Music lovers from all around the world are returning to England for the Eurovision Song Competition as soon as the United Kingdom recovers from the high of a coronation. The yearly songwriting competition showcases musicians and performers from all over the world as they perform an original song to represent their nation on a global platform.
Liverpool will host the Eurovision song contest this year. The event is typically hosted by the previous year’s winner’s nation, but because Ukraine won the competition the previous year due to the Russian invasion, the show was moved.
Julia Sanina, a singer from Ukraine, Graham Norton, a talk show host from Ireland, Hannah Waddingham, an actress from England, and Alesha Dixon, a singer from England, will serve as hosts. Despite the absence of a delegation from the United States, Americans can still join in on the yearly celebration and see for themselves what all the fuss is about.
“Eurovision is amazing because it showcases the diversity in sound not only from the countries showcasing but also the diversity in what countries enjoy,” matchmaker and longtime Eurovision fan Maria Avgitidis tell TODAY.com. Avgitidis will be hosting a final watch party in New York.
“It’s truly the foundation of inclusivity — the message of Eurovision has always been unity and acceptance.” Here’s how to tune in.
How Can I Watch Eurovision In The U.S.?
Peacock and Eurovision’s official YouTube channels will both provide live coverage of the semifinals and the grand final in certain countries and territories. Johnny Weir, a star of the ice skating competition at the Olympic Games, will serve as the host of the streamer’s telecast and provide commentary and analysis of the major event.
Alids Antonia tweeted that I have to figure out how to watch this in the USA. You can see below:
I have to figure out how to watch this in the USA.
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— Alida Antonia (@ArtByAlida) May 10, 2023
Eurovision Semifinals 2023?
- Semi-final One: Tuesday, May 9 at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT, which sees Norway, Malta, Serbia, Latvia, Portugal, Ireland, Croatia, Switzerland, Israel, Moldova, Sweden, Azerbaijan, Czechia, Netherlands, and Finland compete.
- Semi-final Two: Thursday, May 11 at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT, which sees Armenia, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Iceland, Romania, Albania, Australia, Austria, Georgia, Lithuania, Poland, San Marino, Slovenia.
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When Are The Eurovision Finals?
The championship match will take place on Saturday, May 13, again beginning at 3 p.m. Eastern Time (ET) and noon Pacific Time (PT). It will begin with a performance by the champions from the previous year, Kalush Orchestra, followed by a flag procession for the 26 countries competing in the grand final.
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