LONDON-The UK’s first Eurovision singer, Patricia Bredin, has died aged 88. The Hull-born actress and singer was just 22 years old when she performed at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1957. She was picked after being discovered at the Savoy in London. She also acted in a number of films, appearing alongside Ian Carmichael and Sid James. Ms Bredin, who married Canadian millionaire Charles MacCulloch and moved to Nova Scotia, passed away on Sunday, her family confirmed.