🇸🇪 Melodifestivalen 2023 Host Cities and Dates Announced

The dates and host cities for the Swedish Eurovision selection, Melodifestivalen, are now known. The contest will take place in six cities and commence on February 4th.

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🇬🇧 Official: United Kingdom to Host Eurovision 2023

Earlier in the season, the EBU announced that Ukraine would not be in a position to host next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The EBU were in talks with second place nation the United Kingdom, and it is now official that they will indeed host Eurovison 2023.

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🇨🇿 Czech Republic Wins Eurovision Young Musicians 2022

Eurovision Young Musicians is complete, with Daniel Matejča winning the contest for the Czech Republic. This marks the nation’s first win at Eurovision Young Musicians, and their first win at any Eurovision contest since Eurovision Young Dancers in 2003.

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✨ Eurovision Format Expands to Latin America

The Eurovision Song Contest format is heading abroad once again, with plans for a Latin American edition of the contest.

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🇮🇹 Gianni Morandi Returns to Sanremo As Co-Host

Gianni Morandi will return to Sanremo in 2023 as a Co-Host with Creative Director, Amadeus. This is not the first time hosting the contest, having done so in 2011 and 2012.

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🇫🇷 France To Continue With ‘C’est vous qui décidez’ in 2023

French broadcaster France Télévisions confirmed C’est vous qui décidez as the selection format for Eurovision 2023.

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🇮🇱 Noa Kirel to Fly Israeli Flag at Eurovision 2023

Noa Kirel will represent Israel at Eurovision 2023 after an internal selection by IPBC. Israel is the first to announce their representative for the 2023 season.

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Eurovision 2023 Will Not Be Held in Ukraine: EBU Release Statement

The European Broadcasting Union released a statement regarding next year’s host nation. Ukraine won this year’s Eurovision Song Contest with Kalush Orchestra and their song, ‘Stefania”. However, due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, the EBU determined that it is not viable to host within Ukraine. Read the statement below:

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OGAE Second Chance Contest Entries Revealed

The list of entries competing in this year’s OGAE second chance round is now known. OGAE Norway organised the competition after KEiiNO won the 2021 contest with the song ‘Monument’.

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EBU Release Statement Regarding Irregular Voting

At the conclusion of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, the EBU announced some irregularities with the jury voting in the second semi-final. The EBU has now revealed more information on the voting of those juries, and why they were considered irregular. The six juries in question are Azerbaijan, Georgia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania and San Marino.

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