How To Watch The Eurovision 2023 Grand Final

12 May 2023, 15:14

How to watch the 2023 Eurovision
How to watch the 2023 Eurovision. Picture: Getty
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The Eurovision Song Contest is here, but how can you watch it? Here are all the details...

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The Eurovision Grand Final is finally here!

Eurovision is one of the biggest music events of the year, and this year it's being held in Liverpool, so of course you don't want to miss it!

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Here's how to tune into Eurovision this year
Here's how to tune into Eurovision this year. Picture: Getty

How to watch the Eurovision Grand Final?

Eurovision's 2023 Grand Final will be broadcast on Saturday, May 13 from 8 PM (BST)!

You can tune into the exciting musical event on BBC One as well as on BBC iPlayer, the show will run for four hours and will finish at midnight.

If you miss the final – or just want to relive it all over again – the Eurovision Song Contest's YouTube will also share highlights on their channel after the show is over.

Where is Eurovision 2023 being held?

The Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 is taking place in Liverpool at the M&S Bank Arena!

The event is being held in the UK on behalf of Ukraine who were the winners of last year's competition; the folk-rap band Kalush Orchestra won with the song 'Stefania'.

Eurovision's semi-finals finished on Thursday
Eurovision's semi-finals finished on Thursday. Picture: Getty

Who is in the Eurovision 2023 final?

The two semi-final events were held on Tuesday, May 9 and Thursday, May 11; the first set of acts to make it to the final were: Croatia, Czechia, Finland, Israel, Moldova, Norway, Portugal, Serbia, Switzerland and Sweden.

The second lot of entrants to get through were: Albania, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland and Slovenia.

Of course, the big five – France, Spain, UK, Italy and Germany – are always automatically performing in the final, this is because they're the biggest financial contributors to the Europen Broadcasting Union; the EBU owns and operates Eurovision.

And of course, Mae Muller is representing the United Kingdom in the final this year!

The Eurovision 2023 Grand Final running order

  1. Austria: Teya & Salena - 'Who The Hell Is Edgar?'
  2. Portugal: Mimicat - 'Ai Coração'
  3. Switzerland: Remo Forrer - 'Watergun'
  4. Poland: Blanka - 'Solo'
  5. Serbia: Luke Black - 'Samo Mi Se Spava'
  6. France: La Zarra - 'Évidemment'
  7. Cyprus: Andrew Lambrou - 'Break A Broken Heart'
  8. Spain: Blanca Paloma - 'Eaea'
  9. Sweden: Loreen - 'Tattoo'
  10. Albania: Albina & Familja Kelmendi - 'Duje'
  11. Italy: Marco Mengoni - 'Due Vite'
  12. Estonia: Alika - 'Bridges'
  13. Finland: Käärijä - 'Cha Cha Cha'
  14. Czechia: Vesna - 'My Sister's Crown'
  15. Australia: Voyager - 'Promise'
  16. Belgium: Gustaph - 'Because Of You'
  17. Armenia: Brunette - 'Future Lover'
  18. Moldova: Pasha Parfeni - Soarele şi Luna'
  19. Ukraine: TVORCHI - 'Heart of Steel'
  20. Norway: Alessandra - 'Queen of Kings'
  21. Germany: Lord of the Lost - 'Blood & Glitter'
  22. Lithuania: Monika Linkytė - 'Stay'
  23. Israel: Noa Kirel - 'Unicorn'
  24. Slovenia: Joker Out - 'Carpe Diem'
  25. Croatia: Let 3 - 'Mama ŠČ!'
  26. United Kingdom: Mae Muller - 'I Wrote A Song'

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