Marina (25), Maiken (23) and Gemma (27) make up the all-girl-trio, one of two group acts performing on Friday 12 March hoping to take the UK to Eurovision.
The girls got together in London where they began performing cover songs and giving them their own stamp of jazzy, big band-style arrangements. Are they just a big fuss about nothing? Decide for yourself!
Favourite Eurovision memory:
Charlotte Nilsson's 'Take Me To Your Heaven', from 1999. She gave it 10/10.
'Let It Swing' (Bobbysocks) in 1985. Maiken has watched Eurovision from a young age, and remembers being particularly disappointed when Norway got three points in 2004.
'Love City Groove' from 1995, as well as 'Making Your Mind Up' (Bucks Fizz) and 'Love Shine A Light' (Katrina & The Waves).
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