🇬🇧 United Kingdom Return to Junior Eurovision

The BBC confirmed that the United Kingdom will return to Junior Eurovision this year,. The nation last participated back in 2005. CBBC, BBC One and BBC iPlayer will broadcast the show.

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🇬🇧 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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🇬🇧 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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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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Musician Reviews Eurovision 2022 Entries

We as fans often have our own bias when it comes to Eurovision songs, but how will they fare when reviewed by an impartial musician? We selected 11 of this year’s entries – a mix of bookies favourites, and songs we thought were the most musically interesting. Reviewing the entries is Jon, a guitarist from…

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🇬🇧 Sam Ryder rockets to Eurovision with ‘Space Man’

Social Media sensation Sam Ryder will represent the United Kingdom at Eurovision this year with the song ‘Space Man’.

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BBC to Collaborate with TaP Music for Eurovision 2022

The BBC has now confirmed that they will collaborate with TaP music for Eurovision 2022. This comes after the collaboration with BMG, which unfortunately did not produce the results the UK were hoping to achieve.

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Think About Things (Results Edition) – United Kingdom

It’s the time of year when the Post-Eurovision depression is in full swing, but there’s no better cure than to reminisce! Together with ESCDaily Editor, Dennis Van Eersel, we will be discussing each of this year’s competing nations – from their results to how we think they could improve in the future!

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EuroRevision: A Results Table to Remember (1969)

Eurovision 1969 was the 14th edition of the contest, and for the first time, the contest was hosted in Spain. The contest took place on the 29th of March, and was held at the Teatro Real in Madrid. The host of the show was Laurita Valenzuela. A total of 16 nations competed at this edition…

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