Here is an interview with Bonnie Tyler by South Wales Evening Post which were published on May 26th with a stunning picture that i have just found! Sorry for the delay.
Speaking about the eurovision song contest Bonnie told:
"I was aware of the support I was getting from Swansea, and I was thrilled. Even yesterday, I was in the Uplands and I had van drivers shouting 'well done Bonnie' at me. And in Newton Road there were people in windows and they were waving at me. The Evening Post was great too and got behind me, I loved the cut-out mask they printed. The support has been fantastic. My husband Robert competed in the Olympics at judo, so I'm chuffed we can both now say we have represented our country. I knew I was never going to win, I said that before the competition, because things are too political now. But it was great promotion for my album, Rocks and Honey. I recorded it in Nashville, which is a wonderful musical city, and you couldn't help but be inspired it. I worked with some great musicians. It's very busy, but I enjoy doing it and I'm very lucky. And I always come back to Swansea - it is my home".