Record shops say hardly anyone is buying the song Cry Baby.
HMV spokesman Gennaro Castaldo said: "Ordinarily, British Eurovision entries challenge for a top 10 place, but this one is nowhere near."
Jemini - Chris Cromby and Gemma Abbey - were hoping their performance in the competition would help them do well in the charts.
Up against Justin
But this week they're up against the likes of R Kelly, Justin Timberlake and S Club's
last ever single.
The group have blamed their dodgy performance on their sound equipment and anti-British voting.
Chris said: "It wasn't fair that we got nothing whatsoever, but we're going to keep
our chins up and hope the single does well."
With slow sales in most of the UK, it doesn't look like that's likely.
But they can feel better that at least in their home town, Liverpool, loads of people have been buying the single.