Eurovision Song Contest

WATCH LIVE: Eurovision Song Contest 2023

Songs that could win Eurovision and the novelty acts to look out for

[Sky News] Watched by millions around the world, the Eurovision Song Contest is musical Marmite – love it or loath it – even its fiercest critic can’t call it dull. This year of course is something special – for the first time two countries (Ukraine and the UK) will jointly host the event which has descended on Liverpool’s waterfront in all its multi-coloured glory.


What time is Eurovision Song Contest on tonight – and what time does the UK perform?

[Mirror] Eurovision, coming live from Liverpool, north west England, will kick off at 8pm on BBC One. Graham Norton, Hannah Waddingham, Alesha Dixon and Julia Sanina are set to present the 67th annual song competition, whilst Rylan Clark and Scott Mills are also involved in the presenting for the UK.


Eurovision: What do the Finnish lyrics to Käärijä’s Eurovision 2023 entry ‘Cha Cha Cha’ mean?

[Independent] Finnish rapper, singer, songwriter Käärijä is among the frontrunners to take home the 2023 Eurovision trophy this year. Sporting a fashion-forward bowl cut, the experimental artist is one of 26 musical acts descending upon Liverpool on Saturday (13 May) for the song contest’s grand final.