When asked to comment on her domestic career, the ambitious artist had this to say: "I feel that it's a whole lot harder to prove myself as an artist here in Belgium. Perhaps my albums sound too international? Or maybe I spend too little time promoting my career at home? You have to keep busy or people soon forget who you are." Ryan swiflty moved on to the subject of her past participation at the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest with Je T'Adore, which caused one of the biggest upsets that year, when she failed to qualify. She spoke frankly about her experiences during her time as the Belgian entrant: "At the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006, I suppose I had begun to analyse my image, learning how to present myself on stage....major thing started to happen in all aspects of my life."
As mentioned earlier on Eurovisionary, Ryan's new album also has a Eurovision connection, namely in the guise of a duet with one time winner and former Swedish entrant, Charlotte Perrelli. This newest partnership gave De Standaard the perfect opportunity to broach the subject of another possible participation for Ryan. When asked directly about whether she would do it all again, she was suprisingly positive to the topic (bearing in mind her dissappointment and negative reaction in 2006): "When I didn't make the final back then, of course it was a setback for me, at the time it was a natural reaction. But the experience itself was invaluable. If either RTBF or VRT were to approach me again about future participation, I would be open to the idea, but it would have to be on my terms. I would want much more control this time around. When I entered Eurovision with Je T'Adore, I had a great act, but VRT suddenly wanted to make changes. Their intentions were good, but it left me feeling very uncomfortable. The whole of Belgium was so dissappointed."