🇬🇧 Seven Cities in the Running to Host Eurovision 2023

Seven cities are still in the running to host Eurovision 2023. Due to the circumstances in Ukraine, the United Kingdom will host the contest.

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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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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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Russia Will Not Take Part in Eurovision 2022

The EBU issued a statement regarding the participation of Russia at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Russia will not take part in this year’s contest.

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🇮🇹 Laura Pausini, Alessandro Cattelan and Mika to Host Eurovision 2022

Italian broadcaster RAI revealed the hosting team for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest during their national song festival, Sanremo. Laura Pausini, Alessandro Cattelan and Mika will host the contest.

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41 Nations to Compete at Eurovision 2022

The European Broadcasting Union has released the list of nations to compete at Eurovision 2022. The line-up sees Montenegro and Armenia return to the contest.

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Torino to Host Eurovision 2022: Grand Final on 14th May

The EBU and Italian broadcaster RAI have just announced that Eurovision 2022 will be held in Torino. The semi-finals will take place on May 10 and 12, while the final will be on May 14.

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Pre-Recorded Backing Vocals to be Allowed at Eurovision 2022

The official Eurovision rules state that pre-recorded backing vocals will be allowed for Eurovision 2022. This follows a trial during Eurovision 2021.

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