Olly Alexander gives a first look at his Eurovision track titled Dizzy as fans go WILD for the ‘instant banger’: ‘It’s a winner!’

Olly Alexander gave a first look at his Eurovision track entitled Dizzy on Wednesday.

Years and Years lead singer and It’s A Sin actor, 33, shared a clip on Twitter singing a few lines of the catchy song to get fans excited.

He wore a stylish gray waistcoat and skirt as he belted out the electronic pop hit on a roof as Eurovision fanatics labeled it an ‘instant banger’.

Olly wrote in the caption: ‘Hello! here’s the first tease of my @eurovision song ‘dizzy’ !! oh i’m so excited!!!! I love you !!’

Scott Mills replied saying: ‘YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA here we gooooo!’, while Eurovision host Rylan Clark said: ‘So proud!’

Olly Alexander gave a first look at his Eurovision track entitled Dizzy on Wednesday

Olly Alexander gave a first look at his Eurovision track titled Dizzy on Wednesday

Years and Years lead singer and It's A Sin actor, 33, shared a clip on Twitter singing a few lines of the catchy song to get fans excited

Years and Years lead singer and It’s A Sin actor, 33, shared a clip on Twitter singing a few lines of the catchy song to get fans excited

Another fan wrote: ‘This is SOOOOO @eurovision @alexander_olly and you are so freaking HOT… you are going to win boy. Bring it home to mummy.’

A third said: ‘We knew it was going to be a banger. Sounds early 2000s.’

Someone else said, ‘ok, now I’M Dizzy! I love it, love it, love it! xx.’

Eurovision takes place in May after Swedish singer Loreen took victory at last year’s show in Liverpool, bringing Sweden’s total wins to seven, tying the country with Ireland.

In May 2023, the UK came second last with London singer Mae Muller taking over as host of the ceremony after Ukraine was unable to because of the conflict.

This year, Olly will be the UK contestant, with hopes high after the tin of the song was revealed.

The Eurovision Song Contest has the first semi-final on 7 May and the second semi-final on 9 May.

The grand final is on May 11.

It comes after Olly’s fans thought they had worked out the name of the singer’s Eurovision song in December after he was revealed as the UK’s 2024 entry.

He wore a stylish waistcoat and skirt as he belted out the electronic pop hit on a roof as Eurovision fanatics branded it an 'instant banger'.

He wore a stylish waistcoat and skirt as he belted out the electronic pop hit on a roof as Eurovision fanatics branded it an ‘instant banger’.

Scott Mills replied saying: 'YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA  here we gooooo!', while Eurovision host Rylan Clark said: 'So proud!'

Scott Mills replied saying: ‘YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA here we gooooo!’, while Eurovision host Rylan Clark said: ‘So proud!’

Another fan said: 'We knew it was going to be a banger.  Sounds early 2000s,' while someone else said: 'ok, now I AM Dizzy!  I love it, love it, love it!  xx'

Another fan said: ‘We knew it was going to be a banger. Sounds early 2000s,’ while someone else said: ‘ok, now I AM Dizzy! I love it, love it, love it! xx’

The star took to Twitter to share a video after his place in the competition was announced during the Strictly Come Dancing final.

Olly confirmed the news on his page, standing against the backdrop of a scene that included Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, a red telephone box and a bus.

In the video, he said: ‘Hello Europe and Australia! This is Olly Alexander calling, I can’t believe I’m about to say this but I’m the UK entry for Eurovision.

‘I can’t believe it, I’m so excited! It’s a dream come true, I can’t wait and I’ll see you all in Sweden next year.’

After the track dropped, eagle-eyed fans started guessing what all the clues in the video meant and concluded that it could be the name of the track.

One person on Twitter collected all the ‘easter eggs’ and shared his thoughts online as many declared him a ‘genius’ for working them out.

They wrote: ‘The Olly Alexander video contains the number 4, 26, 26 and 25. The letters corresponding to DZZ Y. The large hand of the clock is a 1. The (dizzy) emoji is on the telephone box. The UK entry is called Dizzy.’

Many applauded the person’s efforts, but one person pointed out their own theory, which they said made more sense.

They wrote: ‘There are also 9 (dizzy) emojis. 9 + I which makes more sense than the big hand theory. I think you’re on to something here!’

Another said: ‘It’s 5 past 4. Could this be the release date? 5 days left (4) April – 5 April? It’s a Friday, which is typically when new music is released.’

Congratulating the detective, one person said: ‘First Girls Aloud, now this… you’re a pop culture Poirot.’

The user – whose online name is Shane Reaction – replied: ‘A plague on pop girls and gays everywhere.’

Another person joked: ‘Have you ever considered a job with Her Majesty’s MI5.’

Another said: ‘If this is correct I’d be very impressed wow.. MI6 should hire you!’

Another person said: ‘Dua did something very similar for Houdini so has potential to be true. Her management team is also involved in Eurovision, isn’t it?’

The UK could finally be poised for another Eurovision win after Olly was announced as the country’s artist.

The odds of the UK winning have suddenly shortened to become favorites for the first time in 27 years.

The UK has not won Eurovision since Katrina & The Waves performed Love Shine a Light in 1997.

This year, Olly will be the UK contestant, with hopes high after the tin of the song was revealed

This year, Olly will be the UK contestant, with hopes high after the tin of the song was revealed

In May 2023, the UK came second last with London singer Mae Muller taking over as host of the ceremony after Ukraine was unable to due to the conflict

In May 2023, the UK came second last with London singer Mae Muller taking over as host of the ceremony after Ukraine was unable to due to the conflict

The star took to Twitter to share a video after his place in the competition was announced during the Strictly Come Dancing final (seen on Strictly)

The star took to Twitter to share a video after his place in the competition was announced during the Strictly Come Dancing final (seen on Strictly)

Olly confirmed the news on his page, standing against the backdrop of a scene that included Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, a red telephone box and a bus.

Olly confirmed the news on his page, standing against the backdrop of a scene that included Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, a red telephone box and a bus.

Eurovision takes place in May after Swedish singer Loreen took victory at last year's show in Liverpool

Eurovision takes place in May after Swedish singer Loreen took victory at last year’s show in Liverpool

Before that, the UK took the win in 1981 with Bucks Fizz’s Makin’ Your Mind Up, and in 1976 with Brotherhood of Man’s Save Your Kisses for Me.

In 1969, Lulu, performing Boom Bang-a-Bang, came first in a four-way tie with France, the Netherlands and Spain.

The UK’s first Eurovision win came 11 years after the annual competition launched with Sandie Shaw’s Puppet on a String in 1967.

Yet there is now potential for a sixth British victory if the odds are to be believed.