F1 star hilariously introduces himself in a two-word tweet about representing his country in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest

CHARLES LECLERC has hilariously campaigned to represent Monaco in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest.

The Ferrari star is better known for his skills on the Formula 1 track than his singing skills.

Monaco has qualified again for the Eurovision Song Contest


Monaco has qualified again for the Eurovision Song ContestPhoto credit: Getty
Charles Leclerc has suggested his name


Charles Leclerc has suggested his namePhoto credit: Getty

Monaco is eligible to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time since 2021.

The last time the country took part in the song contest was in 2006.

After this competition, the country withdrew from the 2007 edition due to poor results and three failed qualifications.

Now, Monaco could be back at the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 due to the launch of TV Monaco and its membership in the European Broadcasting Union.

Leclerc, 25, responded to the news on social media by joking with two words that he was ready to get involved and perform.

On Twitter he wrote: “I’m ready 🎤.”

And Leclerc’s fans were delighted with his proposal to go on stage in Malmö, Sweden.

One fan commented: “Omg Charles Leclerc Eurovision debut 🤩.”

A second wrote: “Don’t worry Charles I’ve got your post covered!”


A third said: “Let’s go.”

A fourth added: “Making this a reality 🙏.”

Many fans have also shared clips of the F1 star singing, showing he may need to work on his vocals if he wants to qualify.

A clip shows Leclerc attempting to sing Adore You by Harry Styles and Valarie by Amy Winehouse.

The Monegasque driver currently sits 8th in the 2023 Drivers’ Championship, while Ferrari sits in third place.


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