The 2009 finalist on the ITV series was voted by the public last Friday to represent us in Ukraine in May.
And Lucie told BBC Breakfast this morning: “It would be pointless if I went there and I wasn’t trying to win.
“I’ll do what I can to try and make the UK proud.”
However in the wake of Brexit, does Lucie stand any chance?
She said: "We always talk about this political voting. This year, I’m looking forward to going to be part of an event that is globally unifying.
“Eurovision is all about unity and what a great year to be an ambassador for our country, I’ll deal with it when I get there."
With the contest still months away and most songs and singers from the 43 entrants still to be chosen, it's hard to say how good a shot Lucie has right.
But bookies aren't too convinced we'll do much better than we have in the past - only making the top 10 twice since the year 2000 - offering odds of 50/1 that Lucie will win the whole thing.