Ukraine: Watch the official music video of “Nezlamna” for Junior Eurovision 2022!

One of the first countries to select their song for Junior Eurovision 2022 was Ukraine, choosing Zlata Dziunka with the song “Nezlamna” (Unbreakable) through a national final.

Ukraine was one of the first countries to reveal their song for Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022, which is going to take place in December 11, in Yerevan, Armenia.

After their national final took place, Zlata Dziunka was selected to represent Ukraine in Junior Eurovision 2022 with the song “Nezlamna” (Unbreakable), a song in Ukrainian and English language.

A while ago, the country’s public broadcaster, UA:PBC, published the official music video of their song, with the new version of the song through the official YouTube channel of Junior Eurovision.

Watch the music video of “Nezlamna” by Zlata Dziunka for Junior Eurovision 2022:

What do you think about Poland’s song in this year’s Junior Song Contest? Write us in the comments below!

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022, in Armenia!

2010-2022: How Different would be the results of the Semi-Finals with only the Public Vote?

A news that shook the waters of the competition took place earlier today. The EBU has announced changes to the voting process for the Eurovision Song Contest.

One of the most important changes are that now only the public will choose the finalists in the two semi-finals, while now global viewers from all around the world that do not participate in the competition will also be able to vote!

You can see all the changes HERE.

The most important question is, What would be the changes to the competition voting in the Semi-Finals if only the public chose the 10 finalists?

We will answer this question through this tribute, seeing which countries would have qualified for the final from 2010 to 2022, if only the public vote counted, and which would have ultimately failed to qualify due to the favour of the juries.

Changes in the Results (2010-2022)

2010

In 2010, the system of 50% juries and 50% public vote, was applied for the first time in the Semi-Finals. There we find the first differences.

In the first Semi-Final we would have the qualification of Finland who finished sixth in the TV audience, against Bosnia and Herzegovina who finished eleventh and were favored by the jury’s fifth place.

In the second Semi-Final, we would have the qualification of Lithuania and Sweden, against Israel and Ireland. In addition, the winner of the Semi-Final would be Azerbaijan and not Turkey.

Which means Sweden would have any disqualification  in their history at the competition.

2011

In the first Semi-Final, we would have the qualification of Armenia, Norway and Turkey, against Switzerland, Lithuania and Serbia. In fact, Lithuania was first by the juries and eleventh in the audience.

That means Turkey would have no elimination in their history in the competition.

In the second Semi-Final, we would only have the qualification of Belarus, against the fan favorite that year, Estonia.

2012

Another year with huge changes in the results of the semi finals. In the first Semi-Final we would have Switzerland qualifying instead of Hungary.

In the second Semi-Final we would have the qualification of Bulgaria and the Netherlands, instead of Malta and Ukraine. Also, Norway was last by the juries and was saved by the public.

With these results, Ukraine would have lost the record as the only country with a non stop qualification!

2013

Moving forward in 2013.

In the first Semi-Final, Croatia and Montenegro would have qualified against Estonia and Moldova. In fact, Moldova was third in the committees, while Montenegro was fourth in the audience.

In the second Semi-Final, Bulgaria and Switzerland would have qualified instead of Armenia and Georgia. While Romania would have been the winner of the semi final, instead of Azerbaijan.

2014

This year we can see two big changes. In the first Semi-Final we would have the qualification of Portugal instead of Azerbaijan, while in the second semi the qualification of Ireland, instead of Malta. In fact, Malta was third in the jury and twelfth in the audience.

2015

In the first Semi-Final we would have the qualification of Finland, instead of Hungary, while in the second the Czech Republic instead of Azerbaijan.

2016

Moving on to next year, because in the first Semi-Final we would have seen the qualification of Bosnia-Herzegovina, instead of the Czech Republic and in the second Semi-Final we would have the qualification of North Macedonia and Belarus, instead of Georgia and Israel.

Τhe winner of the second semi final would have been Ukraine with Janala, instead of Australia.

2017

In the first Semi-Final we would have the qualification of Finland instead of Australia, while in the second the qualification of Switzerland and Estonia, instead of Austria and Denmark. In fact, Australia was fifteenth in the audience and second in the juries.

2018

Let’s go to 2018 and see that in the first Semi-Final, we would have the qualification of Greece and Gianna Terzi, instead of Eugent Bushpepa, from Albania. Also, the winner would be Eleni Foureira and not Netta.

In the second Semi-Final, we would have Poland qualifying instead of the Netherlands, while the winner of the Semi-Final would be Denmark and not Norway. In fact, Denmark was twelfth in the juries.

2019

We can see some variations existing also in 2019.

Poland would once again go through to the final instead of Belarus, while the winner of the first Semi-Final would be Iceland rather than Australia.

In the second Semi-Final, Lithuania would have qualified  instead of Denmark, while the winner of the Semi-Final would have been Norway and not the Netherlands.

2021

Eurovision Song Contest came back after one year and in the first Semi-Final, we would have the qualification of Croatia with Albina, against Hooverphonic from Belgium. Finally, the winner of the Semi-Final would be Ukraine and not Malta.

In the second Semi-Final we would have the qualification of Denmark and Fyr og Flamme, against Angela Peristeri from Albania, while the winner of the Semi-Final was Finland, instead of Switzerland.

2022

Last but not least we have this year edition of the contest. In the first Semi-Final, we would have seen the qualification of Ronela from Albania and not Marius Bear from Switzerland.

Finally, in the second Semi-Final, we would have the qualification of Andromachi (last in the committees), against Nadir Rustamli, who had zero points in the televoting.

Conclusions

Which ones are favored by the new changes?

Based on the above, we notice that the removal of the juries from the Semi-Finals, can change a lot in the Semi-Final score, with obvious results in the Final as well.

The countries that we would say are favored by this change are Lithuania and Poland, countries with a large dispersion across Europe. Also, this change could make it easier for Turkey to return to the Competition.

The Balkan countries Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, as well as Armenia, which has a strong diaspora, also benefit from the changes.

What are the implications?

Jury favourites, Azerbaijan, Australia and Malta seem to be finding the changes difficult in the competition as their qualification in recent years has been largely down to the juries.

Ranking changes

Changes are also observed in the ranking. In particular, audiences seem to prefer funny  presentations and ethnic and dance songs instead of ballads or vocally challenged entries in general that usually are more appreciated by the juries.

General Conclusion

With all the above, we can say that in 2023 the TV viewers seems to have the main responsibility with the results of the contest. Although, on the Grand Final we see the casual jurors deciding half of the results, things will changes dramatically since from this year the goal for a lot of countries will be to first reach the final by having a song that the public will support. This also means that EBU seems to want to attract more and more of the public attention, but what would happen if a lot of good entries stay out of the final and more and more “funny” songs qualify but the juries still ignore on their final voting?

What a country will have to do to win both is find the entry that can surprise both the viewers and the jurors on the final night.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all developments regarding the 67th Eurovision Song Contest.

 

 

 

 

Eurovision 2023: Voting changes announced for the upcoming contest!

Today started with a bit of surprise news, with the EBU suddenly announcing a change to the voting system for the upcoming 67th Eurovision Song Contest which will take place in May in Liverpool. This is the first change in the voting method since 13 years and in 2009, when 50/50 voting by the public and the judging panels was introduced.

According to the EBU announcement, the three big changes to the Eurovision 2023 voting system are as follows:

  • Viewer votes will decide countries qualifying from Semi-Finals 
  • Viewers in non-participating countries will be able to vote online
  • Jury votes will be combined with votes from the global audience to decide final result

This means that next year, the countries that qualify from the Semi-Finals will be decided solely based on the votes cast by the viewers, rather than a combination of a jury and public vote as has been the case since 2009.

The professional music industry juries will remain for the Grand Final, but complete control of who gets there from the Semi-Finals has been handed over to the viewing public.

And, for the first time ever, viewers from non-participating countries will be able to vote for their favourite songs too. Those watching in the rest of the world will be able to vote via a secure online platform using a credit card from their country, and their votes, once added together, will be converted into points that will have the same weight as one participating country in both of the Semi-Finals and the Grand Final.

Regarding the changes to the voting method, the Contest’s Executive Producer, Martin Österdahl, said:

Throughout its 67-year history the Eurovision Song Contest has constantly evolved to remain relevant and exciting. These changes acknowledge the immense popularity of the show by giving more power to the audience of the world’s largest live music event.

In 2023 only Eurovision Song Contest viewers will decide which countries make it to the Grand Final and, reflecting the global impact of the event, everyone watching the show, wherever they live in the world, can cast their votes for their favourite songs.

By also involving juries of music professionals in deciding the final result, all the songs in the Grand Final can be assessed on the broadest possible criteria. We can also maintain the tradition of travelling around Europe and Australia to collect points and ensure a thrilling voting sequence with the winner only revealed at the very end of the show.

It is worth mentioning that the introduction of the Rest of World vote means that the correlation of the 50/50 voting for the final changes, which leans more towards the public. The general public will have slightly more impact on the final result – approximately 50.6%. In the coming months, the EBU is expected to publish in detail the countries that will have the right to vote in the Rest of the World category.

These changes are happening in order to keep the event relevant and exciting. Additionally, following the unprecedented nature of the voting irregularities seen at the 2022 Contest a working group of EBU Members was established to look at ways to protect the integrity of the event. Their recommendations are being implemented after approval by the Reference Group, the Contest’s governing board and the Executive Board of the EBU.

Source: Eurovision.tv

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all developments regarding the 67th Eurovision Song Contest.

Ukraine: When will the 10 nominees for Vidbir 2023 be announced?

  The final of Vidbir 2023 is to take place on 17 December 2022 in Kiev at Maidan Nezalezhnosti metro station. The winner of the national final will represent Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool. The selection will be made by a combination of public and jury vote. The jury, chosen by the public through a vote, will consist of Taras Topola, Jamala (Eurovision 2016 winner) and Yulia Sanina.

  As we revealed on our site, a few days ago the ten artists who will take part in the national final in Ukraine were announced. In detail, the artists who will compete to represent Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 are:

  • 2TONE – «Квітка (Flower)»
  • Angelina – «Stronger»
  • DEMCHUK – «Alive»
  • FIINKA – «Довбуш (Dovbush)»
  • Jerry Heil – «WHEN GOD SHUT THE DOOR»
  • KRUTЬ – «Колискова (Lullaby)»
  • Moisei – «I’m Not Alone»
  • OY Sound System – «Ой, тужу (Oh, I miss you)»
  • Tember Blanche – «Я вдома (I’m home)»
  • TVORCHI – «Heart Of Steel»

When will we hear the ten nominated songs of Vidbir 2023?

  In the last few hours the official channel of Eurovision Ukraine on Youtube made a revealing announcement. On Thursday 1 December we will have the pleasure to listen to the ten nominated songs of the competition, through their official Youtube channel.

“On 1st of December, wait for the songs here-on the Eurovision Ukraine channel”

 

  Will it be a year of good and unique songs as Ukraine has been used to in recent years?

 

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun to learn all the news for your favourite contest !

Source: Євробачення Україна | Eurovision Ukraine official

Ukraine: These are the 10 participants of Vidbir 2023!

Exactly one month before Ukraine’s national final, the country’s broadcaster, UA:PBC made the official announcement about the ten artists out of the 36 that made it to Vidbir 2023.

The list of the participants is as follows:

  • 2TONE – “Kvitka” (Flower)
  • Angelina – “Stronger”
  • DEMCHUK – “Alive”
  • FIINKA – “Dovbush”
  • Jerry Heil – “WHEN GOD SHUT THE DOOR”
  • KRUTЬ – “Kolyskova” (Lullaby)
  • Moisei – “I’m Not Alone”
  • OY Sound System – “Oy, tuzhu” (Oh, I miss you)
  • Tember Blanche – “Ya Vdoma” (I’m home)
  • TVORCHI – “Heart Of Steel”

There are also artists that have previously taken part in Vidbir, such as Jerry Heil with “Vegan“, KRUTЬ with “99” and TVORCHI with “Bonfire“!

Vidbir 2023

The final of Vidbir 2023 will take place on 17 December 2022 in Kiev at Maidan Nezalezhnosti metro station. The winner of the national final will represent Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool. The winner will be selected by the combination of public’s and jury’s vote. The jury, chosen by the public through a vote, will consist of Taras Topola, Jamala (Eurovision 2016 winner) and Yulia Sanina.

Ukraine managed to win last year’s contest with Kalush Orchestra and “Stefania” with a record number of votes from the televoting!

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding Vidbir and Ukraine’s participation in Eurovision Song Contest 2023!

Ukraine: The judges for Vidbir 2023 have been selected!

This morning, the voting process which aimed to select the three members of the jury for Vidbir 2023, the country’s national final for Eurovision 2023, has ended.

The voting was conducted via the Diya app and the Ukrainian audience had the option to choose from 9 potential judges who were: Jamala, Mykhailo Khoma, Zlata Ognevich, Kateryna Pavlenko, Yulia Sanina, Kostyantyn Tomilchenko, Tara Topolya and Valery Kharchyshyn. In total, more than 500 thousand users took part in the voting procedure.

The following artists received the most votes and therefore secured a jury spot:

  • Taras Topola – Rock and pop singer, frontman of the band “Antytila”. Volunteer of the 130th battalion of the Territorial Defence Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Co-founder of the ‘ANTYTILA’ charity fund.
  • Jamala – Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 as well as the “Outstanding Artist Leadership Award” from the Atlantic Council of the United States in 2022.
  • Yulia Sanina – The main singer of the rock band “The Hardkiss”. She came in second place at Vidbir 2016. She was a judge and mentor of the talent show “X-Factor” and participated in the TV show “Dancing with the Stars”.

The overall results of the poll are as follows:

  1. Taras Topola – 17,41%
  2. Jamala – 15,71%
  3. Yulia Sanina – 15,70%
  4. Tina Karol – 15,67%
  5. Mykhailo Khoma – 12,60%
  6. Kateryna Pavlenko – 9,20%
  7. Zlata Ognevich – 6,09%
  8. Valery Kharchyshyn – 5,77%
  9. Kostyantyn Tomilchenko – 1,85%

Vidbir 2023

The final of Vidbir 2023 will take place on 17 December 2022 in Kiev at Maidan Nezalezhnosti metro station. The winner of the national final will represent Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool. The selection will be made by a combination of public and jury vote.

The 36 artists, of which the 10-12 finalists of Vidbir 2023 will be selected later, are:

  • 2TONE
  • Angelina
  • DAYTON
  • DEMCHUK
  • Drevo
  • Elysees
  • FIINKA
  • Havkа
  • Jerry Heil
  • Iana Kovaleva
  • Kozak Siromaha
  • KRUTЬ 
  • Lue Bason
  • Moisei
  • Olivan
  • OOHLA
  • Oy Sound System
  • SASHA
  • Seréen
  • sexnesc
  • Shy
  • SKYLERR
  • SOWA
  • Tember Blanche
  • Tery
  • TVORCHI
  • Victoria Niro
  • Vynohradova
  • Zetetics
  • Лилу45 (Lilu45)
  • Макс Пташник (Max Ptashnik)
  • Мія Рамарі (Mia Ramari)
  • Роялькіт (Royalkit)
  • Саша Фадєєва (Sasha Fadeeva)
  • ТÓНКА (Tonka)
  • Циферблат (Chiferblat)

They may not have managed to beat Alina Pash at Vidbir 2022 but Kalush Orchestra with “Stefania” represented Ukraine and were the winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding Ukraine’s participation in Eurovision 2023!

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Eurovision Village and potential dates confirmed

The exact location of the Eurovision Village for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 has been revealed.

The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will take place in Liverpool with the main events taking place at the Liverpool arena.  However, Eurovision related events for fans planning to visit the United Kingdom next year are not limited to the shows and rehearsals.  On the opposite, attending Eurovision Village has become part of the charm of attending the Eurovision Song Contest.

Open for the public, the Eurovision Village is the official fan zone of the Eurovision Song Contest.  The access is free of charge and it offers fans the opportunity to see their favourite acts perform live ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest.

During the live shows, fans have the option to watch the shows on big screens at the Eurovision Village.

Eurovision Village 2023: Dates and location

According to a tender document for security related to the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, Pier Head will be the location for the village.  At the same time,  Eurovision Village 2023 will offer “stages, live music, concessions and much more”.

The Eurovision Village is scheduled to be open from May 5 to 13.  However, the same document stresses that the dates mentioned are still provisional.  The final dates can move one or two dates accordingly.

Pier Head is a riverside location in the city centre of Liverpool, England. Pier Head has many famous attractions and landmarks to visit.  For instance, The Beatles Statue erected in 2015, the famous Mersey Ferry that docks in front of the Mersey Ferries Building and The Three Graces.

The Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Liverpool, UK on behalf of Ukraine after the victory of Kalush Orchestra.

Are you excited about Eurovision 2023?  Are you planning to attend the Eurovision Village?

Ukraine: Voting for Vidbir 2023 jury members started!

Earlier today, the Ukrainian public begun voting in order to determine the three jury members for Vidbir 2023, the country’s national final for Eurovision 2023.

UA:PBC, the public broadcaster of Ukraine, started the voting process a few hours ago, in order for the public to decide the jurors they want to see voting in the national final. Nine music professionals have been shortlisted , from which three artists have also represented Ukraine in the contest.

The nine possible jurors are:

  • Jamala – Winner of Eurovision 2016
  • DZIDZIO (Mykhailo Khoma) – Singer and Composer
  • Zlata Ognevich – Representative of Ukraine in Eurovision 2013
  • Kateryna Pavlenko (Member of GO_A) – Representative of Ukraine in Eurovision 2020 και 2021
  • Yulia Sanina – Lead singer of  THE HARDKISS
  • Kostyantyn Tomilchenko – Creative Producer of The Masked Singer,  X-Factor and Ukraine’s Got Talent
  • Tara Topolya – Head of the Antitila band
  • Valery Kharchyshyn – Head of Druha Rika

The voting is taking place through the Diya app and will be open until November 7 at 10:00 Ukrainian time. The three jurors that will get the most amount of points will be invted in the jury of the Ukrainian selection.

Vidbir 2023

The final of Vibdir 2023 is set to take place on the 17th of December 2022 in Kyiv at the Maidan Nezalezhnosti metro station. The winner of the final will represent Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in the United Kingdom. The voting system will once again be a combination of public voting and a jury.

These are the 36 shortlisted artists, from which the 10-12 will advance to compete in the national final:

  1. 2TONE
  2. Angelina
  3. DAYTON
  4. DEMCHUK
  5. Drevo
  6. Elysees
  7. FIINKA
  8. Havkа
  9. Jerry Heil
  10. Iana Kovaleva
  11. Kozak Siromaha
  12. KRUTЬ 
  13. Lue Bason
  14. Moisei
  15. Olivan
  16. OOHLA
  17. Oy Sound System
  18. SASHA
  19. Seréen
  20. sexnesc
  21. Shy
  22. SKYLERR
  23. SOWA
  24. Tember Blanche
  25. Tery
  26. TVORCHI
  27. Victoria Niro
  28. Vynohradova
  29. Zetetics
  30. Лилу45 (Lilu45)
  31. Макс Пташник (Max Ptashnik)
  32. Мія Рамарі (Mia Ramari)
  33. Роялькіт (Royalkit)
  34. Саша Фадєєва (Sasha Fadeeva)
  35. ТÓНКА (Tonka)
  36. Циферблат (Chiferblat)

Despite coming second in Vidbir and Ukraine’s reprentatives, Kalush Orchestra were also the winners of Eurovision Song Contest 2022 with their song “Stefania”:

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Ukrainian participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, in Liverpool!

Source: suspilne.media

Ukraine: The 36 candidates to take part in Vidbir!

Earlier today, the Ukrainian public broadcaster, UA:PBC, published a list of the 36 candidates that continue on the selection process to take part in Vidbir, Ukraine’s national final for Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool.

The list contains the following names:

  1. 2TONE
  2. Angelina
  3. DAYTON
  4. DEMCHUK
  5. Drevo
  6. Elysees
  7. FIINKA
  8. Havkа
  9. Jerry Heil
  10. Iana Kovaleva
  11. Kozak Siromaha
  12. KRUTЬ 
  13. Lue Bason
  14. Moisei
  15. Olivan
  16. OOHLA
  17. Oy Sound System
  18. SASHA
  19. Seréen
  20. sexnesc
  21. Shy
  22. SKYLERR
  23. SOWA
  24. Tember Blanche
  25. Tery
  26. TVORCHI
  27. Victoria Niro
  28. Vynohradova
  29. Zetetics
  30. Лилу45 (Lilu45)
  31. Макс Пташник (Max Ptashnik)
  32. Мія Рамарі (Mia Ramari)
  33. Роялькіт (Royalkit)
  34. Саша Фадєєва (Sasha Fadeeva)
  35. ТÓНКА (Tonka)
  36. Циферблат (Chiferblat)

This list does not contain the final names that are going to compete in Vidbir, as the auditions of the songs will go on, with the names of the final participants being announced until November 17.

Pianoboy (Dmitro Shurov), the official music producer of Vidbir, said:

“I am personally interested in ensuring that Ukrainian music does not freeze and develops in all directions, so that we have our heroes in all possible musical niches and styles. In my opinion, now, during the war, and with complete uncertainty in the lives of musicians, this selection takes on a special significance: we not only choose those worthy to represent Ukraine at the competition, but also have the opportunity to hear a wide range of Ukrainian music that is being created here and now, no matter what.”

The final of Vidbir will take place live from Kyiv  on December 17.

Many Ukrainian artists were interested in competing in the national final, with the broadcaster receiving nearly 400 song from 299 participants. All hope to continue Ukraine’s success in the contest after Kalush Orchestra’s win, with their song “Stefania”.

Despite coming second in Vidbir and Ukraine’s repreentatives, Kalush Orchestra were also the winners of Eurovision Song Contest 2022 with their song “Stefania”:

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Ukrainian participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, in Liverpool!

Source: eurovision.tv

Eurovision 2023: 37 countries will join the 67th contest in Liverpool!

Just moments ago, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) announced the countries that will take part in the 67th Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool37 countries will be present in the contest, with three countries withdrawing, in contrast with the 40 countries last year in Turin.

These countries  withdrawing are Bulgaria, Montenegro and North Macedonia, which after their participation in Eurovision 2022, all three of them withdraw for financial reasons.

Martin Österdahl, Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest, shared his thoughts on the line-up:

“We’re looking forward to welcoming artists from all 37 countries to Liverpool, the city of pop, next May. Next year’s competition promises to be an extra special one and we’re working hard with the BBC right now to ensure that hundreds of millions of viewers will enjoy the best Eurovision Song Contest yet, with Ukraine at the heart of the event.”

In detail, the countries that are going to take part are:

  • 🇦🇱 Albania – RTSH
  • 🇦🇺 Australia– SBS
  • 🇦🇲 Armenia– AMPTV
  • 🇦🇹 Austria – ORF
  • 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan – Ictimai TV
  • 🇧🇪 Belgium – RTBF
  • 🇭🇷 Croatia – HRT
  • 🇨🇾 Cyprus – CyBC
  • 🇨🇿 Czech Republic – CT
  • 🇩🇰 Denmark – DR
  • 🇪🇪 Estonia – ERR
  • 🇫🇮 Finland  – YLE
  • 🇫🇷 France – FT
  • 🇬🇪 Georgia – GPB
  • 🇩🇪 Germany – ARD/NDR
  • 🇬🇷 Greece – ΕΡΤ
  • 🇮🇸 Iceland – RUV
  • 🇮🇪 Ireland– RTE
  • 🇮🇱 Israel – IPBC/Kan
  • 🇮🇹 Italy– RAI
  • 🇱🇻 Latvia – LTV
  • 🇱🇹 Lithuania – LRT
  • 🇲🇹 Malta – PBS
  • 🇲🇩 Moldova – TRM
  • 🇳🇱 Netherlands – AVROTROS
  • 🇳🇴 Norway – NRK
  • 🇵🇱 Poland – TVP
  • 🇵🇹 Portugal – RTP
  • 🇷🇴 Romania – TVR
  • 🇸🇲 San Marino – RTV
  • 🇷🇸 Serbia – RTS
  • 🇸🇮 Slovenia ​​- RTVSLO
  • 🇪🇸 Spain  – TVE
  • 🇸🇪 Sweden – SVT
  • 🇨🇭 Switzerland – SRG / SSR
  • 🇺🇦 Ukraine – UA: PBC
  • 🇬🇧 United Kingdom – BBC

Martin Green, BBC’s Managing Director of the Eurovision Song Contest added:

“We are incredibly proud to be hosting the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine and welcoming delegations from 37 countries to Liverpool next year. The BBC is committed to making the event a true reflection of Ukrainian culture and showcasing British creativity to a global audience.”

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, in Liverpool!