Are you ready for the London 2012 Olympic song?
WE'VE tittered at the logo and are still puzzling over the mascots - now get ready for London 2012's Olympic song.
MADCAP: Bjork performs during the opening ceremony of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens (Getty Images)
With the news that Universal Music will become a consultant to organisers Locog on all matters musical, will Amy Winehouse, one of their headline acts and a proud Londoner too, get be a star of the show?
The fag-puffing soul diva, who strangely always appears to have a heavy cold, is unlikely to be stronger and faster but may just be higher than the entire Bulgarian weightlifting team.
However, thankfully the World Anti-Doping Agency don't organise post-ceremony testing for the performers.
According to a recent survey, 69 percent of fans want a classical anthem - although the research was carried out by the Association of British Orchestras, unlikely to be big fans of Dizzee Rascal.
Heather Small's ‘Proud' was used as the anthem of the bid and has been adopted by the British Olympic Association as their unofficial tune of choice, I even know one medallist who walked down the aisle to it.
Heather - last spotted as a panelist of Channel's Five's ‘The Wright Stuff' - would surely be grateful for a chance to reprise and the associated royalties.
Then again the song was also used as the theme for US weight loss reality TV show, The Biggest Loser, hardly a very Olympian ideal.
So what have London got to live up to?
It would be fair to say that whatever they come up with, the previous competition has not set the bar very high.
So, in the spirit of the Eurovision Song Contest - held this weekend in Norway - let's have a look back at the Olympic songs of the past two decades and see who gets the votes of the Sportsbeat jury.