nul points’.
Andy Abraham - 'Even If' - The X Factor finalist was voted to represent the UK at the 2008 Eurovision contest with his entry ‘Even If’
Samantha Janus - 'A Message To Your Heart' - The Eastenders actress came tenth in the 1991 Eurovision contest.
Daz Sampson - Teenage Life - The UK DJ thought he’d give Eurovision a go in 2006. His track ‘Teenage Life’ came nineteenth.
Scooch - Flying The Flag - Dressed as members of a flight crew what could you not love about Scooch? Alot apparently as their 2007 entry same twenty second in the contest.
Nicki French: 'Don't Play That Song Again' - Known by many for her 1995 dance cover of ‘Total Eclpise Of The Heart’, Nicki French represented the UK at Eurovision in 2000. Her entry ‘Don’t Play That Song’ finished sixteenth in the competition.
Josh Dubovie - 'That Sounds Good To Me' - Last year’s Eurovision hopeful Josh Dubovie was dubbed the worst UK entry of all time after his 2010 performance of ‘That Sounds Good To Me’.
Love City Groove - 'Love City Groove' - Love City Groove’s self-titled entry at the 1995 Eurovision contest may have charted at number seven in the UK charts but only managed to reach number ten in the contest.
Black Lace - 'Mary Ann' - Black Lace’s 1979 entry at the Eurovison came a respectable seventh place.