Bonnie Tyler has spoken of her 2013 entry in the Eurovision Song Contest and says she hopes the show will be about the music - but is worried about the x-rated antics of some of her rivals in the show.
The 61-year-old's instantly recognisable voice has given her career a longevity few singers enjoy, but she says she can't compete with other acts stripping off.
"It's a tricky one the Eurovision Song Contest because it's not all about the music, is it?" she tells the Mail Online. "Some of the videos... I've just been shown a few and I can't compete with the some of them stripping off."
However, she also says she thinks that she has a good chance if the contest is judged on vocals and musical performance.
"If we go by the music I've got a very good chance I think, but it's not all about that is it? It's political as you know.
"Usually the UK votes for Ireland and Ireland votes for the UK. But I am successful in a lot of European countries so hopefully this might do a bit of a turn around, but I'm just going to try my best.
Watch the video for Bonnie's entry 'Believe In Me' below
"I'd love to win it, don't get me wrong," she adds.
Bonnie's career started when she was just 17, and she went on to record classics like 'Total Eclipse Of The Heart' and 'Holding Out For A Hero'.
Below: Eurovision's worst - from schoolgirls to Scooch