However, it has been announced that there will be airing an alternative Eurovision show this weekend, the same weekend the actual contest was suppose to take place in The Netherlands.
However, the band, which also includes Jay Aston, were up against some stiff opposition.
The Host City for the 65th Eurovision Song Contest was announced during Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light, which was broadcast by EBU Members and Associates in over 40 countries in place of this year's Grand Final on 16 May.
We'll be watching "Eurovision 2020", it is Europe, Shine A Light, along with our music observer Artur Gasparyan and journalist Ilya Legostaev - I expect them mini-reviews, and, after the show, a large musical review.
"Now more than ever it is important that we, as a public broadcaster, are committed to continuing this European tradition and are organizing a great event that people can look forward to during these hard times".
Instead, a series of programmes will be aired on the BBC to honor the 64-year history of Eurovision and the 41 entries to its 2020 installment.
Israel's Eurovision victor from 1979, Gali Atari, will also sing her hit Hallelujah alongside a choir featuring past participants from the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
As I stated, there's no main competitors this year- it's simply a wondrous party of what would certainly have been a dazzling Eurovision year.
Opening up proceedings on the special tonight was three-time victor, Johnny Logan, of Ireland, who performed his track What's Another Year.
BBC's Eurovision host Graham Norton and Dutch YouTube star NikkieTutorials will also make appearances during the live broadcast.
Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light will air on RTÉ One from 8pm to 10pm tonight. Also the screen will appear with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra is in Rotterdam was to become the capital of the Performed.