…By Larry John for TDPel Media.
The highly anticipated Eurovision Song Contest grand final is finally here, taking place in Liverpool on Saturday, May 13.
After two thrilling semi-finals earlier in the week, the grand final will showcase the talents of 26 competing acts.
Broadcasting on the BBC, viewers can enjoy the event from the comfort of their own homes, cheering on their favorite performers.
The Hosts and Presenters:
This year, the competition will be hosted by the talented trio of Hannah Waddingham, Alesha Dixon, and Julia Sanina, who were also the presenters for the semi-finals.
Graham Norton will have dual roles as presenter and commentator on the big night, with Mel Giedroyc providing additional commentary.
The UK Entry and Performance Schedule:
Mae Muller represents the United Kingdom in this year’s Eurovision with her song “I Wrote A Song.”
While Austria will open the competition, Muller’s performance is scheduled last in the running order, building anticipation for viewers eagerly awaiting her appearance on stage.
Duration of the Event:
Eurovision 2023 will commence at 8pm on Saturday, May 13, airing on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
The broadcast will be available live on multiple platforms, including BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds.
The event will run for approximately four hours, with the winner being announced at midnight.
The Eurovision Song Contest grand final is set to captivate audiences with a diverse lineup of performances from across Europe.
Viewers can immerse themselves in the excitement of the event by tuning in to the live broadcast, which promises memorable moments and thrilling musical acts.
The anticipation surrounding the announcement of the winner adds an extra layer of suspense to this highly anticipated competition.